The Valor Games Midwest is an introductory adaptive sports competition for veterans and service members with physical and visual disabilities. During the three-day event, athletes compete in discus, shot put, cycling, archery, powerlifting and indoor rowing.
Promoting healthy, active lifestyles is important to successful community reintegration and overall life satisfaction. World Sport Chicago is proud to support such endeavors. This event is organized in partnership with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the Chicago Park District.
QualifyingÂ athletes may be active duty service members or veterans from any era. Their disabilities may include:
- Amputation/limb loss
- Post traumatic stress
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Visual disabilities, or
- Any disability rating from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
The 5th annual Valor Games Midwest will be held August 18 – 20 in Chicago. Participant registration is now closed, if you have already registered and your plans must change please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-861-4848. As a reminder any registered participant who does not cancel in advance, and is a ‘no show’ to the event, is subject to being banned from future Valor Games Midwest events.
For more information, contact email@example.com or 312-861-4848.
Dozens of volunteers make the Valor Games Midwest possible. If you are interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities or to sign-up please visit the World Sport Chicago volunteer portal today!
World Sport Chicago thanksÂ our sport partners for supporting the competitions of the Valor Games Midwest:
- Chicago Park District
- Adaptive Adventures
- Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association
- Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Sports
- Chicagoland JOAD
- CIRC Adaptive
- Project Mobility
Athlete participants of the 2015 Valor Games Midwest will be eligible to win 2 TRAVEL CERTIFICATES compliments of UNITED AIRLINES. Certificates can be used for travel anywhere in the continental United States, Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean. The drawing will take place at the Closing Ceremonies; athletes must have attended all three days of competition and be present to win.