We offer three levels of sponsorship for competitive adaptive climbers around the country. Depending on individual needs, we can provide assistance with gear costs, training, competition registrations, and more.
Frequently asked questions
How do I sign up?
Individuals interested in joining the ACG Athlete Team must first submit an application here.
Who should I contact if I have additional questions?
Please fill out the contact form on our About page to get in touch!
Am I an adaptive climber?
Amputation/Limb Difference: Limb difference is not amputation and refers to those who have a congenital abnormality of a limb from birth.
Neurological: Brain damage or permanent neuromuscular conditions. Examples include Parkinson’s, Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, and Traumatic Brain Injury.
Spinal Cord Injury: Permanent damage to the Spinal Cord between Cervix and Lumbar segments. Examples include wheelchair users.
Visual Impairment: Blind or severe impairment that is not helped with glasses.
How are competitive athletes supported?
Do I need to live in New York, Massachussetts, or Chicago to become an athlete?
Not at all! Our regular programming is currently limited to a few regions, but we will gladly support those looking to compete from all around the United States.