The 2020 US Open Wheelchair Competition was one of the first adaptive sporting events to take place since the Coronavirus pandemic began. 20 athletes competed from September 10-13 across six divisions – Men’s, Women’s, and Quad’s Singles and Doubles.
[Update 9/9/19] With the rain delays on Friday, we ended up with a full day of wheelchair tennis finals! As the last Grand Slam of the year, it was awesome to see these world class athletes battle for the title! Check out some quick updates from the last match day below, then scroll all the […]
2019 Wimbledon Wheelchair Tennis Champions Men’s Singles – Gustavo Fernandez Women’s Singles – Aniek Van Koot Men’s Doubles Joachim Gerard / Stefan Olsson Women’s Doubles – Aniek Van Koot / Diede de Groot Quad Singles – Dylan Alcott Quad Doubles – Dylan Alcott / Andrew Lapthorne [Update 7/14/19 – 10:20 AM EST] Gusti with the […]
We’re over a week into the 2019 Wimbledon Championships, but the events we’ve been waiting for are finally here! There are six adaptive tournaments to be played out over the next four days: Singles and Doubles for Men’s Wheelchair, Women’s Wheelchair, and Quad Wheelchair. All Singles tournaments will start on Thursday, July 11th while Doubles […]
On Thursday, April 25th from 2-6pm, Athletes Roll and SNHU Campus Recreation will be hosting a free Adaptive Sports Showcase at Southern New Hampshire University in the Stan Spirou Fieldhouse. This will be a perfect opportunity to try out several adaptive sports including Power Soccer, Wheelchair Basketball, Sled Hockey, Wheelchair Badminton, and Goalball. Over 20 […]