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Athletic opportunity for all.

The mission of the Clemson Adaptive Sports and Recreation Lab is to provide evidence that:

  • Informs decisions about adaptive sport programming
  • Enhances outcomes associated with involvement in those programs

Our lab members implement high-quality adaptive sport programming and conduct applied research, locally, nationally and internationally, that addresses issues faced by:

  • Adaptive sport and recreation managers
  • Front-line service providers
  • Educators
  • Policy officials
  • Participants

Lab Faculty

 

Scarlett Lawhorne competing in archery at SEWSA Games in 2019.

SEWSA Games

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The Clemson University Wheelchair Tennis Team.

Wheelchair Tennis

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New Adaptive Air Rifle Program!

Two men at the 2019 SEWSA games. Sign up today for a 6-week adaptive air rifle program starting June 18 for veterans and non-veterans to explore the benefits of air rifle as a sport! All of your equipment is included and all skill levels are welcome. We're able to offer this event at no cost to participants thanks to the support of the VA Adaptive Sport Grant Program and Move United. 

Register online before June 5


Upcoming Events

SEP23

Global Challenges Course Design Sessions

3:00 pm to 4:30 pm

Watt Family Innovation Center or virtual (details will be shared for those who register)

SEP27

Global Challenges Course Design Sessions

12:30 pm to 2:00 pm

Watt Family Innovation Center or virtual (details will be shared for those who register)

SEP28

Clemson University School of Health Research Fall Information Ex...

3:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Strom Thurmond Institute Auditorium