The Virtus Global Challenge Series has been developed to help Virtus athletes remain connected to their sports while competing safely in their own environment. To date events include Cycling, Rowing, Swimming and Track & Field...
The sixth edition of the Virtus Global Games will be held in Vichy, France from 4 to 10 June 2023.
In case anyone couldn’t make Friday night’s powerful Roundtable discussion presented by Rowing in Color, here is the link — please feel free to share: Black Coaches and Rowers Roundtable: https://youtu.be/amyQYG3CspE
You can also view this post on the AWL DC Sports Hub website.
Final results are in for our May 2020 Tri-Team Military Veteran's Rowing Challenge between Athletes Without Limits, Community Rowing and Row New York's Military/Veteran Freedom Rows programs. Congratulations to all the teams for getting creative with workouts and keeping active!
We are one team wearing different uniforms, sporting different blades, different ages... but one Team USA!
MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH STANDINGS:
GOLD (37,547 min) US ARMY
SILVER (9,731 min) US NAVY
A summary of Athletes Without Limits event cancellations and postponements in order to help prevent further spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID 19) — with links to relevant updates and preventative measures.
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...
Athletes Without Limits is doing our part to increase rowing opportunities for athletes with intellectual and developmental disabilities by hosting the first INAS Indoor Rowing Cyber Championships – a new initiative from the INAS Rowing Committee that aims to make the sport more accessible to a greater number of rowers.
Rowing for Inclusion
By James Lewiski, Athletes Without Limits DC SPORTS
October 20th-21st, 2018 Athletes Without Limits (AWL) participated in the Head of the Charles Regatta(HOCR), hosted at the Charles River in Boston, Massachusetts. Since its inception in 1965, the HOCR has brought in hundreds of thousands of rowers and grown to be the largest regatta in the world.
The Mixed Inclusion 2x event had a very diverse pool of participants with 15 entries ranging from intellectually disabled, visually impaired, and physically disabled. At least 6 of the 15 boats ...
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.