Swimming


Results from the 2019 Inas Global Games in Brisbane Australia

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 ...

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2019 USA Global Games Team Set to Compete in Brisbane

Global Games 2019 USA Team
Athletes Without Limits is proud to announce the 22 athletes who will represent the United States at the 2019 INAS Global Games in Brisbane...

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Athletes selected by U.S. Paralympics to represent USA at 2019 Parapan American Games Lima

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  ...

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Athletes Without Limits Swimming Nationals and Rowdy Masters Meet Results

The 2018 Athletes Without Limits (AWL) Swimming Nationals took place in partnership with the Rowdy Gaines Masters Classic at the YMCA Aquatic Center in Orlando, FL from October 12-14th. View official results...

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Athlete Spotlight: Orlando Swimmer Jesse Greve

Jesse Greve
Welcome back to #WithoutLimitsWednesday, where every week we feature the story and achievements of one of our talented athletes — who they are, what they love, and how they got there... by Frank E. Barberena It All Comes Back to Swimming Jesse Greve is an Orlando resident and member of the Athletes Without Limits U.S. Masters Swim Team. From the age of 15, his mother Barb has coached him by modifying drills and techniques to fit Jesse’s particular disabilities. They train every morning, bright and early at the Rosen YMCA Aquatic Center where Barb works with ...

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Athlete Spotlight: Georgia Swimmer J.R. Douglas

J.R. Douglas
Welcome back to #WithoutLimitsWednesday, where every week we feature the story and achievements of one of our talented athletes — who they are, what they love, and how they got there... by Frank E. Barberena Exposure is Everything With his naturally broad frame, wide shoulders and brawny arms, J.R. Douglas is built for power. However, you won’t find this Jonesboro, Georgia-native putting hits on any quarterbacks or crushing any over the center-field wall. Instead he saves all of his strength and energy for the moment it’s time to dive off the block and into ...

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Athlete Spotlight: Multi-Sport Oregonian Sara Slawta

Sara Slawta
Welcome back to #WithoutLimitsWednesday, where every week we feature the story and achievements of one of our talented athletes — who they are, what they love, and how they got there... by Frank E. Barberena For this week’s athlete spotlight we stay in the pool but move to the west coast to introduce Talent, Oregon’s most talented: Sara Slawta. Anyone who meets Sara will attest to her affable presence and smile that lights up a whole room. At first glance, many may not expect that behind such a kind young woman is a very gifted and decorated world-class ...

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Athlete Spotlight: Florida Swimmer Ian Soules

Ian Soules Photo
We are pleased to announce our brand new #WithoutLimitsWednesday initiative! Every week we will feature the story and achievements of one of our talented athletes — who they are, what they love, and how they got there... by Frank E. Barberena Our first Athletes Without Limits athlete in the spotlight is Ian Mark Soules from Orlando, Florida. Like many young people with autism, Ian had a difficult time fitting in and feeling included growing up. It was challenging to make friends or understand the other kids, and they seemed to have a hard time understanding his ...

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2017 Athletes Without Limits Swimming Nationals Results

Congratulations to all the swimmers who recently competed in the 2017 Athletes Without Limits Long-Course & Open Water Swimming Nationals in Atlanta Georgia July 6-9th. In addition to being the National Championships for S14 swimmers with intellectual disability, the event was the first in the US to include two new Inas pilot classes for athletes with Down's Syndrome and athletes with Autism+. To learn more about the criteria visit our eligibility page. Special thanks to the Athletes, Families, Officials, Volunteers, Cherokee Aquatic Center Staff, Georgia Games ...

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Athletes Without Limits relocates National headquarters to Bend Oregon

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.

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