Wheelchair Tennis | U.S. Paralympic Team Wheelchair tennis was originated in 1976 by American Brad Parks and it quickly evolved into a major competitive international sport. Wheelchair tennis first appeared at the http://usparalympics.org/pages/569
Wheelchair Tennis The Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) delivers programs that strengthen the Paralympic Movement in Canada, including sending Canadian teams to the Paralympic Games. http://www.paralympic.ca/en/Sports/Summer/Wheelchair-Tennis.html
Extractions: It’s the Real Deal Consult this free online teachers’ resource Changing Minds Changing Lives Healthcare professionals educational program Viterra: Power Of The Prairies Learn more about our schools program Athletes Sports Feel the Rush / Find a Club Get involved! Find a club near you Paralympic Equipment Fund Apply for a Paralympic Equipment Fund MEDIA Image Bank Surf through the best Paralympic pictures Newsletters Stay up to date with news from the Paralympic movement!
BlazeSports: Wheelchair Tennis Atheletes and Families; Georgia Blazers; Wheelchair Tennis; Tennis Anyone? Wheelchair Tennis. Wheelchair Tennis – Novice and Advanced Players Ever play wheelchair tennis or have an http://blazesports.org/athletes_and_families/wheelchairTennis.html
Paralympic Summer Sport - Wheelchair Tennis About the sport . Wheelchair Tennis first began as a demonstration event at the 1988 Paralympic Games held in Seoul, Korea, and it has quickly developed into one of the most popular http://www.paralympiceducation.ca/Content/Sports/Summer Sports/Wheelchair Tennis
NCPAD:Videos: Wheelchair Tennis Funding for this video clip series has been provided by Christopher and Dana Reeve Paralysis Resource Center http://www.ncpad.org/videos/fact_sheet.php?sheet=44&view=all
Wheelchair Tennis Wheelchair tennis is a great wheel chair for serious tennis players who have settled into their position and playing style. http://www.wheelchairspower.com/wcp/Wheelchair-Tennis.html?category=1
Baseline Wheelchair Tennis Foundation - Welcome! MISSION STATEMENT BaseLine Wheelchair Tennis works to promote the sport of wheelchair tennis and to help open new worlds of competition for wheelchair using Athletics. http://baselinewheelchairtennis.org/
Extractions: BaseLine Wheelchair Tennis works to promote the sport of wheelchair tennis and to help open new worlds of competition for wheelchair using Athletics. We conduct and promote wheelchair tennis exhibitions to expose this sport to students, returning wounded and hospitalized servicemen and women and the general public. MEDIA Invite and encourage able-bodied children to attend wheelchair tournaments. Develop programs to reach out to disabled patients of all ages to motivate, encourage and educate them about the opportunities and competition available through wheelchair tennis. Conduct free tennis clinics for both wheelchair and able-bodied children and adults to encourage their interest in tennis. FUND RAISING
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Extractions: SUNDAY JUNE 27TH IN DENVER AT REDSTONE PARK Please join the Colorado Wheelchair Tennis Foundation as we celebrate the life of Randy Snow on Sunday June 27th. We'll be hosting a tennis social from 3:00pm to 8:00pm at Redstone Park. This event is open for all wheelchair players, friends and family members too. Even non tennis players who knew Randy or knew of him are encouraged to come out. Bring your tennis gear and your memories of the way Randy impacted your life in Colorado, through a tennis camp, at Craig Hospital, his work with Quickie Designs and Sunrise Medical, or by listening to one of his speeches. Courts and balls will be provided for casual/social play from 3:00pm to 7:00pm. We'll have a BBQ and grill some food from 5:00pm to 7:00pm as play continues on the courts. Please bring $5 to chip in for the BBQ if you plan on eating. From 7:00pm to 8:00pm there will be a chance to share stories, memories and pictures of Randy in an informal memorial.