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Athletes Without Limits is organizing a US National Tennis Team and travel to Belguim this July for the 2020 Virtus World Championships...
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.
Athletes Without Limits congratulates all the players who recently competed in the 2016 Inas World Championships for high-performance players with intellectual impairment.
Top athletes from Australia, Belguim, Czech Republic, Italy and the United States came to Sea Colony Tennis Resort in Bethany Beach, Delaware for the 5-day tournament, which took place June 10-19th. A special thank you to the coaches, USTA officials, volunteers, parents, our hosts at Sea Colony Tennis Center and event sponsors who helped make the first US hosted Inas event such a success.
INAS are pleased to announce the awarding of the 2016 INAS World Tennis Championships to USA. Sea Colony Resort at Bethany Beach, Delaware, United States will play host...
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 ...
The individual and doubles wins mark only the second time US athletes hold Inas World Titles since cyclist Syd Lea won at the 2011 Global Games.
Building on their Australian experience and a week-long training camp hosted by Wintergreen Resort, four US players traveled to Mont-de-Marsan, France for the Inas Tennis World Championships.
The US won the women's singles and women's doubles World Championship. The wins mark only the second sport in which US athletes have won an Inas World Championships since Syd Lea won in cycling at the 2011 Inas Global Games.
US Players Make First Appearance at 2014 Australian Open
Just months after launching our tennis program to develop high performance tennis players with intellectual impairment, Athletes Without Limits took the first-ever US team to compete in the 17th Annual Australian Tennis Championships at the Australian Open. Brittany Tagliareni (Florida) placed third in women’s singles. She and partner Katherine Richards (Texas) captured third in women’s doubles while teammates Jon Fried (Virginia) and Ben Hadden (Ohio) also placed third in men’s doubles.
US Women ...
US Athletes Compete at 2014 Australian Open for First Time
Just months after launching our tennis program to develop high performance players with an intellectual disability, Athletes Without Limits entered four players from around the US in the 17th Australian Tennis Championships. The tournament is part of the Australian Open and 2014 marked the first year US players were invited to compete.
Brittany Tagliareni placed third in the women’s singles while the men’s and the women’s doubles each took third.
The players also competed in a US vs. AUS lawn tennis ...