Both Bridge II Sports and Endeavor Games recently hosted successful virtual events engaging more the 600 athletes across the world. Hosting virtual sport events is new to many of us. Industry leaders have stepped up to the challenge by creating virtual opportunities to connect with athletes. With
Turnstone, a Ft. Wayne, Indiana-based nonprofit providing a continuum of supportive services for people with disabilities and their families, recently launched their #ItsOurTurn fundraising campaign with an initial goal of $25,000. With dedicated efforts from their team, Turnstone
Cindy Housner, GLASA Executive Director and Founder How has your day-to-day changed since your programs have been suspended due to COVID-19? Just like everyone else, my new normal is working in my kitchen or moving my laptop to other parts of the house when I need a change of pace. This is very
A Paralympian's Perspective - Looking Toward Tokyo 2021 All In Sport reached out to Melissa Stockwell, Paralympic paratriathlon bronze medalist at the Rio Paralympic Games to gain perspective on what she was feeling and thinking regarding the postponement of the Tokyo Paralympic Games.
By Jaime Garzon, Sports Competition & Events Coordinator During the summer of 2019, Turnstone and the City of Fort Wayne, in collaboration with the United States Association of Blind Athletes and the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA), produced the 2019 IBSA Goalball & Judo
by Dawna Callahan, Founder & CEO All In Sport Consulting On October 18, I returned home from a two-week sport diplomacy trip to Turkmenistan made possible by the U.S. State Department and Virginia Commonwealth University’s Center for Sport Leadership. It was such an honor to serve on the U.S.