“Humankind is extraordinary in its ability to adapt.” That’s what independent documentary, Tin Soldiers, is trying to portray. Tin Soldiers focuses on the struggles and rewards of those partaking in adaptive sports—from veterans and amputees to people who have paralysis and beyond. Adaptive sports isn’t a term many have heard or know, yet it can be life changing for those who engage in it.
Robert Brink, The Hundreds’ former Editor-in-Chief, recently signed on in support of Tin Soldiers. The film revolves around “believing in yourself through adapting. [The filmmakers] have documented people who have begun their journey of healing and finding passion, and their flame can reach out to many others who desperately need it.”
Here at The Hundreds, skating and action sports are ingrained in our culture. As a company and brand, we strive for inclusivity of everyone on all fronts. You can show your support for Tin Soliders through their GoFundMe here and watch Robert Brink’s words of support for Tin Soliders below.