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Athletes Without Limits and KILOGEAR CUT Announce “Collab” Partnership

KILOGEAR CUT and Athletes Without Limits announced a partnership to bring KILOGEAR CUTS’s revolutionary weighted training gear and training programs to athletes with intellectual impairments, down syndrome and autism across the US...

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Celebrate Virtus’ 35th Birthday by Joining the ’35 Your Way’ Global Challenge April 6 – May 10

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! WHO: Virtus Athletes, Family & Friends Around the World WHAT: 35 YOUR WAY Global Challenges on Playwaze Platform: • Walk/Run/Swim 35km (@22miles) in 35 days • Cycle 350km (@218miles) in 35 days • Row 35km in 35 days • How fast can you do 35 skips / 35 star-jumps? • Futsal/Football/Soccer: How many ...

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France to host 2023 Virtus Global Games

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The sixth edition of the Virtus Global Games will be held in Vichy, France from 4 to 10 June 2023.

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AWL Update on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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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.

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Recruiting US Tennis Players for 2020 Virtus World Championships Belgium in July

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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...

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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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Results from the 2016 Inas World Tennis Championships

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. MEDIA ...

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Athletes Without Limits Wins Bid to Host Inas Tennis World Championships in 2016

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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...

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Brisbane to host 2019 INAS Global Games

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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 ...

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US Team Prepares for 2015 Inas Global Games Ecuador

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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 ...

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