Veteran Adaptive Sports held the annual Ski Telluride February 3 – 10. In conjunction with our partners, Telluride Adaptive Sports Program (TASP), our disabled veterans learned to ski and for those experienced, trained to improve their skills. Each year we strive to keep our disabled veterans healthy and have them continue in adaptive sports all year long. All are veterans showed up fit and ready to go!
Veterans Adaptive Sports sent disabled veterans on our first trip to Steamboat Springs on January 7-10 for a week of instruction and skiing. All did well, worked hard and improved their skills.
Doug Tuttle and Chuck Kays present awards to thank Branson Rector and James Padden for their support and hard work which make scuba diving possible for the disabled veterans of Veterans Adaptive Sports. Celebrated on June 25, 2017 at Key Largo.
Veterans Adaptive Sports in conjunction Veterans Ocean Adventures held the 3rd Annual Scuba Camp in Key Largo Florida June 24 -25, 2017. Aboard 2 dive boats from Ocean Divers, our disabled veterans and family members completed 4 scuba dives on the reefs off Key Largo. Also included was 1 wreck dive. We encourage family members to partake in the adaptive diving to help our disabled dive and recreate all year round. Leading healthy lives is always our ultimate goal.
In conjunction with Telluride Adaptive Sports Program (TASP), VAS held its first adaptive bike event, a 3 day bike ride in Moab Utah on May 24, 2017. Our disabled veterans must train year round and be in great shape to endure what is a very strenuous daily activity. Hats off to these veterans who inspire others to live healthy and stay in shape despite the challenges they face.