Three very important wheelchair national events are coming up soon... The National Women's Wheelchair Basketball Tournament, March 23rd-25th in LA, the National Wheelchair Basketball Association's National Championship, April 13-15, in Louisville, KY, and the Toyota-USA Hockey Disabled Hockey Festival, April 12-15 in Chicago. And Seattle is sending our best to all of them to claim their titles.
Seattle Adaptive Sports provides an opportunity for youth and adults with physical disabilities in the Puget Sound to experience fitness, recreation and socialization. Five of their teams have made it to National Championships, but they need to raise some serious money to be able to send every player.
To talk about Seattle Adaptive Sports and their fundraising efforts, we were recently joined by Tami English, Director and Co-Founder of Seattle Adaptive Sports; Sean Maloney, who's been playing basketball for a few years on SAS's Division 1 Seattle Sonics team and last year was chosen for Team USA; Nick Weiss, who's been playing basketball with SAS since 5th grade; and Johnny Basco, who's been with the Seattle Sonics Division 3 team for just a few months.
Listen to our talk here and find out how YOU can help...