Gateway to Gold U.S. Paralympics (July 31; Pasadena, CA)
Dr. Eileen Fowler shares that Gateway to Gold is a talent identification program that was designed by U.S. Paralympics to help identify athletic individuals with physical disabilities and visual impairments with an aptitude for sports. Partners in adaptive sports programs around the country are helping Team USA accomplish this goal by facilitating talent ID days. The Rose Bowl Aquatic Center has been selected by U.S. Paralympics to host a Talent ID day on Thursday, July 31st at 360 N. Arroyo, Pasadena, Calif.
The Gateway to Gold event will introduce individuals with physical disabilities and visual impairments, including youth, adults and military veterans, to the Paralympics sports of cycling, track and field and sitting volleyball with of the goal to identify hopefuls for future U.S. Paralympics Teams. As a part of the clinic, prospective athletes will be tested on a variety of skills that can help determine their aptitude for Paralympics sport.
This event is free to interested athletes/participants, and attendees will have the chance to meet Paralympics medalists. We encourage you to share Information about the event with anyone you think might be interested. To register for the event click here. For information on the Gateway to Gold program and other events offered, click here.