Here at the University of Arizona, disabled athletes have the opportunity to compete in a variety of sports, including Wheelchair Track, Quad Rugby, Tennis, Men's & Women's Basketball, Goalball; a sport for the blind and visually impaired.
Each athlete in our Adaptive Athletics Program is expected to meet high academic standards and represent his/her school and community with pride and professionalism. In return, they are able to compete nationwide and internationally in their respective sports against world-class athletes, and have access to training, practice facilities, and staff here at the University of Arizona campus.
As a Division I school of the NCAA, the University of Arizona offers athletic opportunities to all of it's students. The Disability Resources provides a comprehensive program of competitive athletics and recreational activities to ensure equal access for students with disabilities. A variety of sport chairs are available for individuals to use, including some of the most current models from top manufacturers. Promotional and awareness activities place student athletes with disabilities throughout the community providing the opportunity for public speaking and personal growth. Our sport teams and events integrate both students and community members alike in some of the finest athletic and recreational facilities on any college campus today.
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