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Upcoming Sports and Fitness Events

To learn more about any upcoming event, call 312-238-5001. Dates/Events

April

10-13: RIC Blackhawks at USA Disabled Sled Hockey Festival, Marlborough, MA

14: RIC Adaptive Golf Program Season Begins

15-17: Caring for Kids Spring Break Camp

18: RIC and Blaze Sports host a Veterans Boccia Clinic, Northeastern University, Chicago

29: Indoor Cycling Time Trial hosted by RIC, CPD and Dare2Tri @ Focso Park, Chicago

May

6: RIC Cubs Wheelchair Softball Practice Begins, Chicago

10: River Bank Run 25K, Grand Rapids, MI

12: Fitness Center Classes Summer Session Begins

14-18: Boccia Nationals, East Lansing, MI

18: Last day of RIC Boccia practice

21: RIC Community Archery Clinic and Competition

23: Caring for Kids Teen Night

25: Bike the Drive, Chicago

30- June 1: Kansas Adaptive Cycling Omnium, Witchita, KS

31: Glencoe Granp Prix Criterium Race, Glencoe, IL

31: RIC Archery Clinic and Competition at Blackwell Forest Preserve, DuPage County, IL

See a complete list of upcoming events and programs...

Power Soccer

When: Sundays, 2:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.
Where: Menomonee Club Drucker Center, 1535 North Dayton Street, Chicago (Near North Avenue and Halsted Street)
Season: October–May
Contact:

Program Coordinator: Jason Stubbeman at 312-238-5010 or jstubbeman@ric.org

or Instructor: Cathy Sioson at 312-315-9740

Power soccer is the first competitive sport designed and developed specifically for power wheelchair users. Athlete’s disabilities include quadriplegia, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, and many others. The game is played in a gymnasium on a regulation basketball court. Two teams of four players attack, defend, and spin-kick a 13-inch soccer ball in a skilled and challenging game similar to able bodied soccer. The United States Power Soccer Association (USPSA) sets forth the laws of the game and oversees sanctioned tournaments. 

The RIC Warriors are looking for athletes interested in competing in power soccer! If you or someone you know is interested in learning more, please contact, Jason Stubbeman, Adaptive Sports Coordinator at 1-312-238-5010 or at jstubbeman@ric.org.

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