Paradox Sports Announces Dates for Paradox Water
Free Standup Paddleboard Events Organized for People with Disabilities
Boulder, CO – Paradox Sports, Adaptive Adventures and Sportainability have teamed-up to bring you Paradox Water, a series of stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) clinics at Lagerman Reservoir in Longmont, Colorado. Paradox Water is free and open to adults and children with physical disabilities, as well as family members, caregivers and close friends. The first event will take place Friday, July 5 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Registration is now open for the following dates: July 5, August 23 and September 28. Registration is required to ensure they have the resources available for each event. Please visit http://adaptiveadventures.org/event/2013/stand-paddleboard-evening-paddle-and-bbq to reserve your spot or email Sarah Leone at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
This is a great opportunity to relax after a busy week of work, connect with other like-minded people, and practice your paddleboard skills. Bring your own board or use the ones provided, they will have plenty to go around at the events. Instructors and volunteers will be on hand to give you tips and tricks for success on the water. No experience necessary, just a willingness to try a new sport or advance your skills and meet other people. Bring your own item to grill at the BBQ in July and August and they will provide the drinks, rolls, condiments, and snacks. In September, they will provide a full lunch and drinks for you!
Paradox Sports is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that improves the lives of people with physical disabilities by creating an adaptive sports community built to inspire. More information can be found at www.paradoxsports.org, or on their Facebook page.
Adaptive Adventures is an organization whose goal is to identify, promote, and provide progressive recreational opportunities for people with disabilities and their families.
Sportainability is an organization that assists in providing programming at all levels to mentally or physically injured individuals by strengthening the community in which they live.