The National Junior Disability Championships (NJDC) began in July of 1984 and consisted of only three events sanctioned by Wheelchair Sports, USA for wheelchair athlete’s ages seven to nineteen. Since that time, the NJDC have grown to include over 250 athletes with spinal injuries, cerebral palsy, visual impairments, amputations, limb deficiencies, and other congenital anomalies from all over the United States and several foreign countries. The age range for participation is now 7-21 years old. The National Junior Disability Championships is owned by Wheelchair Sports, USA. At each National Junior Disability Championships, competitions are held in Olympic-style events including track, field, pentathlon, swimming, archery, table tennis, 3-on-3 wheelchair basketball.
Last year's NJDC was in St. Louis. Previous Locations of NJDC:
|Wheelchair Sports USA
1236 Jungermann Rd, Suite A
St. Peters, MO 63376
Office: 636-614-6784 Fax 636-329-1090