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Achilles International

Achilles International is a leading adaptive running nonprofit that transforms the lives of youth, adults and veterans with disabilities through athletic programs and social connection. Achilles has 62 chapters hosting weekly workouts for all abilities and paces in parks around the world. Run, walk or roll as an athlete with a disability or get involved as a volunteer guide at

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Association of Blind Athletes of New Jersey

The Association of Blind Athletes of New Jersey, Inc. is a non-profit organization, providing individuals who are blind or visually challenged with an opportunity to participate is a variety of competitive sports and athletic activities on the world, national, state, and recreational level since 1977.

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Athletes with Disabilities Network North East Chapter

Athletes with Disabilities Network North East Chapter Mission: Is to promote a better quality of life for veterans and people with physical disabilities by creating awareness and opportunities to get involved with athletic, recreational, and educational activities.


Blind Athletes Inc

Blind Athletes Inc is based in central New Jersey focused on creating transforming opportunities and enabling the pursuit of excellence for vision impaired athletes. We believe in empowering happiness through adaptive sports, and promoting fitness, friendship, and fun for athletes of all abilities. We also coach and train our competitive athletes for success in competition.

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Children's Specialized Hospital Lightning Wheels

Children’s Specialized Hospital has always encouraged children to be independent despite any challenges that arise. In 1981, to encourage independence and to benefit from athletic competition, Children’s developed a junior wheelchair athletic program for individuals with a physical disability ages 5 – 22, called the “Children’s Lightning Wheels”. Since then, the team has continued to achieve great success both on the individual and team levels. In 2003, the Lightning Wheels embraced athletes whose disability does not require the use of a wheelchair; however, they may use an assistive device and/or have motor planning difficulties.


New Jersey Fillies

We're a sports club for athletes challenged with visual and other ambulatory impairments. Adaptive sports have the power to bridge the gap from disability to ability and we are on a mission to enable the pursuit of happiness by creating competitive and recreational opportunities to grow.


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New Jersey Freeze

The New Jersey Freeze is a club sled hockey team open to athletes living in the community.

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New York Rollin Knicks

Registered team with the NWBA.


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North Jersey Navigators

Our mission is to develop, implement and coordinate special adapted programs to help children with disabilities increase their mobility skills competencies, social skills, self-esteem, and activity levels; as well as; to inspire children with disabilities to achieve an increased participation in all physical activities. We apply a fun-filled and competitive approach to coaching children, youth and junior athletes with disabilities several meaningful adaptive sports; including track, field, swimming, archery, and road racing.


Tri-State Wheelchair & Ambulatory Athletics

The Tri-State Wheelchair Athletic Association (TSWAA) is dedicated to foster disabled individual independence through Sport. Chartered to operate in the Connecticut, New York and New Jersey areas, TSWAA offers a structure for disabled teams and individuals to compete in multiple sports.


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United States Equestrian Federation, Inc.

Equestrian competitors, leisure riders, coaches, fans and enthusiasts each share a personal bond with the horse. This commonality defines the membership of the United States Equestrian Federation [USEF] which serves as the National Governing Body for Equestrian Sport.

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United States Rowing Association

US Rowing is a non-profit organization recognized as the national governing body for the sport of rowing in the United States.

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Vineland Sled Stars

The Vineland Sled Stars is a sled hockey team for the physically challenged youth between the ages of 5 to 18 years.


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Virtua Wings of Steel Sled Hockey

We are part of The Atlantic Sled Hockey League (ASHL), which is made up of six teams. We are tough competitors, but we never forget the real reason for which we play: to have fun! If you are interested, we practice every Thursday in Voorhees, NJ. Come check us out.