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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Wilsonville's Kayla Bolnick is the Adaptive Sports NW Jr. Athlete of the Year and now off to the Angel City Games then the Junior Nationals in Wisconsin - Fox 12 Oregon Sports Final profile on tap for Sunday, July 3rd at 11pm. ...

Adaptive Sports NW shared PDX Summer Handcycling Series's event.

Come join us next Thursday for the Summer Handcycling Series Kick-Off event! 5-8pm at Lucky Lab Tap Room (1700 N. Killingsworth St.)

The Summer Handcycling Series at Portland International Raceway officially begins Tuesday, July 12th. Come out and ride!
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Summer Handcycling Series Kick-off Fundraiser!

June 30, 2016, 5:00pm

Lucky Lab

PLEASE NOTE: This is the Lucky Lab Tap Room located at 1700 N Killingsworth St. Join us on Thursday, June 30th from 5-8pm to visit with your favorite handcycling friends for good beer and good food at Lucky Lab in North Portland. There will be a raffle to raise funds to support the 5th annual PDX Summer Handcycling Series, starting July 12th at Portland International Raceway. Invite your friends and family and hope to see you there!

Summer Handcycling Series Kick-off Fundraiser!

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Yesterday, 3 awesome female athletes competed in the Run Track Town Youth League in Newberg. All 3 of them had a "first"- Elizabeth in the 400m, Candice in the 100m, and Emmy in the turbo Jav. Way to go Emmy, Elizabeth, and Candice! The future of track athletes in Oregon!
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Yesterday, 3 awesome female athletes competed in the Run Track Town Youth League in Newberg. All 3 of them had a first- Elizabeth in the 400m, Candice in the 100m, and Emmy in the turbo Jav. Way to go Emmy, Elizabeth, and Candice! The future of track athletes in Oregon!

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