Please join us on July 20, 2019 to support the Wintergreen Adaptive Sports Wounded Warriors programs and for a day of fun and camaraderie on one of Virginia's finest golf courses at the 10th Annual Wounded Warriors Golf Tournament.
Thanks to our Hosts at The Devils Backbone Basecamp!
On May 20, 2017, W.A.S. will host its 5th annual "Run, Walk, and Roll" 5K Race and Fundraiser. As before, we will launch the race at the Devils Backbone Basecamp on Beech Grove Rd, and we welcome all runners, walkers, and hand-cyclists. For the second year in a row, we will use the Glenthorne Loop out-and-back course for the "Run, Walk, and Roll."
Online registration closed; register now at the event, from 8am-9:15am
Plan to join us for the mid-morning WAS 5K, which starts at 9:30am. As noted, above, we'll accept walk-up registrations on race day, beginning at 8:00am. Entry fees may be paid here online or at the event with cash, check, or credit card. For more information about how to join us on May 20th, email WAS executive director, Dave Shreve at: email@example.com.
Thanks to all who joined us last spring for our 4th annual 5K Road race fundraiser. We're especially grateful for our event sponsors–Wintergreen Real Estate, Contemporary Dentistry of Virginia, The Devils Backbone Brewery, Wintergreen Resort, Disabled Sports USA, and Ashley's Market, all of whom helped make the event a fun and exciting one.
Blue Ridge Outdoors: WAS ranks among the country’s leading adaptive sports programs.
Read feature on the superb volunteer instruction by WAS' Molly Servine in the March 2015 edition of Inside Ivy magazine.
On Friday, February 6, 2015, Wintergreen Adaptive Sports welcomed 34 wounded warrior athletes and additional 60 family members and caregivers for an exciting weekend of adaptive snow sports instruction, rest and relaxation, and camaraderie.
The January 2014 Washingtonian showcased the region's best snow sports places and opportunities. Wintergreen Adaptive Sports was selected as the region's best adaptive snow sports program.
A special focus on one of our favorite instructors and race team members, Seth Whitten.
In August 2013, Roanoke's WDBJ Channel 7 TV News profiled WAS Summer Program Coordinator Anne Stout and her daughter, Savanna, a longtime WAS snowsports and paddling program student and enthusiast