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2017 Adaptive Sports USA Junior Nationals Competition returns to Middleton

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Courtesy: Adaptive Sports USA Junior Nationals 2017 Courtesy: Adaptive Sports USA Junior Nationals 2017
Courtesy: Adaptive Sports USA Junior Nationals 2017 Courtesy: Adaptive Sports USA Junior Nationals 2017

MIDDLETON (WKOW) -- The Adaptive Sports USA Junior Nationals 2017 will be held on the campus of Middleton High school the week of July 15th - 22nd.

Athletes with physical disabilities from the ages of six to twenty two years of age from all over the United States will compete in track & field, archery, swimming, table tennis, air guns, powerlifting and para-triathlon.

“The Adaptive Sports USA Junior Nationals has a long tradition of transforming the lives of athletes with physical disabilities”, said Gregg Baumgarten , Event Director. “We are thrilled to have Middleton again host this year’s event and welcome the competitors, parents and coaches to Wisconsin.”

The Adaptive Sports USA Junior Nationals event is held annually at a different location throughout the United States. Junior Nationals was first held in 1984 in Delaware and is the oldest, continuously held competitive sports event for junior athletes with physical disabilities in North America.

Volunteers are still needed for the Middleton event.

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