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Sports & Recreation


Engaging in physical activity, sports, and recreation activities can improve your health, enhance your quality of life, and provide opportunities for engaging with your community. Explore sports and recreation programs and resources for you and your family.

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  • Beyond Boundaries introduces the world of outdoor adventure to individuals with disabilities, in an inclusive environment, supported by family members, companions and friends, teaching outdoor recreation skills, team and self-support techniques, and environmental stewardship.

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  • More and more studies are showing the positive impact between exercise and healing the deep wounds combat can have on the lives of our military's veterans. The Catch A Lift Fund (CAL) is an organization that is "changing bodies, healing minds, and saving lives" through granted fitness programs nationwide. 

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  • Veterans & Athletes United (VAU) is an all-volunteer Veterans 501c3 non-profit organization. VAU is founded by combat veterans with disabilities and run by Veterans and caring professionals.

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  • Find out about assistive technology (AT) options for people with mobility disabilities who enjoy cycling. 

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  • Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing provides basic fly fishing, fly casting, fly tying and rod building classes to both Veterans who have never fly fished before, and seasoned anglers.

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  • For groups like Team Red, White & Blue, the whole point is to bring veterans and the civilian community together. If you didn’t serve, we’re here to serve, they say.

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  • Your courage, your determination and your drive all led you to serve America proudly. Those same characteristics will also lead to satisfaction and success in adaptive sports.

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  • Bicyclists and pedestrians present even more safety challenges on the road for all drivers: they lack protection in a crash, are slower than motor vehicles, and hard for drivers to see – particularly truck and bus drivers.

    It’s vital for bicyclists and pedestrians to understand large trucks and buses and be proactive in staying safe.

    1. Stay out of Blind Spots ("No Zones")

    Never walk or ride too close to a large truck or bus. Large vehicles have huge blind spots around all four sides, making it difficult for drivers to see pedestrians and bicyclists. 

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  • Sheltering Arms explains how walking can lead you to better overall health.

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