November 30, 2022

Wire Service Canada

Complete Canadian News World

From hockey to electric wheelchair racing, 2 days of barrier-free sports in Kavaria

Two days of sports for all without barriers Cavaria with primizo: The Chizaruto Gym located at 81 Marcora Street will host two days of “barrier-free” sports on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th November.

“The idea of ​​organizing these two days emerged from the meeting that took place thanks to the municipal advisor David BertoliWith Andrea Arnaboldi and Andrea Dragoni from YourDifference ASD who, as part of the “Continua a Sognare” project created by AISLA Onlus with the aim of supporting children of families affected by ALS, have become spreaders of a very important message: one never stops pursuing one’s dreams, trying to overcome Difficulties and pride in them, and also going through the sport “with different abilities” »explains wellbeing consultant Irene Adele Scaltieretti. “Sport is seen as a metaphor for training one’s courage to live a life that is not always easy.”

“These two days of sport will see athletes with neuromuscular diseases try their hand but also young athletes without physical limitations who, with the example of willpower shown by the disabled athletes we will host, will be able to find inspiration,” adds Sport Consultant Diego Bonotto.

Both days begin on Saturday 26th at 2:30 pm with a presentation Project “Keep Dreaming” Promoted by YourDifference ASD and AISLA Onlus and with Submission of the Association Angels in Motion ODV from Varese.

one will follow Musical performance by rapper Sitting Bull. Siesta to me. Sitting Bull is the pseudonym of Michel Sanguine, a 38-year-old boy with Duchenne dystrophy, who will tell everyone present about his personal experience, how with strength and courage he overcame the limits imposed on him by his disease, to become a rapper. (His performances are famous for Alcatraz in Milan and the Land of Lignano). Saturday will then end with iMini-Basketball Tournament for children of Cavaria Basket School in Primezzolittle “lions” for which it will be necessary to cheer loudly.

READ  Apparently the wrestlers' team beat Appiano - Aostasports.it

day of the Sunday It will be the real day dedicated to “disabled” sports.
At 14.30 we will start with Indoor GP wheelchair racing (Here to register), an amateur sports association created by Michel Sanguine in 2014 that organizes speed competitions (unique in the world) with people with neuromuscular diseases in wheelchairs as champions.

Presentation will follow Freerider sporting eventsThe Association of Sports Enthusiasts whose goal is to make the union between physical disability and winter sports possible through Aswat Roberto Bove and Marco Carabelli, Disabled athlete/skier who will talk about his personal experience.

The day will end with Wheelchair hockey competition Which will see Skorpions Varese collide with Dream Team of Milan.

«A rich program, it will be two days of understandingconcludes Chancellor Scaltritti. “All of us who have worked in the organization would like to thank all the volunteers who have helped and will help us in different ways: from GP volunteers in a wheelchair, to Scout Group 1 of Busto Arsizio, of the “Red Nose Dream – Vip Verbano ODV” volunteers (who, with their slapstick, bring smiles to hospitals and nursing homes) and to all the sponsors who have contributed to the success of the organization. I hope there will be a lot of participation, especially children and teens. They will draw inspiration from the brave athletes who have continued their lives strong and they will have a lot to learn from those who, in spite of everything… continue to dream.”


READ  Monfalcone, after 15 months of absence, hockey is back on the field