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Hey all you ASNW Track & Field athletes-practice starts March 12th!
Contact Jordyn, Jordyn@adaptivesportsnw.org, to sign up for the program.
www.adaptivesportsnw.org/wp-content/uploads/flyers/T&F_2017_flyer.pdf
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Hey all you ASNW Track & Field athletes-practice starts March 12th!
Contact Jordyn, Jordyn@adaptivesportsnw.org, to sign up for the program.
http://www.adaptivesportsnw.org/wp-content/uploads/flyers/T&F_2017_flyer.pdf

Joanie Keen, Kipp Wesslen and 2 others like this

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Zach AbbottI'm moving back to Portland April 5th and would like to volunteer to help out with this. Who would I contact?

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Adaptive Sports NW added 44 new photos to the album: OSAA State Swim Meet — at Mt. Hood Community College.

This year our Para-athletes helped their high school team earn points towards a State Championship! Congrats swimmers!
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This year our Para-athletes helped their high school team earn points towards a State Championship!  Congrats swimmers!

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Brandi BolnickSo excited for the inclusion of these para athletes. But there are so many things still wrong with this system! Lets really make them equal with additional events, make each race equal (not for placement) since really they don't have the same ability, let's get a podium that includes wheelchairs.... the list goes on

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Adaptive Sports NW shared Portland Pounders's post.

Congratulations to The Portland Pounders, finishing 5th at The Rugby Rave in Phoenix, AZ this past weekend!
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Two great games today for the Portland Pounders. 2-2 playing for 5th & 6th tomorrow.

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