Adaptive Cycling Rodeo for Kids
Oct
21
9:00am 9:00am

Adaptive Cycling Rodeo for Kids

SPARC, a Chapter of DSUSA, is hosting its 2017 Adaptive Cycling Rodeo for Kids.  The Adaptive Cycling Rodeo includes:

  • Bike Safety Clinic
  • Proper Helmet Fitting
  • Rules of the Road
  • Pizza, Soft Drinks, Water, and Other Refreshments will be Provided
  • Free T-Shirts for Participants
  • Adaptive Cycles will be Provided by SPARC for Use During Clinic.

Participants, family members (register as a volunteer), and volunteers please register online through this link:

 

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Adaptive Cycling
Oct
9
5:30pm 5:30pm

Adaptive Cycling

SPARC provides an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to participate in cycling along the beautiful Tennessee River.  Hand cycles, tandem bikes, and three-wheeled bikes are available for individuals who have physical and visual disabilities.  Outdoor Chattanooga also brings their bike fleet for additional support.  Depending on the type of cycle needed, participants will have to sign the liability waiver and be approved by the specific group that owns the cycle.   The cost is free.  Equipment is limited and pre-registration is required. 

Minimum Requirements for the Safety of Adaptive Cycling Participants

  1. Must have the cognitive ability to follow directions and instructions.
  2. Must be able to apply the brakes and come to a complete stop by the end of the first day of participation.
  3. Must be able to ride independently on the path with a volunteer by the third day of participation.
  4. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) must be one year post injury.
  5. Must not have medical issues which could endanger the participant, including seizures.
  6. Approved helmets must be worn by all riders.
  7. Participants, or guardians for participants under the age of 18, must sign liability release forms from SPARC, a Chapter of DSUSA.
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Sep
25
5:30pm 5:30pm

Adaptive Cycling

SPARC provides an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to participate in cycling along the beautiful Tennessee River.  Hand cycles, tandem bikes, and three-wheeled bikes are available for individuals who have physical and visual disabilities.  Outdoor Chattanooga also brings their bike fleet for additional support.  Depending on the type of cycle needed, participants will have to sign the liability waiver and be approved by the specific group that owns the cycle.   The cost is free.  Equipment is limited and pre-registration is required. 

Minimum Requirements for the Safety of Adaptive Cycling Participants

  1. Must have the cognitive ability to follow directions and instructions.
  2. Must be able to apply the brakes and come to a complete stop by the end of the first day of participation.
  3. Must be able to ride independently on the path with a volunteer by the third day of participation.
  4. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) must be one year post injury.
  5. Must not have medical issues which could endanger the participant, including seizures.
  6. Approved helmets must be worn by all riders.
  7. Participants, or guardians for participants under the age of 18, must sign liability release forms from SPARC, a Chapter of DSUSA.
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Sep
11
5:30pm 5:30pm

Adaptive Cycling

SPARC provides an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to participate in cycling along the beautiful Tennessee River.  Hand cycles, tandem bikes, and three-wheeled bikes are available for individuals who have physical and visual disabilities.  Outdoor Chattanooga also brings their bike fleet for additional support.  Depending on the type of cycle needed, participants will have to sign the liability waiver and be approved by the specific group that owns the cycle.   The cost is free.  Equipment is limited and pre-registration is required. 

Minimum Requirements for the Safety of Adaptive Cycling Participants

  1. Must have the cognitive ability to follow directions and instructions.
  2. Must be able to apply the brakes and come to a complete stop by the end of the first day of participation.
  3. Must be able to ride independently on the path with a volunteer by the third day of participation.
  4. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) must be one year post injury.
  5. Must not have medical issues which could endanger the participant, including seizures.
  6. Approved helmets must be worn by all riders.
  7. Participants, or guardians for participants under the age of 18, must sign liability release forms from SPARC, a Chapter of DSUSA.
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Sep
10
7:30am 7:30am

Volunteer for the Men's Ironman 70.3 World Championship

SPARC will have an Aid Station on the run course for the Ironman 70.3 World Championships. Many of you have volunteered for SPARC at other Ironman events and this will be very similar. The main difference is since this is such a big event with people coming in from all over the world it will be a 2 day event. Women will race on Saturday, September 9th and men will race on Sunday, September 10th. There will be 2 shifts on each day (7:30am-12pm and 12pm-5pm).

