So they actually lived it up at the trials. After making his method back to the video games, Woodhall contacted Davis and, he remembered to CBS News, “We celebrated, and I was like, ‘Alright, we got one, one out of two is done.'” Then he captured a flight from Minneapolis to Eugene, Ore.
“Just seeing Tara in her element, just absolutely killing it in every way, was super special,” he stated of being on hand to view her complete. “And then being able to really share that moment together, where Tara made the Olympic team, we already know I’m on the Paralympic team, and it was just like, everything we’ve been through for the last four years has led up to this moment right now. And it was just super emotional.”
For Davis, getting involved another trackside accept, one that was both really comparable and lightyears far from that very first 2017 hug, “was just very, very special.”