After 5 years of growth, the annual event has become one of the nation’s premier sporting events for people with physical disabilities.
Participants & attendees came from 36 States to California to participate in one of the largest multisport adaptive competition in the country.
California’s premier sporting event for people with physical disabilities
will occur June 20-23 at UCLA
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Participants & attendees will come from across the U.S. to participate in California’s premier sporting event for people with physical disabilities
The Angel City Sports Zone will have open play hours available to all Expo attendees, who will be able to experience a wide range of adaptive sports including: wheelchair basketball, badminton, table tennis, and fencing. The Angel City Sports Zone also will offer interactive demos throughout the weekend with decorated Paralympians.
“We are thrilled to launch this equipment loaner program and are grateful to the Craig H. Neilson Foundation for the grant that helped us purchase most of the equipment,” said Clayton Frech, founder of Angel City Sports. "This program promises to open up opportunities and change the lives of so many adaptive athletes."