May 21-22, 2011
The University of Cincinnati Keating Aquatic Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
Athletes Without Limits staff will attend this event to assist and coach athletes with intellectual disability interested in pursuing Paralympic Swimming opportunities. This page has been updated to reflect the information discussed in our March 31 informational conference call.
Host: The Greater Toledo Aquatic Club (International Paralympic Committee (IPC)-Swimming Approved; LCM/National Classification Available)
Competition & Venue: The competition pool is an eight lane, 50 ...
Note: Athletes Without Limits has no formal involvement in this event and INAS athlete eligibility paperwork is not necessary to participate.
Saturday, April 2, 2011 2:00-5:00 pm
Wave House Athletic Club, 3115 Ocean Front Walk, San Diego, CA 92109
Inside Belmont Park at Mission Boulevard and West Mission Bay Drive, on Mission Beach. Use the south parking lot.
Who is Welcome?
Swimmers with physical, vision, hearing, and cognitive disabilities aged 18 and younger. Must be able to swim at least one competi...
The GTAC Disability Swim meet provided an opportunity for Athletes Without Limits swimmers to compete together with physically disabled Paralympic swimmers for the first time.
Swimmers Maria D'Andrea and Gail Morning traveled to Cincinnati last month to compete in the 7th Annual Greater Toledo Aquatic Club (GTAC) Disability Open Swimming Championships, sanctioned by both USA Swimming and the International Paralympic Committee (IPC). While the meet organizers have always welcomed athletes with any disability to compete, what makes this year's meet different is that it ...
This article appeared in the August 15, 2009 print edition of the Bucks County Courier Times and online at Phillyburbs.com.
A world of experience for Bensalem's D'Andrea
By KAREN SANGILLO
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Maria Dâ€™Andrea turned her interest in swimming into a passion that has taken her to a whole new world. And she didnâ€™t let a disability get in her way. The Bensalem student competed at the International Federation for Sport for Athletes with an Intellectual Disability Global Games in Liberec, Czech Republic. Dâ€™Andrea has ...
July 22, 2009
Three US athletes with intellectual disability were selected to represent the US in the Global Games held in Liberec, Czech Republic July 5 â€“ 14. Nearly 1,000 elite athletes from 40 countries competed for gold, silver and bronze in seven sports. This Wholesale Nike Washington Redskins Jerseys was the first time a team from the US participated in a world championship for athletes with intellectual disability.
Cyclist Syd Lea of Taneytown, MD competed in a five-day stage race that included three time trials and two road races earning three silver and ...
Cyclist Syd Lea Wins Bronze in Individual Time Trial; Swimmer Maria Dâ€™Andrea Ranks 8th in the World in Distance Event
JULY 8, 2009, LIBEREC â€” US Team cyclist Charles â€œSydâ€ Lea took third place in the Menâ€™s 5km Individual Time Trail held in wholesale nba jerseys Cesky Dub, Czech Republic on July 7. The event was for held on day one of a five-day competition as part of the Global Games world championships. Lea received his bronzeâ€”the first medal ever won by a US athlete at Global Gamesâ€”at a ceremony cheap nfl jerseys held at ...
JUNE 29, 2009 â€“ Athletes Without Limits, the USA Federation for Elite Athletes with Intellectual Disability, announces the first ever US team for the INAS-FID Global Games, Liberec, Czech Republic July 5-14, 2009. At the Games, nearly 1,500 elite athletes with intellectual disability from 40 countries will compete for world championships in nine sports.
Like the Olympics, each Global Games sport is officiated by and run according to the rules of the sportâ€™s international governing body, including drug testing. Medals will be awarded to the top 3 overall ...
We are preparing athletes to compete at wholesale nfl jerseys the second annual INAS Global Games in the Czech Republic July 5-14, 2009. The event is an Olympic-style, open competition for the top athletes with an intellectual disability in the world. To date over 1,300 athletes from 33 countries have already registered to compete. Athletes may compete in one of the following Global Games summer hacked sports, however, there are qualification time standards in some sports: Athletics (Track & Field), Cycling, Basketball (team), Futsal (team), Swimming, Table Tennis, ...