We are pleased to announce our partnership between B-Adaptive Foundation and Aztec Adaptive Sports to bring to you the 2019 Wheelchair Tennis Global Challenge. Following the success of the first-ever Wheelchair Tennis Global Challenge in 2018, we’ve decided to host another great group of young athletes from the US, Japan, and Canada for a weekend
We are honored to announce that B-Adaptive Foundation signed an official partnership agreement with the Paralympians association of Japan (PAJ). We’re excited to work with PAJ to support young disabled athletes. PAJ’s official webpage (Japanese only): https://www.paralympians.jp Paralympians association of Japan: PAJ is an organization that consists of former and current paralympians for the team
JTB Wheelchair tennis summer challenge was very successful! The fundraising event draw more than 80 people and the participants enjoyed watching Ryotaro play wheelchair tennis and they also had an opportunity to experience playing wheelchair tennis in the event. At the 18th Annual Hendrickson Wheelchair Classic, Ryotaro advanced to the semi-final and had a very close game with Kevin
Mr. Ryotaro Sakaguchi, one of top wheel-chair tennis players (13 years old) at junior level in Japan, will participate in “18th Annual Hendrickson Wheelchair Classic” held on July 15th and 16th in San Diego. B-Adaptive Foundation will support his challenge and host a reception in Los Angeles to welcome Ryutaro and his family and raise funding to support
We’re excited to announce that Ena Shibahara, a top-ranked freshman tennis player at UCLA, will come to the fundraising event on Wednesday July 12th. She will rally with Ryotaro and give him some advice for his first tournament in the U.S. Please come join us at the event!
B-Adaptive Foundation (BAF) will co-host “Wheelchair Tennis Global Challenge” with Japan Wheelchair Sports Association. This will be BAF’s second event following “JTB Wheelchair Tennis Summer Challenge” held in July, 2017. This time, BAF will invite 4 junior wheelchair tennis players selected by Japan Wheelchair Sports Association from Japan, and a few others from Canada