Mo Lindberg enjoyed cross country skiing at Bear Valley in January 2011. Courtesy photo
Jasmine Valdez of Woodland, left, and Mo Lindberg prepare for a kayaking trip in October. Courtesy photo
Mo Lindberg also enjoys other active pursuits, such as kayaking from Sausalito to Angel Island. Courtesy photo
Marissa "Mo" Lindberg plays goalball with a women's team named the Aftershock at Sacramento State University. The Davis 11-year-old is the only area child to play the sport for the visually impaired. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
Mo Lindberg talks with Aftershock goalball players. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
"She is so intelligent and so amazing," says Jaye Shupin, a specialist who works with Marissa. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
Goalball was the first sport designed purely for the vision-impaired, although sighted people can play as blacked-out goggles are worn by all. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
As the only child goalball player in the area, Mo Lindberg practices with the reigning national champion men's team, the Earthquake. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo

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