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  • K Kids (12 and under)

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http://www.activeamp.org/

Clearing house of information on amputee sports, adaptive sports, disability sports and activities for amputees who have or want an active lifestyle.

http://www.amputee-running.com/

A personal story about one woman's quest to return to running after losing most of her right leg to necrotizing fasciitis. With pictures and videos of the training process.

http://www.ampsoccer.org/

Provides an opportunity for recreational soccer programs for men, women and children on the local and regional levels, and competitive programs to the international and Amputee World Cup Levels.

http://www.jenniferschuble.com/

Paralympic cyclist. Includes profile, photo gallery, resume and media coverage.

http://www.adnpage.org/

Honors Michigan's disabled athletes. Includes a roll of honour and profiles of Mary Stack, Robert Brown and Ray Brown.

http://canadianblindsports.ca/

Mission statement, information on sports and events, and newsletters.

http://www.usaba.org/

This organization supports community out-reach and provides training for blind and visually impaired US athletes in multiple sports. Site contains event calendar, online newsletter, and contacts.

http://www.nbba.org/

Rules of the game, history and contacts for this form of baseball developed for blind and visually impaired individuals; organization is based in the United States.

http://www.absf.org/

Volunteer organization that provides blind children and adults opportunities to build confidence and independence through skiing. Includes photographs and newsletter.

http://www.taasports.org/

Offers water skiing instruction for the physically and mentally challenged.

http://www.nscd.org/

Provides therapeutic recreation and competitive opportunities for children and adults with disabilities. Based in Winter Park, Colorado.

http://www.usarc.org/

Offers summer and winter sports programs; based in Big Bear, California.

http://www.splore.org/

Trip details, costs, events and contacts for this organization that provides rafting, skiing, rock climbing and canoeing opportunities in Utah.

http://campacorn.org/

Day camp for children and young adults with disabilities. Programs and application form. New Jersey

http://www.powertobe.ca/

Programs and contacts from this company offering recreation for the disabled enthusiast; located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

http://ironstonefarm.org/

Non-profit organizations established to serve individuals with and without disabilities using the animals and environment of Ironstone Farm in Andover Massachusetts.

http://www.ocpsa.com/

Calendar of events, competitions results, organization contacts, and related links.

http://www.deaflympics.com/

This organization administers the World Games for the Deaf, and provides historical information on the development of sports for the deaf, as well as regional contacts.

http://www.maad.org/

Contains club, contact and tournament information for the Midwestern United States.

http://usdssa.org/

Event and trip calendars, convention news, and contacts for this organization that manages selection for the US Deaf Alpine Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing and Snowboarding teams.

http://www.dummyhoy.com/

Career and achievements of William Ellsworth 'Dummy' Hoy (1862-1961), the first deaf Major League baseball player.

http://www.assc-cdsa.com/

Administration information as well as provincial and sports-specific contacts for this organization which oversees deaf sports in Canada.

http://www.nrad.org/

History, board members and events.

http://www.usadtf.org/

Organization information, including a hall of fame, elite training programs and contacts, records and links to deaf sports-related sites.

http://www.eaad.us/

Provides training and athletic competition in a variety of sports to deaf and hard of hearing people.

http://www.usdeafsports.org/

History, directory, event calendar, committees and links to sports-specific organizations.

http://www.edso.eu/

Organizes European championships and qualifying competitions. News, history, meetings, championships, entry forms and statistics.

http://www.albertadeafsports.ca/

Provincial activities, event calendar, youth camps, programs, and administration information for this organization that oversees hearing-impaired sports in Alberta, Canada.

http://www.nbad.org/

News, daily standings, reports, tournaments and about the organization.

http://www.svaccd.org/

Meetings, membership information, constitution and events.