Track and Field, adaptive
Learn about wheelchair racing, running, shot put, javelin, discus and more. Our expert volunteer coaches can teach you how to be a track and field athlete with the opportunity to compete at local, regional and national adaptive competitions.
We'll help prepare you for local National Junior Disability Championships, local high school track meets, USA Track & Field indoor and outdoor meets, and Adaptive Sports USA National Championship.
Good to know
The first half of the season starts with inside practice then we move outside to the track.
All adaptive equipment is provided. If you need to borrow a track chair, contact Junior Mamea at Taavasa.Mamea@allina.com
Our COVID-19 Plan for Sports & Recreation
The health and safety of our participants, volunteers, interns and staff is our priority. Before deciding to return to play, it is important to consider your personal and family health circumstances. If in doubt, you are encouraged to participate virtually.
To participate in in-person activities:
Good to know
Minnesota high school age students can compete in the wheelchair division on their local high school track and field team. Wheelchair athletes can compete in the following events: 100M, 200M, 400M, 800M, 3200M, shot put and discus. Ask your local high school coach for more information.
To share your skills and love of track and field as a volunteer, contact Khara Hesse, 612-775-2724.
For information and to register
See registration link for fee information.
No participant will be turned away due to financial hardships. Cost sharing and scholarships applications are available upon request. Contact the CKRIsportsrecreation@allina.com for more information.
What to bring
All equipment is provided.
Wear athletic clothing.
Bring a water bottle.