Our mission is to provide and promote recreational, fitness and competitive opportunities for people with physical disabilities. It is our vision to lead our community to a greater state of health and wellness by nurturing the mind, body and spirit through sports and recreation.  ASNW offers a wide range of programs and events that educate, connect and inspire children and adults to activate and realize their own personal possibilities and improve their lives.

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A big shout out to Performance Mobility, NuMotion, Different Spokes, and some amazing volunteers who helped out at the ASNW 2nd annual Equipment Day! Our programs can't happen without equipment that works- we are so thankful for those of you who came to clean, maintain, and repair 20 basketball chairs, 6 rugby chairs, 5 track chairs, 1 tennis chair, and 12 hand cycles... that's 44 sports chairs and 105 wheels total!
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A big shout out to Performance Mobility, NuMotion, Different Spokes, and some amazing volunteers who helped out at the ASNW 2nd annual Equipment Day! Our programs cant happen without equipment that works- we are so thankful for those of you who came to clean, maintain, and repair 20 basketball chairs, 6 rugby chairs, 5 track chairs, 1 tennis chair, and 12 hand cycles... thats 44 sports chairs and 105 wheels total!

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Adam AmundsenDang! We rocked that repair day. It seems easy when you've got such a great crew to work with.

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Thank you to Challenged Athletes Foundation and Nike for a fun and inspiring clinic! Over 100 people gathered to witness Sarah Reinertsen surprise 15 year-old Vancouver resident Lexzy with her new running legs at the Running and Mobility Clinic. Amputees of all ages and abilities participated in mobility and running drills.

Then, about 30 people enjoyed and learned a sport new to Portland- seated volleyball! And there was a swim clinic in between. It was a busy and full day of amazing athletes, new friendships, and lifelong positive changes toward active and healthy lifestyles!

Thanks to USA Sitting Volleyball National Team members Travis Ricks and Sam Surowiec for leading the sitting volleyball clinic. We hope to gain momentum to start a team here in Portland!
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Thank you to Challenged Athletes Foundation and Nike for a fun and inspiring clinic! Over 100 people gathered to witness Sarah Reinertsen surprise 15 year-old Vancouver resident Lexzy with her new running legs at the Running and Mobility Clinic. Amputees of all ages and abilities participated in mobility and running drills. 

Then, about 30 people enjoyed and learned a sport new to Portland- seated volleyball! And there was a swim clinic in between. It was a busy and full day of amazing athletes, new friendships, and lifelong positive changes toward active and healthy lifestyles!

Thanks to USA Sitting Volleyball National Team members Travis Ricks and Sam Surowiec for leading the sitting volleyball clinic. We hope to gain momentum to start a team here in Portland!

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