Accessible Adventures Day
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
11:00am – 2:30pm
Malcolm X Plaza
Be a part of the first ever SF State Accessible Adventures Day on Tuesday,
April 15th from 11am – 2:30pm at Malcolm X Plaza. It’s all about accessible adventures and recreational activities available to students, staff and faculty with disabilities, and their fellow students and colleagues. Learn about the possibilities for inclusive, active and creative fun. This is a free campus wide event and everyone is invited.
Check out demos of accessibly designed sports and travel equipment including test riding adaptive cycles; enjoy performances and inclusive games; learn about SF State courses and programs offering unique accessible and inclusive activities, services and adventures; and discover accessible adventures in the Bay Area and Beyond from over twenty organizations.
Meet Anthony Zahn, 2-time Paralympian,
Bronze Medalist in Beijing 2008.
Anthony Zahn is a 2-time Paralympian, Bronze Medalist in Beijing 2008 in the men's LC4 Time Trial, and 3-time World Championship Bronze Medalist.
He is originally from Riverside California but now lives with his girlfriend, Liz Bernstein, in Marin. He currently works as a cycling coach at A to Z Cycling and is training for the upcoming US Paracycling National Championships. Nationals will be held this year in Madison, WI where he hopes to qualify for the UCI Paracycing World Championships that the US is hosting at the end of August in Greenville, South Carolina.
Anthony started racing bicycles in 1990 around the same time he was diagnosed with Charcot Marrie Tooth Disease (CMT).
Contact Todd Higgins in the DPRC at email@example.com by April 7, 2014, if you would like to request reasonable accommodations for this event.
Participating SF State Programs & Organizations
Campus Recreation Department
Recreation, Parks, & Tourism Department
Disability, Programs & Resources Center (DPRC)
Kinesiology Department, Adapted Physical Education Program
V.E.T.S @ SFSU
SF State Pacific Leadership Institute
SF State Summer Youth Sailing and Paddling Program
Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability
Disabled Student Association (DSA)
The Student Success Program
SF State Cares
Active Minds at SF State
Autism Spectrum Support Group
The S.A.F.E. Place
Participating Community Programs & Organizations
Axis Dance Company
CA State Parks, Accessibility Division
Bay Area Association of Disabled Sailors (BAADS)
Bay Area Outreach Recreation Programs (BORP)
Disabled Sports USA Far West
Environmental Traveling Companions
San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department
National Park Service, Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, Crissy Field Center
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