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  • Did you know that ParaSport Spokane is identified as the Paralympic Sport Club of the Inland Northwest? As the most diverse multi-sport, multi-disability entity  in the Inland Northwest, ParaSport Spokane offers on-going programming for persons with physical disabilities. Our membership and impact includes athletes and coaches not only from Spokane, but also from Moses Lake, […]

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  • It is October! That means that our Strength & Conditioning and Wheelchair Basketball Programs are rolling full steam ahead. We welcome anyone who is interested in joining us to see what we are all about. We are always looking for new athletes and volunteers Thursday: Strength & Conditioning -6:00pm -1428 W Broadway, Spokane, WA Friday: Wheelchair […]

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  • The Paralympic Games open in Rio De Janeiro on Sept 7 At the Games, 4,350 athletes from 160 Countries will compete in 22 sports using the same facilities, same venues and same village as the Olympic Games. Team USA is comprised of 289 athletes. The track and field team, specifically, has 72 athletes competing in […]

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  • What started out as a chilly morning was warmed up by some great performances and turned into a beautiful day for Bloomsday! Eight ParaSport Spokane athletes raced the 12km/7.46mile distance today. Among the crew, there were two rookies:  Isaiah Rigo (33:32) PR Spencer Kimbro (36.05) PR Phillip Croft (37.36) -First time Bloomie! Michael Hoyt (40.56) […]

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  • For the first time since ParaSport Spokane started in 2013, three teams are competing at the NWBA National Championship Tournaments. The Women’s Team already competed at Nationals in March. This week, it is the Prep Squad and the Juniors who are heading to Louisville KY! In Louisville, they will take part in the largest wheelchair […]

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