Sam Jolley

Sam Jolley


I stared racing Supercross at a young age and carried on until I was in my prime. I crashed at when I was at highlight of my career. I was 25 years old. Think fast. Gifted you could say


  • What happened? Why are you in a Wheelchair?

    I crashed racing Supercross inside the Delta Center, in Salk Lake City, utah on New Year’s Day 2003. It couldn’t of tired out any better. It was like a perfect Cinderella movie with a not so happy ending. I made it for myself. Last lap, winning the race, I went heard over landing starlight down on my head breaking my neck, lower back, the kip bone that connects to your hip. I head a head injury and my tongues collapsed. I was happy to make it out a live.

  • Why did you get started?

    After my accident I spent two months in an induced coma and a full year in the hospital.

  • What made you want to compete?

    I just wanted to get better. I spent a full year in the hospital. I had to learn how to eat, breath, speak and figure out how to put my life together. All of the things we take for granted everyday. I didn’t have a choice. I just knew I wasn’t going to quit

  • How did you go about doing it?

    I started making good friends with everyone in the gym from all of the time I spent in there. I made friends with all of the bodybuilder and they all helped me along the way. I worked hard. I would leave the gym prime swearing I would never go back and my friends all made it easier to go back. I owe all the credit to them. You guys know who you are

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    People were starting to take noticed and they invited me out to a bodybuilding show. The local news caught wind of my story and made front page of all the papers. The link is in my bio if you’d like to check it out. I made good friends with my coach Justin & Heather Dee’s. Worked with on my diet with some of my friends and sponsor’s

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  • What motivates you?

    When people tell me I can’t do something!! That gives me more motivation than anything. I strive to breaking the status quo or the way people view being in a wheelchair. It’s not a sign of weakness. It’s a sign of strength in every sense of the word. Champion sir

  • What suggestions or tips do you have for others?

    Dieting is number 1. Without a good diet you can’t get anything done

Contest history

• Amateur Contest History

2018 NPC Viking Championships : 1st Place

2018 NPC Utah Cup : 1st Place

2017 NPC Utah Cup : 1st Place

2016 NPC Jay Cutler Classic : 1st Place

2015 NPC Utah Championships : 1st Place

2014 NPC Zogo Sports Championships : 1st Place