A shield-shaped logo that says Seattle Adaptive Sports in white text over a green banner. The logo is outlines in blue and has four smaller graphic images below the text: a swimmer, barbell, basketball hoop, and a racing wheelchair.

Goalball is a Paralympic sport played by people who are blind or who have low vision. The Seattle Cobras practice from September through April with opportunities to travel to regional tournaments. 

5 people in wheelchairs holding tennis rackets, receiving instruction from one person who is standing and holding a tennis racket.
Paralympic Sport Club Logo
5 people wearing helmets and posing for a photo in track racing wheelchairs


Seattle Adaptive Sports has adaptive track equipment available to loan to high school students looking to join their school track teams. Please email us if you are interested in borrowing a track racer!

For athletes interested in adaptive tennis, please visit Access Tennis Seattle for more information. 

Photo of 4 people playing in a game of power soccer

​Power Soccer season runs in the Summer and through Fall, with opportunities to play games with local teams in the Northwest and put on exhibitions & clinics.

Group photo of Sno-King Thunderbirds Sled Hockey team in full uniforms on the ice rink.


The Seattle Sled Kraken Hockey season runs September-April with opportunities to play games with teams in Canada and across the USA at hosted tournaments, including the NHL Sled Classic and USA Hockey Festival. An annual hockey clinic offers a fun experience for the beginner to the advanced.

what does it mean to be a Paralympic Sports Club?

Seattle Adaptive Sports is recognized by the US Olympic/Paralympic Committee as a
Paralympic Sports Club. Our organization follows the Paralympic values, which include
courage, determination, inspiration and equality. For more information about the US Paralympics, visit 

Seattle Adaptive Sports' programs are designed for individuals with a permanent physical disability that precludes them from participating in traditional sports and athletics without modifications. Physical disabilities could include amputation, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, joint damage, severe scoliosis, spina bifida, transverse myelitis, traumatic brain injury, and other congenital or acquired conditions that affect mobility.

Programs offered include competitive league sports, recreational team sports, instructional camps, sports clinics, and other adaptive awareness events based on need and interest. Like many adaptive sports organizations and Paralympic Clubs, we rely on a robust volunteer and donor base to keep our programs strong!

Wheelchair Basketball season runs September-April, with opportunities to play in regional and national tournaments across the USA. Athletes are assigned a division based on their age and/or skill-level. An annual wheelchair basketball clinic offers drills and skill development for all ages and skill levels. 

Group of wheelchair users and non-wheelchair users, many of whom are wearing green shirts at a Dribble on Wheels basketball camp