The University of Alabama will be home to a new center whose researchers will study the intersection of sports and technology, involving Crimson Tide athletics in an innovative approach to improve training and performance of athletes across the world.
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The University of Alabama announced today a $3 million gift commitment from Michael and Kathy Mouron, of Mountain Brook, to help fund a $10 million facility for adapted student-athletes.
UA Adapted Athletics and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute will celebrate the program’s successes during “Night of Champions,” Thursday, Feb. 25 at the Bryant Conference Center on the UA campus.
The NWBA will officially induct Dr. Robert Witt into its Hall of Fame during “A Night of Champions,” a celebration of the success of UA’s adapted athletics basketball teams on Feb. 25 at the Bryant Conference Center at UA.
The University of Alabama’s Adapted Athletics program will have a new home in 2017.
Over the next year, The University of Alabama’s Dr. Margaret Stran will conduct a manual wheelchair study in which she’ll adjust chairs of students at Tuscaloosa City and Tuscaloosa County School systems. The study is funded by a grant from the Christopher Reeve Foundation.
University of Alabama students with disabilities now have non-competitive sporting options.
The Craig H. Neilsen Foundation has established the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation Scholarship for Students with Spinal Cord Injury at The University of Alabama.
The University of Alabama Adapted Athletics program has taken another step forward with the creation of the nation’s first collegiate adapted golf program.
The University of Alabama Adapted Athletics program will have seven athletes and one coach representing their respective countries at the Paralympics in London, England Aug. 29.