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UIL State Meet

posted May 3, 2021, 5:47 AM by Paul Johnson

Friday May 7 at the UIL State Championships the wheelchair division will compete to crown the 100 meter, 400 meter and shot put champions!

Congratulations to the qualifiers and good luck on Friday
First Name Last Name School
Abigail Counts Lewisville Flower Mound
Chelsea Stein Klein Collins
Elicia Meairs Stevens
Estefany Tarango Spearman
Hope Santiago Monahans
Katy Broadbent Lewisville Hebron
Kesean Paire Woodville
Maria Ireland College Station A&M Consolidated
Nathan Breese Mansfield
Olivia Molnar Lewisville the Colony
Rodrigo Linares West Columbia
Sammy Alcala Amarillo
Skylar Herrera Richmond George Ranch
Vance Ott Coahoma
Zachary Carter Monahans

Click here for more information on the State Meet

Click here to view the wheelchair heat sheets

2021 Lone Star Para Invitational

posted Mar 4, 2021, 9:17 AM by Paul Johnson   [ updated May 2, 2021, 9:12 AM ]

Date: May 1, 2021
Location: Summit High School, 1071 Turner Warnell Rd, Arlington, TX 76001
This will be a level 2 sanctioned event with Move United and a Junior Nationals qualifier.
Cost: $25
7:30-8:30AM Check-in & warmups
9:00AM Track events.  Order of events will be 20m, 1500m, 100m, 400m, 60m 800m, 200m
12:30PM Field events Discus, Shot, Javelin and long jump
Lunch will be on your own
We are asking that athletes, spectators, volunteers and staff to wear masks at the event except when they are competing.  Full COVID Guideline will be published prior to the event.

Volunteers can sign up here at https://texasregionalparalympicsports.wufoo.com/forms/z161vcpj066l0ca/  we have a morning and afternoon sessions. 

Click here for out COVID Safety Guidelines

May 1st Lone Star Para Invitational Final track heat sheets and field flight sheets.

Long Jump has been cancel due to flooding in the pits

Field events will be a last-minute decision.  The field area is very soggy, and the seated pits currently have standing water.  We hope that we can get the throws in, but we will be at the mercy of the weather tomorrow and the parking lot drains to the field area.


We feel that awards need to be earned.  We also respect that you are here to compete, and it is not your fault there is no one for you to compete against. 

Here is our policy on awards.

Awards will be given by event, classification, sex and age.  If you are the only one in your classification and age groups you will only receive 1 award for the meet.  Events that have multiple competitors will be awarded 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards.  For example, we have 7 T54 U14 girls and we will award 1st 2nd and 3rd places.  We have 1 T-- U14.  They will not have any direct competition so they will receive 1 award for the meet. 

Final Results

Seat field events have been cancelled.

Move United & ATFUSA Seated Throws

posted Feb 25, 2021, 12:22 PM by Paul Johnson

Webinar March 3rd 7:00pm Eastern
Move United is teaming up with Adaptive Track & Field USA (ATFUSA) to bring you a series of webinars focused on officiating para track and field.

This webinar will educate participants about which athletes participate in seated throwing events, what equipment athletes use, what events are incorporated, and what the general conditions and rules are for those events. This presentation is aimed at certified officials but is open to anyone interested in learning more about para seated field. Officials at all levels can benefit from the presentation.

Revisit last years University of Illinois Wheelchair racing camp

posted Feb 5, 2021, 9:36 AM by Paul Johnson   [ updated Feb 5, 2021, 9:40 AM ]

There are workouts, seating and positioning, tactics and more

TRPS Season Kickoff Track and Field Clinic

posted Jan 29, 2021, 9:08 AM by Paul Johnson

Feb. 20-21 - TRPS Season Kickoff Track and Field Clinic (Wimberley, Wimberley ISD Track Stadium)

Schedule:  You will have 2-3 sessions on Sat and 1-2 session on Sunday. Everything will be outside, and we will separate training groups to keep the numbers low and try to put like training speeds together.  No classroom session, except for WC maintenance which will be done with your chair and tools outside. 

Registration: Click the link to register. https://texasregionalparalympicsports.wufoo.com/forms/mayncf0pb7b8g/

Instructors: WC Racing - Saul Mendoza, Krige Schabort, pending: Cheri Madson. 

Field Events: Paul Johnson, Erica Wheeler

Ambulatory Running: TBA (I'm working on this one still)

As you see, these instructors are some of the best US Paralympics has to offer.  Just look up their Bio on the internet (your homework) and you will see, they are all VERY experienced and decorated athletes/coaches, and you should each be honored to get to work with these superstars.

Location/Lodging: This clinic is at our hometown track (Wimberley ISD) and it is small tourist town, so we have tons of nice private rental places.  We do not have hotels, so I am going to let each of you look for lodging that accommodates your family.  There are hotels only 15 miles away in San Marcos, TX. 

Contact: Wendy Gumbert wgumbert@hotmail.com or 512-914-3152




posted Sep 24, 2020, 7:58 AM by Paul Johnson

4th annual UT Southwestern Adaptive Sports EXPO
Saturday, September 26, 2020.
9 - 10:30 a.m.
This free event is designed to increase awareness of adaptive sports and promote
active, healthy, and engaged lifestyles. People of all ages and ability levels are invited to attend virtually.
You will see demonstrations of a variety of adaptive sports including rugby, table tennis, and dressage.

University Of Illinois Virtual Wheelchair Racing Camp

posted Jul 28, 2020, 7:26 PM by Paul Johnson

You can check out all of the sessions from the UI Virtual Wheelchair Racing Camp online.

Move United series on Wheelchair Racing

posted Jul 28, 2020, 7:22 PM by Paul Johnson

The Basics of Wheelchair Racing Equipment series with Daniel Romanchuk, Krige Schabortand special guests: Susannah ScaroniKurt FearnleySaul Mendoza, and Aaron Pike! This session focused on travelling logistics!

Move United Series on Wheelchair Racing

posted Jul 28, 2020, 7:20 PM by Paul Johnson

The Basics of Wheelchair Racing Equipment

Join Daniel Romanchuk, 2019 World Champion and 6-time Marathon Major Winner, and Krige Schabort, 6-time Paralympic Athlete and 2015 ESPY Male Para Athlete of the Year, for the basics on wheelchair racing equipment! This session is the second in a series designed for beginner to intermediate racers, coaches, program directors, parents who want to learn more about wheelchair racing equipment. This second session will review the racing wheelchair parts and the different tires. Future sessions will dive into the specifics of normal function, maintenance, and repair/troubleshooting of various chair parts.

Move United series on Wheelchair Racing

posted Jul 28, 2020, 6:24 PM by Paul Johnson

The Basics of Wheelchair Racing Equipment series with Daniel Romanchuk, Krige Schabortand special guest, Alex Dupont from Revolution Sports This session focused on klister, brakes, and rollers!

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