Paralympic hopefuls are coming to Los Angeles to compete in the third-annual Angel City Games!
Today marks the opening ceremonies to LA's premiere adaptive sports competition.
Co-founded by Ezra Frech and his father Clayton, the games are meant to inspire and celebrate adaptive athletes with a weekend full of activities and competition.
The games feature more competitive opportunities (5 Paralympic sports – Track & Field, Swimming, Archery, Wheelchair Basketball, and Wheelchair Tennis) and more community-building activities for the athletes and guests.
The games go from June 22nd-25th and are held at:
221 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, CA, 90095
For more info, check out the website HERE and follow them on social media @angelcitygames
Jennifer spoke to Ezra and Clayton on Wake Up Call about the event, how they created ACG and what it means to the adaptive sports community. Listen to the entire interview below!