Paradox Sports, along with the University of Central Missouri, will lead an adaptive climbing clinic at the UCM Student Recreation & Wellness Center on February 22. The four-hour, hands on demonstration at the indoor climbing wall is designed to take participants through basic adaptive climbing instruction including working with people with physical amputations, visual impairment and paralysis, and implementing a sustainable adaptive climbing program at a local climbing gym or as an accredited college course. Presentations by Paradox Sports Executive Director Timmy O’Neill, his brother, a T-12 paraplegic, Sean O’Neill and professional adaptive climber Pete Davis will take place throughout the event.
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7:00 p.m. Speakers Timmy & Sean O’Neill and Pete Davis
(UCM Student Rec & Wellness Center Lower Courts)
8-11 p.m. Open Climbing & Crate Stacking
February 22 :
Adaptive Climbing Clinic
(UCM Student Rec & Wellness Center Rock Wall)