Some interesting facts about the Ironman 70.3 World Championships:

-The course will be accessible to physically challenged athletes including handcycles and racing chairs so we may see some of these athletes coming through our station.

-Our very own Connie Roberts qualified for the World Championships and will be racing on Saturday, September 9th.

-This is the first time any city has hosted the Ironman 70.3, Ironman 70.3 World Championships, and full Ironman in the same year.

-World's will not be back in Chattanooga in long time(if ever). In 2015 Worlds were held in Austria and then in Australia in 2016. In 2018 they will be in South Africa and in France in 2019.

-These will be the best of the best athletes from ALL OVER THE WORLD. Everyone had to qualify by placing top in their age group at previous races.

-This will be televised and coverage will be available WORLDWIDE. 

 

The link to register is listed below. If you didn't help out for the 70.3 this year and haven't created an account you will need to do so. To register, click the link and select the shift or shifts that you would like to help out with. PLEASE BE SURE TO VERIFY WHICH DAY AND SHIFT YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR! After clicking the "Register Now" button, enter your info and sign the waiver. You should receive a confirmation email.

https://vmodcui.active.com/responsive/eventGroups/687304/jobGroups/73502/jobs

You are more than welcome to sign up for more than one shift and even both days.

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Sep
9
7:30am 7:30am

Volunteer for the Women's Ironman 70.3 World Championships

SPARC will have an Aid Station on the run course for the Ironman 70.3 World Championships. Many of you have volunteered for SPARC at other Ironman events and this will be very similar. The main difference is since this is such a big event with people coming in from all over the world it will be a 2 day event. Women will race on Saturday, September 9th and men will race on Sunday, September 10th. There will be 2 shifts on each day (7:30am-12pm and 12pm-5pm).

Some interesting facts about the Ironman 70.3 World Championships:

-The course will be accessible to physically challenged athletes including handcycles and racing chairs so we may see some of these athletes coming through our station.

-Our very own Connie Roberts qualified for the World Championships and will be racing on Saturday, September 9th.

-This is the first time any city has hosted the Ironman 70.3, Ironman 70.3 World Championships, and full Ironman in the same year.

-World's will not be back in Chattanooga in long time(if ever). In 2015 Worlds were held in Austria and then in Australia in 2016. In 2018 they will be in South Africa and in France in 2019.

-These will be the best of the best athletes from ALL OVER THE WORLD. Everyone had to qualify by placing top in their age group at previous races.

-This will be televised and coverage will be available WORLDWIDE. 

 

The link to register is listed below. If you didn't help out for the 70.3 this year and haven't created an account you will need to do so. To register, click the link and select the shift or shifts that you would like to help out with. PLEASE BE SURE TO VERIFY WHICH DAY AND SHIFT YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR! After clicking the "Register Now" button, enter your info and sign the waiver. You should receive a confirmation email.

https://vmodcui.active.com/responsive/eventGroups/687304/jobGroups/73502/jobs

You are more than welcome to sign up for more than one shift and even both days.

 

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Aug
28
6:00pm 6:00pm

Adaptive Cycling

SPARC provides an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to participate in cycling along the beautiful Tennessee River.  Hand cycles, tandem bikes, and three-wheeled bikes are available for individuals who have physical and visual disabilities.  Outdoor Chattanooga also brings their bike fleet for additional support.  Depending on the type of cycle needed, participants will have to sign the liability waiver and be approved by the specific group that owns the cycle.   The cost is free.  Equipment is limited and pre-registration is required. 

Minimum Requirements for the Safety of Adaptive Cycling Participants

  1. Must have the cognitive ability to follow directions and instructions.
  2. Must be able to apply the brakes and come to a complete stop by the end of the first day of participation.
  3. Must be able to ride independently on the path with a volunteer by the third day of participation.
  4. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) must be one year post injury.
  5. Must not have medical issues which could endanger the participant, including seizures.
  6. Approved helmets must be worn by all riders.
  7. Participants, or guardians for participants under the age of 18, must sign liability release forms from SPARC, a Chapter of DSUSA.
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Aug
14
6:00pm 6:00pm

Adaptive Cycling

SPARC provides an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to participate in cycling along the beautiful Tennessee River.  Hand cycles, tandem bikes, and three-wheeled bikes are available for individuals who have physical and visual disabilities.  Outdoor Chattanooga also brings their bike fleet for additional support.  Depending on the type of cycle needed, participants will have to sign the liability waiver and be approved by the specific group that owns the cycle.   The cost is free.  Equipment is limited and pre-registration is required. 

