These are videos of April from 2015 - 2008.  If you would like to use any of these, permission shall be needed from the appropriate rights holders.

For the eighth year, the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility ( celebrated the day by hosting an event on Capitol Hill for Congressional staff and kids, as kids from Imagine Hope Charter School, DC Scores, and Girls Inc. joined in on the fun too. (2015)

USA Paralympics track and field athlete April Holmes make some new friends at one of her Classroom Champions schools while creating this video lesson about friendship. They share their definitions of friendship. April then challenges her classes to use a special speaking stick to spend time together doing a class building exercise she calls a "Dream Relay." (2015)

2015 NCAA Inspiration Award winner April Holmes, a graduate of Norfolk State University where she competed in track and field, lost her leg in a train accident and now competes in the Paralympics. (Nov 2014)

From her home track in Florida, USA Paralympic sprinter April Holmes talks about how setting goals has been important to her even during hard times in her life, and kept her focused. She counsels her students that to achieve their goals, they must identify what work is needed, put in the practice time. (2014)

Paralympic Gold and Bronze Medalist Track and Field athlete, April Holmes welcomes her Classroom Champions students back to school. This is her first year with Classroom Champions. (2014)

After April Holmes lost her left leg in a train accident, she feared that she would lose her home and her dreams for the future. But thanks to disability insurance as well as accidental death and dismemberment coverage provided by her employer, April had the financial stability to continue pursuing her dreams. Soon after learning how to walk again, April began running. (2013)

On Sept. 2, April Holmes of the United States ran a season's best to claim the bronze medal in the women's 100m (T44) event of the London 2012 Paralympic Games. Holmes won the event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. The Paralympic Games, Aug. 29-Sept.

Sept. 9 - U.S. track & field athlete April Holmes talks about her injury and going on to competing in her third Paralympic Games in London.

With the Paralympics to follow in a couple of weeks, our hosts introduce our final Team 24 athlete in competition, the superfast April Holmes. April shares thoughts on her training, motivation and a few workout tips. (2012)

For More Check Out - Interview with April Holmes - US Paralympic Track & Field Team Women's Track & Field. Answers questions about her decision to become a Paralympian.

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European champion Katrin Green was favored in this competition held on May 27th at the BT Paralympic World Cup. April raced against Green, Maya Nakainshi, and Juan Wong. Video coverage courtesy Channel 4 London.

April Holmes went from an all-star high school and college athlete to a promising Paralympian. Best known for her deep faith and resilience, April is active in her church and uses her faith and experiences to uplift those who, like her, have acquired their disability through tragedy. (2011)

Here is a video for April Holmes. the worlds fastest Paralympian. 100 Meter World Record Holder, 200 Meter World Record Holder, 400 Meter World Record Holder. (2011)

This video is part two of a three part series of the Deloitte Inspiration event held on September 1st, 2010. The event, sponsored by Deloitte, featured Olympians Apolo Anton Ohno (short-track speed skating), Cullen Jones (swimming), and Paralympian April Holmes (track and field).

April Holmes holds sprinting records and is one of the country's premiere athletes. She just so happens to be an amputee who lost her leg in a train accident. Hattie Kauffman reports. CBS (2009)

Shot by RC Adams for NHK HDTV Japan, this is a moving story about an amazing athlete who lost her leg in a train accident and rose to major olympic success. (2008)