Wheelchair Basketball http://apr.org en Adapted Athletics in Alabama Part 2: Round 2 http://apr.org/post/adapted-athletics-alabama-part-2-round-2 <p></p><p>This week, two unique sports teams from the University of Alabama are vying for a national championship. They’re the men’s and women’s wheelchair basketball teams, better known as the Rolling Tide. The university has a number of sports for disabled athletes and between games, these players have to stay in shape.&nbsp; That’s leading to a partnership between wheelchair athletes and a man known in the world of boxing as “The Bronze Bomber.”</p> Wed, 05 Mar 2014 20:44:46 +0000 Stan Ingold 47873 at http://apr.org Adapted Athletics in Alabama Part 2: Round 2 Adapted Athletics in Alabama Part 1: The Rolling Tide http://apr.org/post/adapted-athletics-alabama-part-1-rolling-tide <p></p><p></p><p></p><p>The University of Alabama is known for its championship athletic teams. Football, gymnastics, softball and so on; but there is another group of athletes on campus who are also champions, although they do not draw crowds like Coach Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide football team. They are the Rolling Tide and they are part of the University of Alabama’s Adapted Athletics program.</p> Tue, 04 Mar 2014 20:32:08 +0000 Stan Ingold 47810 at http://apr.org Adapted Athletics in Alabama Part 1: The Rolling Tide