|Achieving Wheelchair Equality|
|AWE is directly involved with many wheelchair sport activities such as Wheelchair Basketball, Tennis, Racing, Hand Cycling, Billiards, Swimming, Water Skiing, Bocia, Field Events, Air Guns, Weight Lifting, Quad Rugby, Hunting, Fishing, and more. Located in South Carolina.|
|North Charleston, USA|
|Achilles Track Club|
|Achilles includes people with all kinds of disabilities, such as visual impairment, stroke, cerebral palsy, paraplegia, arthritis, amputation, multiple sclerosis, cystic fibrosis, cancer, traumatic head injury, and many others. Runners participate with crutches, in wheelchairs, on prostheses, and without aids.
|New York, USA|
|Bay Area Outreach & Recreation Program|
|BORP offers a number of competitive adaptive sports programs for adults and kids. Programs include: Wheelchair basketball, integrated handcycling, swimming, weightlifting, archery, table tennis,track & field. The Adventures & Outings Program (A&O) offers a wide array of outdoor recreation activities, group adventure trips, and urban outings that appeal to a variety of ages, interests and abilities.|
|BlazeSports is a program that offers high quality sports instruction, training, and competition opportunities to children and adults with physical disabilities, including those who use wheelchairs, have a neuro-muscular disability such as cerebral palsy or spina bifida, have an amputation, or have a visusal impairment.
Sports include wheelchair basketball, wheelchair tennis, wheelchair rugby, swimming, and track & field. Other sports may be offered by the individual BlazeSports Clubs. |
|Burke Adams Special Needs Sports Program|
|BASNSP has been providing the opportunity for all children with disabilities in East Greenbush, New York and the surrounding communities to participate in organized sports programs regardless of their need for assistance during play. Programs include baseball, basketball, bowling, football, TOPSoccer, and track and field.|
|New York, USA|
|Chairiots Express Wheelchair Athletes Association|
|Competitive and team wheelchair sports including- Wheelchair basketball, road and track, and tennis.|
|Disability Outreach Foundation|
|The foundation is a service-oriented, community-based organization whose members are individuals with and without disabilities working hand in hand toward the vision of wheelchair basketball and wheelchair racing becoming a high school varsity sport throughout the state of Illinois.|
|Lakeshore Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides sports, fitness and recreation to people with physical disabilities and chronic health conditions. The organization provides programs and services to both adults and children. Lakeshore Foundation's Lima Foxtrot programs include a number of weekend-long camps that bring injured military personnel and their families from across the country to Alabama. Competitive sports programs are offered and include wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby, swimming, marksmanship, wheelchair tennis and track & field. Recreational opportunities include hunting, fishing, paddling, sled hockey, shooting sports, handcycling and water skiing are just a sample of the indoor and outdoor opportunities available.
|Magnolia Unlimited Sports|
|Magnolia Unlimited Sports is a non-profit organization that helps people with disabilities within the greater Mid-South (Mississippi, Tennessee and Arkansas) region realize their dream of participating in sporting and recreational activities. Programs are designed for athletes with cerebral palsy, amputations, spinal cord injury, muscular dystrophy, dwarfism, blindness, and many other conditions and offer the opportunity to participate competitively and recreationally in track, field, swimming, tennis, basketball, archery, golf, volleyball, ice hockey, handcycling, and many other sports. |
|Mississippi Adaptive Sports|
|Mississippi Adaptive Sports provides sports training, loaner equipment if available, and competiive events. Their program offers individual and team sports for physically disabled athletes from 7 years through adulthood. Sports include track and field, wheelchair basketball, powerlifting, table tennis, archery, athletics (track and field),baseball, boccia, handycling, equestrian, football, goalball, JJudo, rowing, sailing
shooting, swimming, volleyball, wheelchair dance, wheelchair fencing, wheelchair rugby, wheelchair tennis, ice sledge hockey, and wheelchair curling.
|Ohio Wheelchair Sports Association|
|The Ohio Wheelchair Sports Association was founded on
May 26, 1970 as a non-profit organization, to raise awareness of wheelchair athletics and the resources that sponsor their adaptive sports programs on the local, regional, national and international levels. OWSA offers wheelchair sports programs including- wheelchair basketball, tennis, archery, weight lifting, hand cycling, quad rugby, softball, field events, table tennis, road racing, track, and special scheduled events.|
|Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program|
|A mainstream running club set up specifically for the mentally and physically challenged. |
|Salt Lake City|
|Department of Parks guide to adaptive programs. Included are sled hockey, junior wheelchair basketball, bowling, and indoor and outdoor soccer.|
|St. Louis Wheelchair Athletic Association|
|Provides wheelchair sports to individuals with permanent physical disabilities in St. Louis, MO and the surrounding areas. Activities include, quad rugby, wheelchair softball, track & field, adaptive water skiing, adaptive snow skiing, wheelchair tennis, adaptive golf, scuba diving, and more.|
|Tennessee Wheelchair Athletic Association|
|Tennessee Wheelchair Athletic Association is a 501c-3 non-profit organization that promotes and supports wheelchair sports and activities though funding by donations and wheelchair sports exhibitions.
Sports programs include: Tennis, basketball, water skiing, quad rugby, fishing, golf, softball, and track & field.|
|University of Illinois Adapted Sports Camps|
|The camps, held at UIUC athletic facilities, offer skill development in basketball, track, road racing, handcycling, and fitness training to individuals ages 10 to 40 with physical impairment to their lower extremities. |
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