Minimum Requirements for the Safety of Adaptive Cycling Participants

  1. Must have the cognitive ability to follow directions and instructions.
  2. Must be able to apply the brakes and come to a complete stop by the end of the first day of participation.
  3. Must be able to ride independently on the path with a volunteer by the third day of participation.
  4. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) must be one year post injury.
  5. Must not have medical issues which could endanger the participant, including seizures.
  6. Approved helmets must be worn by all riders.
  7. Participants, or guardians for participants under the age of 18, must sign liability release forms from SPARC, a Chapter of DSUSA.
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Jul
15
8:00am 8:00am

Water Ski Day

SPARC Water Ski Day is a safe and fun-filled day for the whole family.  Individuals with disabilities get a chance to experience adaptive water skiing, and adaptive skiers get to try other water sports as well including kayaking, tubing, boat rides and other lake activities.  Family members get to also participate in boat rides, tubing, kayaking, paddle boarding, and other lake activities.  Participation is limited to skiers who pre-register ONLY; there will be no same-day registration for this event. 

Registration is not yet open for this event.

 

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Jun
26
6:00pm 6:00pm

Adaptive Cycling

SPARC provides an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to participate in cycling along the beautiful Tennessee River.  Hand cycles, tandem bikes, and three-wheeled bikes are available for individuals who have physical and visual disabilities.  Outdoor Chattanooga also brings their bike fleet for additional support.  Depending on the type of cycle needed, participants will have to sign the liability waiver and be approved by the specific group that owns the cycle.   The cost is free.  Equipment is limited and pre-registration is required. 

Minimum Requirements for the Safety of Adaptive Cycling Participants

  1. Must have the cognitive ability to follow directions and instructions.
  2. Must be able to apply the brakes and come to a complete stop by the end of the first day of participation.
  3. Must be able to ride independently on the path with a volunteer by the third day of participation.
  4. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) must be one year post injury.
  5. Must not have medical issues which could endanger the participant, including seizures.
  6. Approved helmets must be worn by all riders.
  7. Participants, or guardians for participants under the age of 18, must sign liability release forms from SPARC, a Chapter of DSUSA.
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Adaptive Cycling
Jun
12
6:00pm 6:00pm

Adaptive Cycling

SPARC provides an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to participate in cycling along the beautiful Tennessee River.  Hand cycles, tandem bikes, and three-wheeled bikes are available for individuals who have physical and visual disabilities.  Outdoor Chattanooga also brings their bike fleet for additional support.  Depending on the type of cycle needed, participants will have to sign the liability waiver and be approved by the specific group that owns the cycle.   The cost is free.  Equipment is limited and pre-registration is required. 

Minimum Requirements for the Safety of Adaptive Cycling Participants

  1. Must have the cognitive ability to follow directions and instructions.
  2. Must be able to apply the brakes and come to a complete stop by the end of the first day of participation.
  3. Must be able to ride independently on the path with a volunteer by the third day of participation.
  4. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) must be one year post injury.
  5. Must not have medical issues which could endanger the participant, including seizures.
  6. Approved helmets must be worn by all riders.
  7. Participants, or guardians for participants under the age of 18, must sign liability release forms from SPARC, a Chapter of DSUSA.
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Jun
3
9:00am 9:00am

Volunteer Training for Water Sports Day

SPARC Water Sports Day will be held on Saturday, July 15, 2017.  Volunteers who plan to serve as pull boat drivers, side skiers, deep water starters, on-boat rope handlers/release pullers, or jet ski drivers who have not previously been trained for these positions must attend the SPARC Water Sports Training Day.  Volunteers are also needed on Water Sports Training Day to provide support in the areas of set up, volunteer registration, and meals.

Registration for this event will be open soon.

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Adaptive Cycling
May
22
6:00pm 6:00pm

Adaptive Cycling

SPARC provides an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to participate in cycling along the beautiful Tennessee River.  Hand cycles, tandem bikes, and three-wheeled bikes are available for individuals who have physical and visual disabilities.  Outdoor Chattanooga also brings their bike fleet for additional support.  Depending on the type of cycle needed, participants will have to sign the liability waiver and be approved by the specific group that owns the cycle.   The cost is free.  Equipment is limited and pre-registration is required. 

