More than a hundred recently disabled Veterans have descended upon San Diego for this year’s National Veterans Summer Sports Clinic for a week of cycling, surfing, sailing, kayaking and more–all to help Veterans reengage in life using adaptive sports, and meeting fellow Vets along the way.

VA’s Adaptive Sports team is on the ground to bring you the latest news, stories, and photos from all the events. Be sure to check out our Flickr photo set, which will be updated daily. And if you’re on Twitter, follow @VAAdaptiveSport and the #NVSSC hashtag.

Want to see what the clinic is all about? Check out over 200 photos from last year’s event.

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Published on Sep. 17, 2012

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  1. Don Quixote September 17, 2012 at 5:35 pm
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    compensation/disablity claim still after over 1 year under review,no income,benefits,healthcare,always critical… penis dark and discolored,really small indication of hemo poisioning. weak and fatigued coming down with virus,anxiety. same old shit ,no account information even with account access authorization. thanks again.

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