After his collegiate ice hockey career finished with a major accident that still left him quadriplegic, he co-wrote an autobiography titled Eleven Seconds and released The Travis Roy Foundation to invest in medical research also to assist fellow survivors of spinal-cord injuries. After playing in the glaciers hockey groups at North Yarmouth Academy and Tabor Academy, he matriculated at Boston School on an glaciers hockey scholarship or grant. Tragically, he was harmed during his initial game using the university’s men’s group. In the past due 1990s, North Yarmouth Academy called its glaciers hockey area in Roy’s honor. Delivered to Lee and Brenda Roy, he spent his early years in Augusta and Yarmouth, Maine. Roy and Brooke Ellison — a graduate of Harvard School and the main topic of the TV film The Brooke Ellison Tale — both attained great factors despite getting quadriplegic as the consequence of early accidents.