Sailing offers something for everyone! Learn more in today’s blog post.
Carol Harnett, DSUSA Board Member, provides a unique perspective on the 26.2 mile Bataan Memorial Death March
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Utah State Office has renewed a Memorandum of Understanding with Disabled Sports USA that will allow wounded military veterans to participate in several multi-day river trips over the next five years.
Five alumni of the Disabled Sports USA Alpine E-Team will compete in Sochi, Russia as part of the 2014 USA Paralympic Team.
Six athletes to watch for in the 2014 Paralympic Games in Sochi, Russia.
Next month, Greg goes to Sochi to play on the US Men’s Paralympic Sled Hockey Team.
When it comes to sports for the disabled, people don’t automatically think of tennis. However, tennis is an exciting, energetic sport.
“So You Want to be a High School Track and Field Athlete” Click HERE to read the Fall 2013 Challenge Magazine article about adaptive track and field in high schools. Coauthored by Phil Galli, Pam Carey, Cathy Sellers, and Teresa Skinner. Life, Goals and Rights. I am Phil Galli, father of four‐time Track and Field Paralympian Jessica…
Chris Waddell, 13X Paralympic medalist and Founder of One Revolution Foundation, invites you to attend the kick-off rally for the 2013 Who’s Your Hero Tour in Seattle, WA. The public is invited to gather at the sundial at Gas Works Park in Seattle on Saturday, Sept 14th at 8am for refreshments and a meet and…
Five years ago, after a year-long process of evaluating Disabled Sports USA’s strategic direction, we launched Adapt2Achieve (A2A), a chapter development program that provides training to our 100+ chapters so they can offer more effective adaptive sports programming in their local communities. A2A not only includes sport-specific training, but also essential training in operational areas…