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Clearing house of information on amputee sports, adaptive sports, disability sports and activities for amputees who have or want an active lifestyle.

A personal story about one woman's quest to return to running after losing most of her right leg to necrotizing fasciitis. With pictures and videos of the training process.

Provides an opportunity for recreational soccer programs for men, women and children on the local and regional levels, and competitive programs to the international and Amputee World Cup Levels.

Paralympic cyclist. Includes profile, photo gallery, resume and media coverage.

Honors Michigan's disabled athletes. Includes a roll of honour and profiles of Mary Stack, Robert Brown and Ray Brown.

Mission statement, information on sports and events, and newsletters.

This organization supports community out-reach and provides training for blind and visually impaired US athletes in multiple sports. Site contains event calendar, online newsletter, and contacts.

Rules of the game, history and contacts for this form of baseball developed for blind and visually impaired individuals; organization is based in the United States.

Volunteer organization that provides blind children and adults opportunities to build confidence and independence through skiing. Includes photographs and newsletter.

Offers water skiing instruction for the physically and mentally challenged.

Provides therapeutic recreation and competitive opportunities for children and adults with disabilities. Based in Winter Park, Colorado.

Offers summer and winter sports programs; based in Big Bear, California.

Trip details, costs, events and contacts for this organization that provides rafting, skiing, rock climbing and canoeing opportunities in Utah.

Day camp for children and young adults with disabilities. Programs and application form. New Jersey

Programs and contacts from this company offering recreation for the disabled enthusiast; located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Non-profit organizations established to serve individuals with and without disabilities using the animals and environment of Ironstone Farm in Andover Massachusetts.

Calendar of events, competitions results, organization contacts, and related links.

This organization administers the World Games for the Deaf, and provides historical information on the development of sports for the deaf, as well as regional contacts.

Contains club, contact and tournament information for the Midwestern United States.

Event and trip calendars, convention news, and contacts for this organization that manages selection for the US Deaf Alpine Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing and Snowboarding teams.

Career and achievements of William Ellsworth 'Dummy' Hoy (1862-1961), the first deaf Major League baseball player.

Administration information as well as provincial and sports-specific contacts for this organization which oversees deaf sports in Canada.

History, board members and events.

Organization information, including a hall of fame, elite training programs and contacts, records and links to deaf sports-related sites.

Provides training and athletic competition in a variety of sports to deaf and hard of hearing people.

History, directory, event calendar, committees and links to sports-specific organizations.

Organizes European championships and qualifying competitions. News, history, meetings, championships, entry forms and statistics.

Provincial activities, event calendar, youth camps, programs, and administration information for this organization that oversees hearing-impaired sports in Alberta, Canada.

News, daily standings, reports, tournaments and about the organization.

Meetings, membership information, constitution and events.