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Opening Ceremonies were about to begin for the 25th Annual National Junior Disability Championships (NJDC) a program under Wheelchair Sports, USA (WSUSA) and the 3rd International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Junior World Games (IWAS) where 420 of the world's best junior athletes from 25 states and 20 countries dressed in their team colors marched past the stands behind the flag of their state or country.
MWAA is affiliated with Wheelchair Sports, USA (WSUSA) the international Wheelchair Athletic Association and numerous other professional and amateur sporting and wheelchair sporting organizations.
html Voyageur Outward Bound School 111 Third Ave S, Ste 120 Minneapolis, MN 55401-2551 (800) 328-2943, (612) 338-0131 fax: (612) 338-3540 Backpacking, canoeing, caving, dogsledding, kayaking, leadership seminars, mountain biking, mountaineering, sailing, skiing (cross country), snowboarding, white-water rafting Wheelchair Sports, USA 3595 E Fountain Blvd, Ste L1 Colorado Springs, CO 80910 (719) 574-1150 fax: (719) 574-9840 e-mail: wsusa@aol.
As the United States member organization to IWAS, Wheelchair Sports, USA will field a team to this event that has been titled by the organizing committee as the Tribute to World Peace Games.
Wheelchair Sports, USA, long a supporter of athletes with disabilities, has been under a re-organization since early 2003.
Ninety-six people turned out at the Roosevelt Institute of Rehabilitation in Warm Springs, Georgia, on May 18 for the Grand Opening of the Wheelchair Sports, USA Hall of Fame.
Lauren Reynolds, a 22-year-old Basking Ridge, NJ, native, is the Wheelchair Sports, USA Female Athlete of the Year.
Steve Pate, known for his punishing style of play on the quad rugby court, is the 2001 Wheelchair Sports, USA Male Athlete of the Year.