Skaters will throw down their most technical tricks while representing originality and style on our street course!
Grab a 'hold', get your foot on a crack and show us your best and fastest top rope skills.
Snag a personal flotation device and stroke it on our out and back paddling course.
Wakeboarding Make a splash standing up or sitting down. Whatever you do, rock the wake and hit big air!
Slip on your brain bucket and clip in for one heck of a cross country race.
Riders will be challenged by a gnarly outdoor course on 80 acres of natural rolling terrain!
Powerlifting Novice Competition and Mixed Martial Arts Demo
Extremity Games is organized by Athletes with Disabilities Network (ADN), whose mission is to promote a better quality of life by creating opportunities for athletes with physical disabilities.
ADN organizes Extremity Games, as well as Athletes with Disabilities Hall of Fame®, which recognizes and honors men and women who have overcome physical challenges to become elite athletes and superior role models.
Motocross Champions Crowned at 9th Annual Extremity Games
Rochester Hills, MI (June 6, 2014) Celebrating its 9th year, Extremity Games joined together adaptive athletes on a national stage on May 24, 2014. Competing on what is arguably one of the toughest tracks in the Midwest, Baja Acres Motocross Park of Millington, Michigan hosted the event as part of their Memorial Day Weekend where champions were crowned in three categories: AMP Lower Extremity, AMP - Upper Extremity and Para (seated).
Organized by Athletes with Disabilities Network, Extremity Games provides athletes living with amputations and/or spinal cord injuries a venue where they can compete peer-to-peer, limb-loss to limb-loss on an equal playing field.
Returning Extremity Games Champions Max Gomez from New Rochelle, New York, Drake Smeltz from Westfield, PA each went 1-1 in the Amp Lower and Amp Upper class. Jesse Gildea from Van Wert, Iowa rounded out the gold medalists in the Para class.
"Extremity Games is a great thing," said Max Gomez. "These guys don't get enough credit for the things they do. Riding with all your body parts is difficult as it is but to have missing ones and still be able to perform on a bike is incredible."
Hello everyone - Thank you for your support of Extremity Games. We have been working to reach out to our sponsors and athletes about Extremity Games. As some of you have already heard, Extremity Games Main Event has been postponed this year. Extremity Games Motocross was this past weekend on May 24 and the Main Event will return in June 2015. We have been honored to host Extremity Games now for nine years. During this time, the Games were held in three states and hosted nearly 1,000 athletes from ten countries.
To continue our success of the Main Event, the Athletes with Disabilities Network (ADN) board of directors have decided to refocus the event on Extremity Games 10, which will take place in 2015. This will give us a great opportunity to garner our ability to make the 2015 Extremity Games a marquee event for our 10 year celebration.
Thank you again for your support of Extremity Games. Each of you and all of the athletes and sponsors have truly helped to show that There's No Replacement for the Competitive Spirit™.
Extremity Games is an extreme sports event for athlete with limb loss or limb difference including competitions, instructional clinics and exhibitions.
Extremity Games is organized to raise awareness of the abilities of individuals living with limb loss or limb difference to compete in extreme sports. This allows participants to demonstrate skill, persistence and passion while competing for cash and other prizes proving There's No Replacement for the Competitive Spirit™.