The 9th Annual Wheelchair Sports Festival is coming to the Santa Clarita Sports Complex, Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1, 2022.

Santa Clarita, Calif. – The 9th Annual Wheelchair Sports Festival, a two-day free sporting event open to the public that features fifteen adaptive recreational activities, including wheelchair hockey, basketball, rugby (a.k.a. murderball), racquetball, baseball, hand cycling, SCUBA, tennis, track & field, wheelchair skating (WCMX), and a wheelchair obstacle course.  

Participants can sign up through REGISTER NOW FOR FREE! The event will take place at:

Santa Clarita Sports Complex

20870 Centre Pointe Pkwy.

Santa Clarita, CA 91350

 Saturday, April 30, from 8:30AM to 5PM

Sunday, May 1, from 10:00AM to 3PM

Triumph Foundation—a nonprofit organization working to improve the lives of people living with disabilities based in Santa Clarita—expects over 1,000 participants, plus spectators and volunteers. The festival is free and open to all abilities.

About Triumph Foundation

Triumph Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to help children, adults, and Veterans with Spinal Cord Injury or disorders (SCI) to triumph over their disability and to inspire them to keep moving forward with their lives by pushing themselves to get better every day.

Triumph Foundation’s services include providing Care Baskets to people who are newly paralyzed that are filled with resources and educational materials; giving grants to support people with inadequate health insurance or financial hardship to obtain necessary equipment, supplies, and services; assisting with home modifications for wheelchair accessibility; re-purposing durable medical goods; leading more than a dozen support groups; and holding adaptive recreational events to support athletes with disabilities. Outreach and peer support is provided throughout Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, Santa Barbara, Riverside, San Bernardino, and San Diego Counties. 

Founded in 2008, the organization has touched the lives of over 8,000 individuals with disabilities, provided $1 million in assistance to people with inadequate medical insurance and financial hardship, hosts more than twenty adaptive recreation events annually, delivered over 2,000 Care Baskets to people that suffered paralyzing injuries, and regularly visits dozens of hospitals and rehabilitation centers throughout Southern California.  More information can be found at

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