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Kyle Coon Named USABA Program and SafeSport Coordinator

USABA is pleased to announce Kyle Coon as the organization’s Program and SafeSport Coordinator. In this position, he is responsible for planning, implementing and providing logistical management for various USABA events and programs. Since losing his sight at the age […]

Tom Parrigin, USABA Hall of Fame Member, Passes Away

Thomas “Tom” Parrigin, Jr., a member of the USABA Hall of Fame Class of 2013 and retired USA Goalball Men’s National Team coach, passed away on January 12 at the age of 83. His tenure as a USA coach spanned […]

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As the High Performance Management Organization (HPMO) for the sport of goalball, the United States Association of Blind Athletes represents the sport as a member of the U.S. ... See more

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U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum

Kudos to the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum for garnering another prestigious award!

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We're honored to have received the 2020 Grand Award by the International Association for Universal Design: usopm.org/museum-wins-top-award-for-inclusivity-and-accessibility/

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USABA is pleased to announce Kyle Coon as the organization’s Program and SafeSport Coordinator.

“I’m incredibly excited, humbled and honored to join the USABA team,” said Coon. “Having ... See more

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Losing his eyesight unexpectedly triggered a life of fitness, marathons and triathlons

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With the help of a network of sighted guides, Tony Duenas, 53, found fitness and freedom through endurance athletics after losing his eyesight in 2009.

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