The Departmental Committee for Adapted Sports of the Somme had partnered with ADAPEI 80, as part of the “brioches” operation. A first that is undoubtedly a success.
This event co-organized by the two structures, aimed to offer a sports day in specialized establishments And power create links between clubs and life centers, both with the aim of developing their practice and engaging with Brioche sale operation ADAPEI80, which took place for a good cause. A total of about 10 specialized establishments made the trip to the event this Saturday to participate in this time of discovery and sports discussion. Once there, the neighbors had to go to the reception point to be informed about the course and the objective of the day.
Your mission? Discover and test in a practical way all the activities offered on the order of 30 minutes per discipline. For activities like badminton and archery, The idea is accept the proposed challenge to score maximum points in the challenge to improve your team’s score.
Clubs around the Somme
The event was open to all with a view to inclusion, exchange and diversity. Only some clubs affiliated with the adapted sports movement have been able to offer their activity to the public, namely Sarb’Arc’Am, Amiens UC Badminton, Amiens Léo Lagrange Table tennis, Albert Sport Badminton, Picquigny Judo club and educational boxing with Anthony Leriche.
A sporting event marked by the visit by Erika SAUZEAU at the end of the day. Tokyo 2020 medalist In para rowing he was able to please the clubs and residents of specialized establishments who were able to rub shoulders with this great champion and admire very, very closely. an olympic medal.
Sun, public, sport and solidarity is the cocktail of success. Five activities that brought together around a hundred participants, an event that demonstrated their strength and interest and that undoubtedly will be renewed !
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