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USABA Announces Success with Recent Events, Releases Calendar of Competitions

15 Nov, 2019


National Blind Sports Day a Success

Communities across the U.S. teamed up to celebrate the 2nd Annual National Blind Sports Day, presented by Healthy Vision Association, on October 5. In fact, the entire week was a nationwide celebration showcasing the abilities, opportunities and awareness of sports for the blind. Sports and fitness activities included tandem cycling, goalball, yoga, beep baseball, soccer, hockey and much more.

A big thank you to all our partnering agencies who put on events. National media took notice as the media reach around National Blind Sports Day events exceeded 10 million, including this article in South Florida Sun Sentinel. It's not too early to start planning for next year's celebration, so start thinking about activities that will showcase your organizations and the power of sports.

Application Period Open for 2020 Winter Sports Festivals

As the weather turns colder, thoughts turn to the coming winter and hitting the slopes on your skis or snowboard. Plan now to attend one of USABA's winter sports festivals in February. 

The 2020 Vermont Winter Ski Festival will take place in Killington, Vermont, February 7-10, followed by the Anthem Winter Sports Fest in Breckenridge, Colorado, February 26-March 1.

 

More information and applications can be found by clicking the hyperlink of each event above.

Calendar of Events

November 13-17: Camp No Sight No Limits Triathlon Camp - Encinitas, Calif.

November 14-16: 2019 USABA Youth Goalball National Championships - Austin, Texas

December 6-9: Blind Soccer National Team ID Camp - Chula Vista, Calif.

December 82019 USABA Marathon Nationals - Sacramento, Calif.

February 7-10: 2020 Vermont Winter Ski Festival - Killington, Vt.

?February 26-March 1: 2020 Anthem Winter Ski Festival - Breckenridge, Colo.

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