• Marine Veterans’ wheelchair basketball rivalry

    Marine Veterans Raul Acosta and Eugene Tatom started as basketball rivals but have developed a lifelong friendship that transcends sports.

  • Curling, pickleball debut at Veterans Wheelchair Games

    The largest wheelchair rehab event for Veterans with spinal cord injuries, amputations and other neurological conditions is underway.

  • From Afghanistan to Aspen, USMC Veteran Ryan Garza pushes boundaries

    Marine Veteran Amputee Ryan Garza crosses snowboarding off his bucket list at the 36th National Disabled Veterans Winter Sport Clinic.

  • Winter Clinic: “A disability doesn’t define us. It is just a part of us.”

    Army, Coast Guard, Veteran amputee Gayle-Jayne Allyson completed her first Winter Clinic run in a bi-ski at Snowmass Village in Colorado.

  • Registration open for 2022 National Veterans Summer Sports Clinic in San Diego

    Registration for the 2022 National Veterans Summer Sports Clinic is open until April 1 and limited to the first 150 Veteran applicants.

  • Perfect New England weather for VA Summer Sports Clinic

    More than 200 Veterans from across the country participated in the National Veterans Summer Sports Clinic At-Home.

  • Veterans experience adaptive sports at Summer Sports Clinic Cycling event

    This year’s Summer Sports Clinic cycling event featured a 30-mile round trip ride on adaptive cycles provided by the Wounded Warrior Project.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Coast Guard Veteran Chris

    After a plane crash lead to his paralysis, VA introduced Chris to adaptive skiing. One run down the mountain gave him his life back.

  • Golden Age Game Veterans participate in 1,200-mile race

    Golden Age Veterans setting off on 1200-mile cycling race. Part of the virtual National Veterans Golden Age Games. Goal: “Fitness for Life”

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Marine Corps Veteran Jon

    Marine Corps Veteran, Jon, injured in Iraq and medically discharged. With VA’s help, Jon was able to carry the flag at the Paralympic Games.

  • Meet the 21 military Veterans representing Team USA at the Paralympic Games

    The 2020 Paralympic Summer Games kick off with opening ceremonies on Aug. 24 in Tokyo, Japan. Competition begins Aug. 25 and concludes Sept. 6. Nearly 4,400 athletes, representing 100 countries will compete in the Paralympics.

  • National Veterans Wheelchair Games motivates first-time competitor

    Army Veteran Kristie Townsend is competing for the first time at the National Veterans Wheelchair Games, which has been shown her a whole new world of opportunity.

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