Minimum Requirements for the Safety of Adaptive Cycling Participants

  1. Must have the cognitive ability to follow directions and instructions.
  2. Must be able to apply the brakes and come to a complete stop by the end of the first day of participation.
  3. Must be able to ride independently on the path with a volunteer by the third day of participation.
  4. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) must be one year post injury.
  5. Must not have medical issues which could endanger the participant, including seizures.
  6. Approved helmets must be worn by all riders.
  7. Participants, or guardians for participants under the age of 18, must sign liability release forms from SPARC, a Chapter of DSUSA.
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Adaptive Cycling
May
8
6:00pm 6:00pm

Adaptive Cycling

SPARC provides an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to participate in cycling along the beautiful Tennessee River.  Hand cycles, tandem bikes, and three-wheeled bikes are available for individuals who have physical and visual disabilities.  Outdoor Chattanooga also brings their bike fleet for additional support.  Depending on the type of cycle needed, participants will have to sign the liability waiver and be approved by the specific group that owns the cycle.   The cost is free.  Equipment is limited and pre-registration is required. 

Minimum Requirements for the Safety of Adaptive Cycling Participants

  1. Must have the cognitive ability to follow directions and instructions.
  2. Must be able to apply the brakes and come to a complete stop by the end of the first day of participation.
  3. Must be able to ride independently on the path with a volunteer by the third day of participation.
  4. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) must be one year post injury.
  5. Must not have medical issues which could endanger the participant, including seizures.
  6. Approved helmets must be worn by all riders.
  7. Participants, or guardians for participants under the age of 18, must sign liability release forms from SPARC, a Chapter of DSUSA.
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Paratriathlon Training Clinic
May
6
to May 7

Paratriathlon Training Clinic

  • Girls Preparatory School (GPS) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

SPARC, A Chapter of DSUSA Paratriathlon Training Clinic

Saturday, May 6, 2017: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm & Sunday, May 7, 2017: 8:30 am - 1:30 pm EDT

SPARC, A Chapter of DSUSA, is proud to announce its second Paratriathlon Training Clinic with instruction provided by coaches from the Dare2tri Paratriathlon Club of Chicago, Illinois, which is also a Chapter of DSUSA. 

The clinic is open to athletes ages 16 and up of all experience levels.  The clinic will be held at the excellent facilities of the Girls Preparatory School (GPS), which is near downtown Chattanooga, and many hotels and restaurants.  The clinic will include one and a half days of training in swimming (pool), cycling/handcycling, running/pushing, transition, nutrition, and equipment maintenance.  The tentative schedule and registration information are listed below. 

Registration is tentatively limited to fifteen athletes, first-come, first-serve, due to limitation of coaches and equipment.  Registration is limited to athletes with physical or visual impairment that could be classified in one of the categories defined by ITU Paratriathlon Sport Classes (Categories) as listed on the USA Paratriathlon’s website:  https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Triathlon/USAT-for-Me/Athlete-Resources/Paratriathletes/Classifications.  Registration fee is $25.  Lunch will be provided on both days.  Registrants are responsible for making their own hotel arrangements. 

 Tentative Schedule of Activities:

Saturday, May 6th, 2017

8:30-9:00 AM    Arrival, Check-in, Registration, GPS Lobby

9:00-9:30 AM    Welcome/Introductions GPS Lobby

9:45-10:45 AM  Equipment Fit   GPS Parking Lot

11:00-12:15 PM Session 1 (Swim entire group)  GPS Pool

12:30-1:15 PM  Lunch - GPS Lobby

1:15-1:30 PM    Load up and Transport to Bike Trail     

1:30-2:45 PM    Session 2 (Group A Bike, Group B Run/Push) - Bike Trail

3:00-4:15 PM     Session 3 (Group A run/push, Group B Bike)  - Bike Trail

4:30-5:30 PM     Paratriathlon 101 and Rio Paralympics Presentation

5:30 PM             Depart

 

Sunday, May 7th

8:30-9:00 AM     Arrival/Check-in

9:15-10:15 AM   Open Water Swim Skills (whole group)

10:30-11:30 AM Transition (whole group)

11:45-1:15 PM    Brick Work Out

1:30 PM               LUNCH/Depart

 

Biographies of Coaches

Dan Tun – Co-founder and Coach:  Dan is a USA Triathlon Level I, USA Triathlon Youth & Junior, and USA Hockey Level III certified coach and specializes in adaptive and Paralympic sports.  He was previously the Special Recreation Coordinator for the Chicago Park District.   Dan has completed an Ironman and has also guided multiple runners and triathletes with disabilities as they completed various races across the Chicago area.

