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Canada Wins 2025 Hosting Rights for Invictus Games

The Invictus Games 2025 has been awarded to Vancouver and Whistler, British Columbia, Canada, in partnership with True Patriot Love Foundation. Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex and founding patron of the Invictus Games Foundation, also announced the 2025 Games will be the first to incorporate winter adaptive sports in addition to some of the core sports from previous […]

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Adaptive Sports Center Unveils New Adventure Equity Initiative

The Adaptive Sports Center has introduced a new Adventure Equity Initiative that will allow those who want to enjoy an adaptive outdoor adventure the chance to do so at a reduced cost. For the remainder of the winter season, the initiative will lower the cost of a full day adaptive ski or snowboard lesson, equipment […]

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2021 Angel City Games Set for Los Angeles High School

The 2021 Angel City Games presented by The Hartford will be held December 18–19 at Los Angeles High School and will feature numerous decorated Paralympians who will compete and participate in the Games. The 2021 Angel City Games is back to being in-person after the 2020 Games were virtual. The Games will feature a range of […]

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The 2021 Paralympic Games will have considerably more coverage on television in the United States and around the world compared to the last Summer Games in 2016. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)

Paralympians Get TV Spotlight of Their Own

For years, the Paralympic Games has been one of the pinnacle events for the adaptive sport world, regardless of whether or not it received anything similar to the attention and coverage that the Olympic Games receives on a bi-annual basis. This year the tide is starting to turn as more than ever before, Paralympians will […]

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Special Olympics Unified Cup 2022 Heading to Detroit

The Special Olympics Unified Cup 2022 presented by Toyota will be hosted by Detroit with nearly 600 athletes from up to 31 nations to competing starting July 31. The Special Olympics Unified Cup Detroit 2022 will be the second-ever tournament in this single-sport series, which challenges negative attitudes towards people with intellectual disabilities and demonstrates […]

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Move United Junior Nationals to Host Hundreds of Adaptive Youth Athletes in Denver

The Move United Junior Nationals presented by The Hartford will open July 17 in Denver as the event, in its 37th year, is the largest and longest-standing national sport championship event for young athletes with a physical disability, visual and/or intellectual impairment through the age of 22. With more than 300 athletes with disabilities and […]

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Move United Plans Virtual Conference on Adaptive Sports

The Move United Education Conference will be staged May 10–14, a virtual conference that will bring together several thousand sport providers with a goal to demystify disability and make inclusion a reality. The adaptive sports organization held its 2020 conference in a virtual setting, attracting more than 1,800 attendees from 900 organizations. The 2021 conference […]

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Glenn Merry: A New Voice for Adaptive Sports

   For decades, two organizations had their hands in the majority of adaptive sports opportunities in the United States: Disabled Sports USA and Adaptive Sports USA. In May, those groups announced a merger to become a new organization called Move United, a major development in the adaptive sports space the beginning of what could […]

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Citi Partners with Disabled Sports USA

Disabled Sports USA has announced a national partnership with Citi through 2020 to help bring adaptive sports opportunities to people with disabilities in communities nationwide. Under terms of the deal, Citi will provide funding to local DSUSA chapters and the bank’s U.S. employees will volunteer to support community-based adaptive sports programs in 14 communities in Arizona, […]

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