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This coming Saturday, athletes will gather in Mesa for the annual Arizona Paralympic Experience — an event showcasing track, field and archery events, and taking place from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Mesa High School.
Twenty-six junior athletes from Thailand will visit Mesa this month to compete in this year’s National Junior Disability Championships.
For the third time, Mesa will host the National Junior Disability Championships. The multi-sport competition has been an annual event since 1984 and held throughout the U.S.
Give ‘Em Hell Harry! coming to CGCC
DV Grad Night tickets
Akimel collecting athletic shoes
Kyrene to have 2 school board openings
It won’t be impossible for Arizona’s swimmers to break state records this year.
Eric Byrnes has opted against surgery on his torn left hamstring muscle, although he admitted Friday that even then there are no guarantees for his return this season.
The Sun Devil Water Polo Club is growing and gaining attention.
OK, so the Phoenix Coyotes are having a little trouble getting started this season.
Of course, summer is the time for the popularity of water sports to expand. But one local group — Sun Devil Water Polo Club — is trying to boost interest and participation in its sport, which has been around for quite a while.
The Scottsdale Fever, a fast-pitch softball organization with teams competing at the 10-and-under, 12-and-under and 14-and-under levels, has quite a few success stories to its credit this season.
Mesa Parks and Recreation’s adaptive recreation program is hosting an adaptive golf clinic Feb. 4, designed for youth and adults with a permanent physical disability. Youth and adults with disabilities such as amputation, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury or visual impairments are welcome.
Mesa Parks and Recreation's adaptive recreation program is hosting an adaptive golf clinic Feb. 4, designed for youth and adults with a permanent physical disability.
Nine-year old Zach Wharton loves to cheer on his older brother as he plays in various baseball tournaments throughout the year.
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July 9, 2004
Stephen Binning, 9, will be tough to beat in this year’s National Junior Disabled Sports Championships in Mesa.
Anthony Robles and Karl Prescott circle each other on the thin, yellow wrestling mat. "You get scared," says Robles’ mother, Judy.