Stacee Seay - Head Coach:  Stacee holds a USA Triathlon Level I coaching certification and a USA Cycling Level III certification.  Stacee has a great passion for swimming, cycling, and running, and she has been a competitive cyclist for many years.  Her true zeal for adaptive sport is evident when she uses her knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology, which translates into carefully structured and purposeful training plans that boost performance for athletes of all ability levels.  Stacee has been working with athletes with physical disabilities since 2008 and she has used this experience to enhance her ability to create personalized training plans for each of her athletes, as well as keep workouts fun and challenging for a group.

Sofia Anastasopoulos:  Sofia began her journey in adaptive sports in 2010, when she began working with the University of Illinois Wheelchair Track Team.  She graduated with her B.S. in Kinesiology from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign and subsequently her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2014 from the University of Illinois in Chicago.  She has assisted with Dare2Tri for several seasons, specifically with the wheelchair racing portion.

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Adaptive Cycling
Apr
24
6:00pm 6:00pm

Adaptive Cycling

SPARC provides an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to participate in cycling along the beautiful Tennessee River.  Hand cycles, tandem bikes, and three-wheeled bikes are available for individuals who have physical and visual disabilities.  Outdoor Chattanooga also brings their bike fleet for additional support.  Depending on the type of cycle needed, participants will have to sign the liability waiver and be approved by the specific group that owns the cycle.   The cost is free.  Equipment is limited and pre-registration is required. 

Minimum Requirements for the Safety of Adaptive Cycling Participants

  1. Must have the cognitive ability to follow directions and instructions.
  2. Must be able to apply the brakes and come to a complete stop by the end of the first day of participation.
  3. Must be able to ride independently on the path with a volunteer by the third day of participation.
  4. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) must be one year post injury.
  5. Must not have medical issues which could endanger the participant, including seizures.
  6. Approved helmets must be worn by all riders.
  7. Participants, or guardians for participants under the age of 18, must sign liability release forms from SPARC, a Chapter of DSUSA.
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Adaptive Cycling
Apr
10
6:00pm 6:00pm

Adaptive Cycling

SPARC provides an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to participate in cycling along the beautiful Tennessee River.  Hand cycles, tandem bikes, and three-wheeled bikes are available for individuals who have physical and visual disabilities.  Outdoor Chattanooga also brings their bike fleet for additional support.  Depending on the type of cycle needed, participants will have to sign the liability waiver and be approved by the specific group that owns the cycle.   The cost is free.  Equipment is limited and pre-registration is required. 

Minimum Requirements for the Safety of Adaptive Cycling Participants

  1. Must have the cognitive ability to follow directions and instructions.
  2. Must be able to apply the brakes and come to a complete stop by the end of the first day of participation.
  3. Must be able to ride independently on the path with a volunteer by the third day of participation.
  4. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) must be one year post injury.
  5. Must not have medical issues which could endanger the participant, including seizures.
  6. Approved helmets must be worn by all riders.
  7. Participants, or guardians for participants under the age of 18, must sign liability release forms from SPARC, a Chapter of DSUSA.
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Wheelchair Basketball
Mar
4
10:00am10:00am

Wheelchair Basketball

Overview: These are "pick-up games", which are designed to encourage skill development, recreational wheelchair basketball play opportunities and community awareness on a monthly basis. The program is designed for individuals with physical disabilities/mobility impairments along with individuals without disabilities that want to encourage inclusive opportunities. All participants must meet the following requirements:

Minimum Requirements for the Safety of Participants:

1. Must have the cognitive ability to follow directions and instructions.

2. Must be able to stop the wheelchair quickly and appropriately maneuver chair safely during participation.

3. Must not have medical issues which could endanger the participant, including seizures.

4. Minimum age for all participants in 15. 

5. Participants, or guardians for participants under the age of 18, must sign liability release forms from SPARC, A Chapter of DSUSA. 

 6.  The weight limit of SPARC's chairs is 250 lbs; the maximum weight is based upon chair specifications.  Someone over that weight may bring their own chair to participate in. 

7.  Participants must follow all NWBA rules and regulations in order to facilitate safe and fair play.

8.  Must have basic ball control skills (or the ability to develop skills) including: throwing, catching, and passing.

COST: FREE

CONTACT: To sign up, please email SPARC at sparc@sparctn.org. 

