Angel City Sports to Host Interactive Sports Exhibit at 2019 LA Abilities Expo

Angel City Sports, the leading adaptive and Paralympic sports organization in Southern California, will host a special experiential exhibit booth (#813) and Angel City Sports Zone at the 2019 Abilities Expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center from February 22 to 24. 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.

The leading event for the disability community, the Abilities Expo features new products and technology, high-impact workshops, an all-inclusive climbing wall, special musical performances, and fun recreation for all attendees.


During this year’s Expo, Angel City Sports will offer the following activities:

Friday 2/22 (11am-5pm)
Sports Zone Demos
11am-1pm Table Tennis

VIPs Attending: Table Tennis-Ari Arratia/Andrew Schneider/ Coach Angelita 11:30am-1pm

Convention Center Demonstrations
11:45-12:30 Wheelchair Tennis
3:45-4:45 Sitting Volleyball

Paralympians Attending: Allison Compton 3:45-4:45

Saturday 2/23 (11am-5pm)
Scheduled ACS Sports Zone Demos
11am-12:30pm Wheelchair Basketball
1pm-3pm Fencing

VIPs Attending: Shield Maidens 11am-12:30pm; Jemal Williams 3:30pm-4:40pm
Paralympians Attending: Megan Blunk 11am-1pm; Mario Rodriguez 1pm-3pm

Convention Center Demonstrations
3:30-4:30 Boccia

Sunday 2/24 (11am-4pm)
Scheduled ACS Sports Zone Demos
1pm-3pm Badminton

VIPs Attending: Badminton-Laura G. Schwartz; Amy Burnett 1pm-3pm
Paralympians Attending: Cody Jones 11am-1pm

“The Abilities Expo is an amazing place for the disabled community to learn about new and innovative products and services,” said Clayton Frech, founder of Angel City Sports. "Our booth, Sports Zone and demos will be informative, fun, and inclusive for all attendees. We hope to find and inspire new athletes to get engaged in our year-round adaptive sports programming.”