Don't miss watching top American athletes with intellectual impairment compete at the US Paralympic Team Trials as they vieÂ for coveted spots on the Swimming, Track & Field and Table Tennis Teams at the Tokyo 2021 Paralympic Games!
U.S. Paralympic Swimming Team Trials
June 17-19, 2021 Minneapolis, MN
Class S14/SB14/SM14 Athletes with Intellectual Impairment:
Jacob Basini (S14/SB14/SM14)
Leslie Cichocki (S14/SB14/SM14)
Parker Egbert (S14/SB14/SM14)
Jesse Greve (S14/SB14/SM14)
Jeff Lovett (S14/SB14/SM14)
Garner Moss (S14/SB14/SM14)
Happy 35th Birthday Virtus!
Help us celebrate 35 years of Virtus support and competition for athletes with intellectual impairment by joining the 35 YOUR WAY challenge: walk, run, skip, swim, cycle, row, jump or get active your own way!
Virtus Athletes, Family & Friends Around the World
35 YOUR WAY Global Challenges on Playwaze Platform:
â€¢ Walk/Run/Swim 35km (@22miles) in 35 days
â€¢ Cycle 350km (@218miles) in 35 days
â€¢ Row 35km in 35 days
â€¢ How fast can you do 35 skips / 35 star-jumps?
The sixth edition of the Virtus Global Games will be held in Vichy, France from 4 to 10 June 2023.
The Badger Track Club, run by Scott Brinen (AWL's 2019 US Team Track Coach at the Global Games) is hosting a virtual track meet the last week of June and we'd love for AWL athletes and supporters to compete with us. Whether you think running is "your sport" or not, we challenge you to get up and see what you can do!
Try your hand at any of the following 9 events:
â€¢ Long jump
â€¢ Standing Long Jump
â€¢ Football Throw
â€¢ Softball Throw
A full set of rules can be found ...
A summary of Athletes Without Limits event cancellations and postponements in order to help prevent further spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID 19) â€” 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 AustraliaÂ
We had a great time at theÂ 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 GamesÂ 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,Â Garner Moss,Â 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 upcomi...
The move was made in large part due to Bendâ€™s abundance of training opportunities and facilities, access to outdoor recreation, active lifestyle, and the communityâ€™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 bothÂ 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 ofÂ 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 ...