Adaptive Sports Foundation

Warriors in Motion Signature Events

Important Information – Event Registration

To sign up for our Warrior in Motion events, you must sign up through Wounded Warrior Project®. If you are not a registered Alumni with WWP, please go to their site and register http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/programs/alumni.aspx

Warriors in the appropriate geographical areas will receive a link to register in The Post that is emailed out from Wounded Warrior Project®. When registration is open, you can also click on the link next to the listing on our website to get to the registration form.  If you have specific questions about any of our events, please feel free to contact us at 518-734-5070 or email Caroline Lynch (caroline@adaptivesportsfoundation.org) or Pam Greene (pam@adaptivesportsfoundation.org).

 

ASF/WWP Women’s Multi-sport Retreat Weekend (June 2-6, 2016) 

This unique event combines a variety of rehabilitative activities (golf, paddling, restorative yoga and relaxation, and motivational lectures) and is structured to encourage injured female soldiers and Marines to discover freedom again through body and spirit.

ASF/WWP The Alamo Lake Sports Weekend (August 12-15, 2016) 

The Alamo Lake Sports weekend includes two days of waterskiing, wakeboarding, kayaking, canoeing, stand-up paddling, and tubing for wounded warriors and their families.  Warriors are encouraged to bring their spouses and children with the goal of the event to be the inclusion of the disabled troops back into family activities. All scheduled evening activities are family oriented. 

ASF/WWP Learn to Ski and Ride Festival (TBD, 2017) 

The objective of the family weekends is to teach the entire family a sport they can continue to do together after their return home. In addition to the difficulties of living with an amputation, multiple amputations or other serious injuries on an individual level, a soldier’s family is also deeply affected by the demands of the injury. A secondary goal of these events is to allow the wounded soldiers and Marines to spend quality rehabilitative time with their families. Soldiers are encouraged to bring their spouses and children with the goal of the event to be the inclusion of the disabled troops back into family activities. All scheduled activities are family friendly.