WindReach Bermuda will be hosting its 3rd Annual Archery Competition on Saturday, June 23rd at their facility on Spice Hill in Warwick from 10am – 1pm. People of all ages and abilities are welcome to take part in this event.
Archery is currently part of Windreach’s Adaptive Sports Program which provides opportunities for people with special needs to engage in sport. People with a wide range of physical and intellectual disabilities, as well as seniors, currently participate in weekly archery sessions at Windreach.
Troy Farnsworth, WindReach Adaptive Sports coordinator said, “Archery is a great sport for people with disabilities, even if you are in a wheelchair or your mobility is affected most people can still participate in archery.
“It is also a great way to improve upper body strength and can be very beneficial in helping an individual rehabilitate after an injury or illness.
“We are fortunate at WindReach to have the expertise of David Semos, who is an archery instructor, and provides technical advice to our archery participants. Most people who try archery will agree it can become very addictive and is lots of fun.”
Please contact Mr Farnsworth on 238-2469 or email at tfarnsworth “at” windreach.bm if you are interested in the WindReach Adaptive Sports Program or would like to compete in the Archery Competition. Tournament registration is $20 per person or $25 for late registration [after June 20th].
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