2014 National Junior Disability Championships Kick off July 5th
The National Junior Disability Championships are an Olympic-style competition that provides the opportunity for physically disabled youth to compete in various athletic events. These talented athletes all have disabilities such as spinal cord injuries, cerebral palsy, visual impairments, blindness, limb deficiencies, limb amputations and other congenital anomalies. Athletes have the opportunity to compete in several sports including swimming, archery, track and field, table tennis and weightlifting.
Those eligible for the National Junior Disability Championships must be between the ages of 7 and 21 and have met the appropriate Disabled Sports Organization (DSO) qualifying standards at a sanctioned regional qualifying competition.
BlazeSports has athletes competing in swimming, archery, powerlifting and track and field competitions.
Swimming Archery Track & Field
Victoria Beelner Collin Lancaster Bryan Powell
Collin Lancaster Curran Brown
McClain Hermes Collin Lancaster
Trey Davis JaQue Billingsley
Fred Lamback – Coach