Director of
Sports & Recreation
Carl Morgan

Sport & Recreation Committee Members

Chapter

Alicia Barber

Monday – Friday

8:30AM – 4:30PM

Closed All Federal & State Holidays

4010 Deans Bridge Rd
Hephzibah, GA 30815

Office: (706)-796-6301
Toll-free: (800)-292-9335
Fax: (706)796-0363
Email: paravet@comcast.net

NATIONAL VETERANS WHEELCHAIR GAMES

NEW YORK 2021

NEW YORK 2021

National Veterans Wheelchair Games 40 Years of Excellence

 

New York City | August 8-13, 2021

The VA New York Harbor Healthcare System is honored to join the National VA and PVA Team to host the 40th National Veterans Wheelchair Games in New York City in the summer of 2021.  The National Veterans Wheelchair Games poses an excellent opportunity for Veterans and their families to experience the world’s largest stage in New York City.  Look out Big Apple, you are about to be amazed at what our outstanding Veterans can accomplish through adaptive sports!

Registration

Registration for the 2021 National Veterans Wheelchair Games will open in early January 2021. Please check back then for further information.

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2020 National Veterans Wheelchair Games Portland Cancelled

 

The National Veterans Wheelchair Games is the world’s largest annual wheelchair sports event solely for military veterans. The event demonstrates the unstoppable character of veterans and seeks to foster wider respect for all people with disabilities.

The Wheelchair Games is open to all U.S. veterans with spinal cord injuries, amputations, multiple sclerosis, or other central neurological conditions who require a wheelchair for athletic competition. Every year, hundreds of American heroes from World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Gulf War, and the post-9/11 era compete in this celebration of courage and camaraderie.

40 Years Strong

The Department of Veterans Affairs launched the Wheelchair Games in 1981 with 7 events and 77 athletes. Paralyzed Veterans of America joined the VA in 1985 to help expand the event’s mission and reach. The Wheelchair Games has flourished as more VA therapists turn to adaptive sports to help veterans become more active in their lives and communities – and, in some cases, reach higher levels of national and international competition. Over the years, thousands of veterans with disabilities have gained the skills, confidence, and experience to take on challenges in the spirit of opportunity rather than limitation.

The Wheelchair Games will celebrate its 40th anniversary July 3-8, 2020, in Portland, Oregon.

www.wheelchairgames.org


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