Socials, Educational Sessions, Sport Clinics & Exploration Opportunities

Educational Sessions

Athletes Session Snack-Chat powered by Lakeshore Foundation

Monday, July 19 3:00pm – 4:50pm

Lakeshore Foundation welcomes you to come enjoy some snacks while you listen to Roderick Sewell, the first bilateral above the knee amputee to complete Kona Ironman, chat about how to Raise Your Voice as a disabled athlete. Whether it’s on snap chat, Instagram or any other media outlet learn how your brand can support disabled identity.

Coaches/Parents Session Resolving Conflict and Empowering Leadership powered by TrueSport

Monday, July 19 3:00pm – 3:50pm

There are many qualities and skills an effective leader needs to acquire for long-term success and impact, so how do you – as an external influencer and role model – empower today’s young athletes to become tomorrow’s great leaders? Join TrueSport Outreach Education Lead, Audrey Shaw, to examine and explore the complexities of leadership development. Be prepared to interact with others during the presentation and to share your thoughts with the group. This session is specifically designed for coaches, sport administrators, parents, guardians, and other youth sport influencers, although athletes are highly encouraged to participate if interested.

Athletes Session Fueling for Performance powered by TrueSport

Monday, July 19 4:00pm – 4:50pm

What should you eat after competition to assist with recovery? How much should you be consuming to reach your peak performance? Where do you begin when deciding what’s best for you and your fueling needs? Why should you be weary of dietary supplements? Learn the answers to all these questions and more when you join TrueSport Outreach Education Lead, Audrey Shaw, as she breaks fueling for performance down into its most basic terms. This session is highly recommended for athletes to attend, although coaches and other support persons are welcomed, too! Be sure to bring your cell phones with you, as it may be helpful to have the calculator function available.

Sport Clinics

Para Powerlifting powered by USA Para Powerlifting

Sunday, July 18 7:00pm – 7:45pm

USA Para Powerlifting is one of the fastest growing Paralympic sports in the USA. If you want to “lift things up and put them down ” then this is the sport for you . Come to the clinic and learn more about this exciting opportunity to bench press and represent Team USA! This clinic is powered by USA Para Powerlifting and geared towards athletes.

Wheelchair Tennis powered by US Tennis Association

Wednesday, July 21 9:30am-11:30am and 1:30pm-3:30pm

Come and play wheelchair tennis in a fun and engaging way!  USTA has a pathway from beginner all the way to Grand Slam stardom. The goal is to introduce you to this wonderful sport and help you find local programming in your area. This clinic is powered by USTA and geared towards athletes.

Sitting Volleyball powered by USA Volleyball

Thursday, July 22 1:00pm – 2:30pm

Want to play a fast-paced and high energy team sport? Come and learn to play sitting volleyball. USA Volleyball is always looking for its next Paralympic team members and no previous volleyball experience is required!  If you are an athlete that enjoys teamwork, can move quickly on the floor, and has the desire to smash a ball back at the other team, then sitting volleyball is for you.  Come play sitting volleyball and join us on the path to the podium.  This clinic is powered by USA Volleyball and geared towards athletes and coaches.


Tuesday Evening Social
Join the Parade of Athletes and celebrate those involved in the Move United 2021 Junior Nationals at the Welcome Ceremony. Entertainment and fun all around! Sign up for the dinner during the registration process and kick back with family and friends.

Friday Evening Social
Close out the week with an evening of awards and entertainment at the Move United 2021 Junior Nationals Closing Celebration.  Sign up for the closing celebration dinner during the registration process and wrap up the week in style.  Additional details to come.

Explorational Opportunities

Discount tickets to the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum for Junior Nationals registrants’

The U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum is a one-of-a-kind tribute to the Olympic and Paralympic movements, with Team USA athletes at the center of the story. Voted the best new attraction in 2020 by USA TODAY, the 60,000-square-foot attraction features 12 immersive and interactive galleries. Located in downtown Colorado Springs, the Museum shares Team USA’s Olympic and Paralympic history through iconic artifacts, immersive storytelling, and multiple sport interactives. Visit to plan your visit and review the flyer in the registrants’ packets onsite to obtain exclusive Move United discounted tickets.

Colorado Rapids

Move United and the Colorado Rapids would like to extend an exclusive discount to you for an upcoming Major League Soccer match! Tickets are available for July 17th v. San Jose Earthquakes and/or July 21st v. FC Dallas. Both matches kick off at 7pm.

For any questions/issues or to learn about other ticketing options, please contact Mario Castro at or 303-727-3743

Learn more and gain tickets at

Do you have a break in your competition schedule? Extending your stay? Colorado is home to dozens of state and national parks. Get out and explore!

The America the Beautiful Access Pass offering access to national parks is a free lifetime pass for US citizens who have a permanent disability. Read more

America the Beautiful – National Parks & Federal Recreational Lands Access Pass:
National Park Service Accessibility website
Rocky Mountain National Park
Host City – Other thing to do in the area