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Take a look into the growth of what started as a grassroots effort by two people working from home in 1975 to become today's 40th anniversary issue of SPORTS 'N SPOKES.
Inaugural SPORTS 'N SPOKES Junior Athlete of the Year Award winner keeps racing
Adaptive climbing, or para-climbing, helps athletes grow in muscle and in spirit.
Three African refugees made their way to America's desert southwest, where they've found a haven in wheelchair basketball.
African refugees develop basketball bond
Whether it's trying to win that first gold medal or preparing for bigger events down the road, this month's Desert Challenge Games provide a big test for all participants.
Up to $8 million in grants available for adaptive sports opportunities
Wisconsin-Whitewater nets men's championship, while Alabama takes women's title
USA goes 3-0 in Americas Wheelchair Basketball Challenge
Quebec wins Canada Winter Games
South Korea and Sweden heading to A-Pool in 2017
Team USA sets 28 records
25 athletes named to International Paralympic Swimming World Championships' team
Two wheelchair tennis players take Cajun Classic singles and doubles titles
City is in fantastic shape, according to IPC
They feature material from three points in the Western Hemisphere
Wheelchair tennis gold medalist named PTR Wheelchair Professional of the Year
Six-time Paralympic medalist to be inducted into International Tennis Hall of Fame
U.S. Paralympics Track & Field National Championships coming to Minnesota this summer
Freedom Chair is like a mountain bike for your arms
Bisnett, Schar and Van Dyk earn honors
Cliff and Nancy Crase helped change wheelchair sports coverage