RIC Military Sport Programs
RIC Military Sports Camp
RIC Military Sports Camp is designed for injured military personnel with a primary physical disability. Introductory-level athletes are invited to learn from elite-level coaches and enjoy all Chicago has to offer.
Local ground transportation, lodging, meals, and program activities are provided to military personnel at no cost. A small travel stipend may be available to help offset the cost of travel to Chicago.
Ongoing Military Sports Programming
Learn the fundamentals of archery for fun or for competition. Equipment and coaching will be available on site. Tournaments and competitive opportunities are available for those interested.
Time/Location: Wednesdays, 7:45–9:00 p.m., Archery Bow Range Chicago, 1757 N. Kimball Ave., Chicago.
Reaching new heights! The RIC Rock Climbing program is the newest addition to the sports line-up.
The following dates are set for climbing - please note these dates are only open to current or former military service personnel who have a primary physical disability.
- July 30
- August 13
- August 27
Registration is required. If you are interested in registering to climb on one of these dates or would like more information, contact Jason Stubbeman or 312-238-5010.
Ride for fun, fitness, or competition. Join the RIC Sports handcycling program for rides along the lakefront during the summer months or indoor CompuTrainer™ during the winter. Handcycles (arm-powered bikes) are available for use and participants are welcome to bring their own cycles too.
Time/Location: Tuesday and Thursday 3:00–6:00 p.m. at RIC Adapted Sports and Fitness Center (541 N. Fairbanks Ct., Mezzanine - FALL/WINTER). Outdoors in the summer. Call for locations.
For More Information Contact:
Jason Stubbeman, Adaptive Sports Coordinator, at 312-238-5010 or firstname.lastname@example.org.