Ninja Warrior Charity Competition

par SkateABLE

  • lundi, 19 juin 2017 de 7:22 Matin à dimanche, 05 novembre 2017 11:59 Après-midi (HNE)
  • Double Dragon Martial Arts & Fitness 1045 Trillium Drive, Unit #3, Kitchener, ON N2R 0A2

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Double Dragon Martial Arts of Kitchener presents Waterloo Region's 1st Ninja Warrior Competition and Charity Fundraiser.  

100% of the proceeds raised from this event will go directly to SkateABLE™, Canada’s only charitable skating organization dedicated to children with physical disabilities.

Event Details:

Sunday, November 5th @ Double Dragon Martial Arts & Fitness

Competitors participate in an obstacle course much like the one seen on the NBC's hit TV show American Ninja Warrior. 


Schedule of Events:

Team Events                                                    Individual Events

   Elementary School Team                                   Child (age 6-12)

   Secondary School Team                                     Youth (age 12-17)

   College/University School Team                          Adult (age 18+)

   Corporate Team

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Double Dragon Martial Arts & Fitness
1045 Trillium Drive, Unit #3, Kitchener, ON N2R 0A2

19 juin 2017
lundi, 19 juin 2017 7:22 Matin (HAE)


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Double Dragon Martial Arts & Fitness
1045 Trillium Drive, Unit #3
Kitchener , ON
N2R 0A2

À propos de cet organisme

SkateABLE™ exists to relieve conditions associated with disability by providing specially adapted ice skating programs, equipment, and instruction to individuals with physical and developmental disabilities; and to do all such things as are incidental or ancillary to the attainment of the above purposes. As a HIGH FIVE® registered organization, SkateABLE™ is committed to delivering programs to the highest standard of quality and safety for sports and recreation in Canada. Through the use of adaptive skating equipment including skating walkers and harnesses, persons with any form of physical or developmental disability can participate in ice skating. We can accommodate skaters with disabilities including cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, Autism, Down Syndrome, language and speech delays, hearing impaired, and learning disabilities.