This 6-Year-Old Daredevil’s Sense of Adventure Will Put a Smile on Your Face


Jazzy Golly, 11, is the youngest volunteer at Challenge Alaska, an Anchorage-based adaptive sports program for people with disabilities. Jazzy often helps out 6-year-old Anna Boltz, whose disabilities mean she has to ski sitting down, according to the video below.

In the video below, Jazzy and Anna attempt to ski with a tether between them. Although it’s rough at first, little Anna is all smiles and positivity.

It’s too fun to be scared,” Anna says in the video below. “It almost feels a little bit like I’m flying.”

Go, Anna, go!

Watch the video below to see Jazzy and Anna do some serious shredding:

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