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Wheelchair Basketball
Feb
11
10:00am10:00am

Wheelchair Basketball

Overview: These are "pick-up games", which are designed to encourage skill development, recreational wheelchair basketball play opportunities and community awareness on a monthly basis. The program is designed for individuals with physical disabilities/mobility impairments along with individuals without disabilities that want to encourage inclusive opportunities. All participants must meet the following requirements:

Minimum Requirements for the Safety of Participants:

1. Must have the cognitive ability to follow directions and instructions.

2. Must be able to stop the wheelchair quickly and appropriately maneuver chair safely during participation.

3. Must not have medical issues which could endanger the participant, including seizures.

4. Minimum age for all participants in 15. 

5. Participants, or guardians for participants under the age of 18, must sign liability release forms from SPARC, A Chapter of DSUSA. 

 6.  The weight limit of SPARC's chairs is 250 lbs; the maximum weight is based upon chair specifications.  Someone over that weight may bring their own chair to participate in. 

7.  Participants must follow all NWBA rules and regulations in order to facilitate safe and fair play.

8.  Must have basic ball control skills (or the ability to develop skills) including: throwing, catching, and passing.

COST: FREE

CONTACT: To sign up, please email SPARC at sparc@sparctn.org. 

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2016 Little Debbie Ironman Chattanooga (Volunteer Opportunity)
Sep
25
12:00pm12:00pm

2016 Little Debbie Ironman Chattanooga (Volunteer Opportunity)

SPARC volunteers will be working a Run Aid Station during the Little Debbie Ironman Chattanooga 🏊🚴🏃. We need people to help hand out food and water to the athletes as well as cheer them on to the finish. There are 3 shifts:  Noonish to 4 pm, 4 pm to 8 pm, 8 pm to the end.  If you want to join in on our luau🌴 click on the link below. Scroll down to one of the SPARC shifts, and type in the password (volunteer).  You will receive an email confirmation. 

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Adaptive Cycling Rodeo for Kids
Sep
17
9:00am 9:00am

Adaptive Cycling Rodeo for Kids

The Adaptive Cycling Rodeo for Kids is a fun half-day event that includes:

  • T-shirts for participants
  • Bike Safety Clinic
  • Proper helmet fitting
  • Rules of the road

Refreshments will be provided.

Adaptive cycles will be provided for use by SPARC.

To register as a participant for this event, please click on the following link:

Registration for SPARC-DSUSA Adaptive Cycling Rodeo for Kids

All registrants (both volunteers and participants) are required to sign a liability waiver form.  To save time on the day of the event, please print the following form, sign it, and bring it with you on the day of the event.  If you are not able to print the form, you may sign one on the day of the event. 

DSUSA Waiver & Release of Liability Form

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Water Sports Day
Jul
16
8:00am 8:00am

Water Sports Day

SPARC Water Sports Day is a safe and fun-filled day for the whole family.  Individuals with disabilities get a chance to experience adaptive water skiing and kayaking, as well as tubing and boat rides and other lake activities.  Family members get to also participate in boat rides, tubing, kayaking, paddle boarding, and other lake activities.  Participation is limited to Pre-Registration ONLY; there will be no same-day registration for this event. 

To register as a volunteer for this event, please click on the following link:

Volunteer Registration for SPARC - DSUSA Water Sports 2016

All registrants (both volunteers and participants) are required to sign a liability waiver form.  To save time on the day of the event, please print the following form, sign it, and bring it with you on the day of the event.  If you are not able to print the form, you may sign one on the day of the event. 

DSUSA Waiver & Release of Liability Form

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Jun
20
9:00am 9:00am

Volunteer Training for Water Sports Day

SPARC Water Sports Day will be held on Saturday, July 18, 2015.  Volunteers who plan to serve as pull boat drivers, side skiers, deep water starters, on-boat rope handlers/release pullers, or jet ski drivers must attend the SPARC Water Sports Training Day.  Volunteers are also needed on Water Sports Training Day to provide support in the areas of set up, volunteer registration, and meals.

To register as a volunteer for the SPARC Water Sports Training Day and/or the Water Sports Day, please click the link below. 

Volunteer Registration for SPARC Water Sports 2015

All registrants for SPARC Water Sports events must also print and sign a liability waiver form.  Please click on the following link to access and print the liability release form. Please bring this form with you to the Water Sports Training Day.  You only need to sign one liability release form to participate in SPARC water events this year. 

DSUSA Waiver and Liability Release Form

 

 

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