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:: THE SPOKE SPOTLIGHT ::
Wheels Up! Wrap Up

Meet the winners of this year's Wheels Up! Photo Contest


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:: SPOKES IN ACTION ::
Wheels UP! First-Place Winner

Meet this year's Wheels UP! Photo Contest girst-place winner, Juliet Justice

:: THE SPOKES TRAINER ::

If you’re unable to make it to the gym, here are some ways you can get a good workout in at home.



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:: SPOKE OF THE WEEK ::
Photo of the week

Players from the Nebraska Red Dawgs and Rancho Renegades recently went head to head at the 2018 West Coast Conference Bid Regional. (Photo by Christopher Di Virgilio).

July 2002 Table of Contents

KEEP YOUR COOL

Check out some "cool" products and places that can help you beat the heat.

ON TOP DOWN UNDER

Looking for some adrenaline-pumping activity while surrounded by amazing scenery? Head Down Under!

DESERT CHALLENGE

Could the first team of people with disabilities ever to compete in the prestigious Baja 1000 off-road race even hope to survive—let alone win?

BLAZESPORTS GOES NATIONAL

With ten charter programs this first year, BlazeSports Clubs of America will reach more youths than ever before.

Also in this issue:

In My Opinion:

Editor Cliff Crase acknowledges that in some quarters there remains a longing to revive the old National Wheelchair Games concept.

Juniors:

A weekend in Maryland helped five young teams realize their dream of more hockey than they could handle.

Shooting:

Rain didn't appear to have any negative effect on the 14th Annual Cal-Diego Trapshoot.

Basketball:

An undefeated men's wheelchair-basketball team takes home yet another title.

Playbook:

The WSUSA Hall of Fame opens (finally), and adaptive golf cars are put to the test.

Fitness:

With the right program, you can increase your strength and endurance.

Performance:

Wheelchair Sports Hall of Famer Marty Ball has some unusual stories to tell.

Training:

How to get the most out of sprint training.

Scorecard:

News about an elite track meet, the East Texas Games, who won the world rugby title, and who finished when at Bloomsday.

Timeout:

Is it time for wheelchair tennis to adopt a classification system?



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