Athletes Without Limits congratulates all 22 athletes who recently competed in four sports at the 2019 Inas Global Games in Australia
We had a great time at the Inas Global Games 2019! Many personal bests, great team spirit and sportsmanship. Congratulations to the athletes who won medals and to all who gave their all to achieve. Thank you to our Australian hosts, officials and volunteers who made this Global Games awesome and to national sponsors who supported our US Team. We look forward to taking our growing U.S. team to the 2023 Virtus (formerly Inas) Global ...
Athletes Without Limits is proud to announce the 22 athletes who will represent the United States at the 2019 INAS Global Games in Brisbane...
Congratulations to the six athletes with intellectual impairment who have qualified to represent Team USA at the upcoming 2019 Parapan American Games in Lima:
Swimming (S14):Leslie Cichocki, Garner Moss, Jonathan Pierce
Table Tennis (11): Raymond Sacco
Track & Field (T20): Brianna Clarke, Kaitlyn Bounds
Veteran Athletes Without Limits (AWL) swimmers Leslie Cichocki, a 2016 Rio U.S. Paralympics Team member, and Garner Moss will follow up the Para Pan Am Games with an October trip to Australia to lead AWL's US National Team at the the upcoming ...
The move was made in large part due to Bend’s abundance of training opportunities and facilities, access to outdoor recreation, active lifestyle, and the community’s ethos for volunteerism.
The 2016 Rio Paralympic was filled with firsts for US para-athletes with intellectual disability. On the very same day of competition both Brianna Clark and Michael Brannigan became the first US athletes with intellectual disability to medal at the Parlympics. Clark handily won the Gold in the Women's 400m with a time of 57.79 and Brannigan took Gold in the men's 1500m with a time of 3:51.73. Tysheem Griffin was also selected to the team and competed in the men's 400m following strong medal performances at the 2015 Inas Global Games in Ecuador and 2016 US Paralympics ...
For Immediate Release: 12th June 2015
Learn more on our Athlete Without Limits Global Games page.
INAS – the International Federation for sport for para-athletes with an intellectual disability – has selected Brisbane, Australia to host the 5th INAS Global Games in 2019.
The Games – a week long championship featuring nine sports – will attract more than 1000 of the world’s elite athletes with an intellectual disability. The opening ceremony will take place on 19th October 2019.
Sport Inclusion Australia (formerly AUSRAPID) is the INAS member ...
Top US athletes are preparing to take on the world at the 2015 Inas Global Games in Quito, Ecuador September 20 - 27. The US will be led by reigning tennis world champions Brittany Taglareni (singles), her doubles partner Katherine Richards and 2011 Global Games defending cycling champion Syd Lea.
The US will field teams in track and field, swimming, tennis, cycling and basketball. Over 1000 athletes from 40 countries are expected to compete in the pre-eminant elite sports competition for athletes with intellectual disability.
"We are very proud of the US athletes ...
Brannigan and Murray selected for US Paralympic Parapan Am Team
Track & Field phenom Mikey Brannigan was named High School Athlete of the Month by Sports Illustrated! Great video that recognizes how with the support of parents, siblings, coaches, schools and programs like Rolling Thunder athletes like Mikey can go beyond any limits.
Brannigan, who hails from New York, and Michael Murray from Tennessee, were named to the 2015 US Paralympic Team roster competing at the prestigious 2015 ParaPan Am Games in Toronto this August.
Both runners are medal contenders ...
Athletes Without Limits is proud to add to our Inas Worlds medal count following the bronze performance by our men's cross country team. Team members include Steven Cuomo (NY), Syd Lea (MD), and Marcus Saunders (NY). The 2014 World Cross Country and Half Marathon Championships took place this June in Ostrzeszów, Poland.
First athlete with intellectual disability to make Team USA
July 1, 2012 -- This morning Athletes Without Limits Michael Murray competed in the Men's T20 1500m Paralympic Trials in Indianapolis, IN. His time and achievements earned him the historic opportunity to be the first athlete with an intellectual disability to compete for Team USA at the upcoming London Games in September.
Michael lives in Tennessee, where he has trained with the Nashville Illusions USATF Track Club. Since the twelve-year international suspension of athletes with intellectual disability in ...