Central Cross Country Ski (CXC)
CXC is a 2,000-member service organization that promotes the culture of cross country skiing by creating opportunities for athletes and coaches of all backgrounds to participate and advance in the sport through schools, clubs, sport specific programs, events and education.CXC oversees youth programs; supports the Junior National Team Qualifying system in the Midwest and Great Lakes Divisions, Central Collegiate Ski Association (CCSA), and Senior/Master skiing; provides education to athletes, coaches and officials; coordinates competitions; manages an adaptive program for individuals with physical disabilities and visual impairments; trains Olympic caliber athletes; and is the Midwest pipeline to the U.S. Ski Team and the U.S. Paralympics Nordic Ski Team.
The Dairyland Games are the first and only regional event in Wisconsin allowing athletes with physical and visual disabilities to qualify for the Adaptive Sports USA Junior Nationals.
Madison Curling Club
Curling club offering learn to curl lessons and league play.
Milwaukee Curling Club
The modern game of curling evolved rapidly during the 1900’s, aided in large part by the move indoors through the use of refrigerated ice. MCC relocated to Riverside Park in 1915, where two covered sheets of ice provided a fixed home for the next 55 years. In 1970, the club built a four sheet curling shed and clubhouse located at Ozaukee Country Club in Mequon, Wisconsin. Begining with the 2012 season, the club moved into a state-of-the-art 5-sheet facility located at the Ozaukee County fairgrounds in Cedarburg. Today, Milwaukee Curling Club is the oldest curling club in continual existence in the United States.
Southeastern Wisconsin Adaptive Ski Program
SEWASP (pronounced "see-wasp") provides adaptive alpine skiing and snowboard lessons for people with disabilities in southeastern Wisconsin and surrounding areas.
Team River Runner Milwaukee
Team River Runner (TRR), established in August 2004 by kayakers in the Washington, DC area, is a primarily volunteer non-profit organization run by a council of kayakers and overseen by a board of directors. TRR was initially established to help active duty military personnel wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan who were recovering at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. With the success there obvious and the opportunity elsewhere apparent, TRR expanded to other Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) chapter sites in 2007. TRR envisions a national network which creates innovative paddling programs designed to assist with the recovery of those injured while serving our country. Through paddle sports, TRR volunteers and partners provide local communities unique opportunities for the active, safe and positive support of healing service members and their families.
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Wheelchair Athletics
UW-Whitewater Wheelchair Athletics exists since 1973. Our program includes a men's and a women's intercollegiate wheelchair basketball team competing at the highest level and featuring many current, past and future Paralympic athletes and coaches.
USA Curling is the national governing body for wheelchair curling in the United States.
Wausau Curling Club
The Wausau Curling Club is a curling club located at 1920 Curling Way in Wausau, Wisconsin. The club hosts league play and several annual bonspiels, including the Men's Invitational and Highlander Women's bonspiels, and the Badger State Games. The Wausau Curling Club also annually hosts the Tiegte High School Bonspiel, named after longtime Wausau West curling coach Dennis Tietge and considered to be the largest and longest running high school bonspiel in the United States.The club's season usually runs from late October through March.
The Wheelchair Bucks are a member of the National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA). As a registered team, we are provided insurance as well as the opportunity to participate in numerous tournaments across the country. We are also affiliated with the NBA Milwaukee Bucks.
Wheelin' Wizards Competitive Youth Wheelchair Basketball Club
Wheelin' Wizards provides an opportunity for boys and girls in southeastern Wisconsin, who use wheelchairs, to play competitive wheelchair basketball. We offer various levels of play based upon age and skill. Our teams have consistently advanced to national championship tournament play. Additionally, graduating seniours have been recruited to play at the college level Our athletes have also participated in international tournaments.
Wisconsin Adaptive Sports Association
The Wisconsin Adaptive Sports Association’s (WASA) mission is: "To promote community collaboration of adaptive sports and recreation opportunities to those with ambulatory disabilities and/or visual impairments in Wisconsin."
Registered sled hockey team with USA Hockey.