Achilles International's worldwide mission is to enable people with all types of disabilities to participate in mainstream running events.
The support and commitment that Achilles NZ provides significantly enables numerous kiwi's with disabilities to enjoy the delight and self-satisfaction of participating in mainstream athletics events.
Anyone of any age with a disability and who wants to run is welcome to become a member of the Achilles Track Club of New Zealand. We are extremely proud of all of our members, all of whom bravely face up to the real difficulties they encounter every day.
The support and commitment that Achilles NZ provides enables numerous kiwi's with disabilities to enjoy the delight and self-satisfaction of participating in mainstream running events.
Achilles welcomes and encourages anyone with a disability or physical challenge to RUN!
In Achilles parlance, running means many things. It means conventional running, of course. But it also refers to walking, wheeling, hopping, or swinging through crutches. In other words, any form of locomotion that gets you through the route!
Physical challenges include, but are not limited to, amputation, cerebral palsy, cancer, multiple sclerosis, organ transplants, paraplegia, stroke, traumatic brain injury, and visual impairment.
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