Athletes with Disabilities Network was formed by joining Athletes with Disabilities Hall of Fame (ADHOF) and Extremity Events Network (EEN), organizers of Extremity Games. Our mission is to promote a better quality of life by creating opportunities for people with physical disabilities.
The Athetes with Disabilities Hall of Fame was established in 1999 to recognize men and women who have overcome physical challenges to become elite athletes and superior role models. ADHOF has inducted over 40 athletes into its Michigan Hall of Fame. In 2009, ADHOF introduced and inducted its first athlete into the new National Hall of Fame. ADHOF developed our No Limits Mentoring program and Collegiate Scholarship Fund, which we continue today.
Established in 2006, Extremity Games is an extreme sports event including competitions, instructional clinic and exhibitions. Organized to raise awareness of the abilities of people with limb loss or limb difference, Extremity Games provides the opportunity for athletes to compete peer-to-peer, limb loss-to-limb loss, while competing for cash and other prizes. Extremity Games hosts athletes primarily from across the US and several athletes from around the world. Extremity Games proves “There’s No Replacement for the Competitive Spirit™”
For more information, please call 248.829.8353 or visit www.adnpage.org or www.extremitygames.com.