|Aug. 27-Sept. 1||U.S. Open||St. Louis, MO|
|Sept. 12-15||PTR Championships||Hilton Head, SC|
|Oct. 11-13||Collegiate Nationals||Tuscaloosa, AL|
|Mar. 13-16||Fab-U-Life Desert Classic|
|Oct. 11-13||Helter Skelter||Las Vegas, NV||Finished 2nd|
|Oct. 25-27||Reno Rumble||Reno, NV||Finished 1st|
|Nov. 8-10||Best of the West||San Diego, CA|
|Oct. 27||CRS Hot Wheels||Los Angeles, CA|
|Nov. 3||San Diego Wolf Pack||San Diego, CA|
|Nov. 9||Tucson Lobos, Northridge Knights, Long Beach Flying Wheels|
|Oct. 12||Red-Blue Scrimmage||Home||Exhibition (1)||
In its history, UA Adaptive Athletics Program has sent 27 athletes and alumni to the Paralympic Games. With its first competition in Rome, Italy in 1960, the Paralympic Games provide elite competition for the world's best, most accomplished disabled athletes and athletes with impairment.
While this program has been well represented over the years at the Games, 2013 saw the highest presence of UA athletes:
Watch YouTube clips to learn more about UA Adaptive Athletics.
The newest team to be added to the Adaptive Athletics program, handcycling is an emerging sport worldwide and is increasingly popular with athletes. Given Tucson’s vibrant cycling community, there are many opportunities to compete and ride recreationally including El Tour de Tucson, an annual event attracting cyclists worldwide.