The Meet :
49th Annual Tri-State
Regional Games, May 24th-26th, 2019
Track & Field, Powerlifting, Archery
TRACK EVENTS WILL BE ELECTRONICALLY TIMED
(Swimming is not
This meet is a Level 3 ASUSA / ATFUSA / World Para
Results by athletes with an IPC license
will be reported to WPA
Results by junior athlete will be
reported to ASUSA for meeting standards for
the 2019 Junior
Nationals in Minnisota.
North Jersey Navigators Paralympic Sports Club,
Wheelchair Athletic Association,
Pascack Valley Regional High
Adaptive Sports USA,
U.S. Department of
Pascack Valley Regional High School
200 Piermont Avenue
Hillsdale, NJ 07642
Host Hotel for Tri-State Wheelchair & Ambulatory Regional Games:
reservations must be made no later than May 8th, 2019.
room block includes 25 rooms available on a first-come first-served
basis. A credit card is needed to guarantee each reservation. A form
of payment is required at time of check-in to cover all anticipated
charges. Lodging arrangements are the responsibility of each team or
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Paramus
601 From Road
Paramus, NJ 07652
Tel. (201) 262-6900
Hotel Room Rate Block Availability: May 23 - 27, 2019 Hotel Room
Discounted Rate: $129.00 + Applicable Tax (State and Hotel Occupancy
Included in rate:
• Free Hot Breakfast
Refrigerators & Microwaves in every room
• Complimentary High
Speed Internet Access (Wi-Fi)
• Complimentary Shuttle Service
within a 5 mile radius of the Hotel
• On-Site Guest Laundry
• Fitness center
• Bonefish Grill Restaurant on-site
that also offers room service for lunch & dinner
Click on the link
below to make the hotel reservation online:
Fairfield Inn & Suites Hotel:
Phone: (201) 262-6900
Group Code: TWA
When calling the hotel to make a
reservation mention that you are part of the “Tri-State Wheelchair &
Ambulatory Games” and
provide the Group Code “TWA” to receive the
discounted rate available through May 8th, 2019.
Fairfield Inn & Suites Paramus is also the host hotel for the Kessler
Foundation Wheelchair 10K
Registration & Fees:
The fees include registration, online registration service
fee, lunch, meet sanctioning and qualification for the 2019
Adaptive Sports USA Junior National Championships.
Registration must be completed by May 6, 2019 at 11:59 PM to
avoid a late fee.
A late fee of $50.00 will be assessed
for each online registration between May 7 – 10 at 11:59 PM.
The fees for on-time and late registrations are as
Registration Fees (By May 6) $65.00 Juniors or
Registration Fees ( May 7 - 10) $115.00
be either IPC Classifiable athletes and members of ASUSA
Review the Tri-State
Wheelchair & Ambulatory Games Packet document for the classification
and eligible events details on Pages 5-8
and the Simply Register Online Registration instructions on Page 21
prior to start the online registration.
ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM:
The Tri-State Games
LOC reserves the right to limit or cancel events based on enrollment
as of May 11, 2019.
will NOT be considered after May 11.
Registration will NOT be available at the games.
Physical Impairments Needing Classification for Track & Field
classification at the Tri-State Wheelchair and Ambulatory
Games will only be offered for track and field.
- All athletes in need of a National
classification evaluation for track and field must fill out a
National Medical Diagnostics Form .
Medical Diagnostics Form does not need to be filled out by a
doctor, but can be filled out by the athlete or parent who can
give information on the athlete’s eligible impairment.
- This will help classifiers in different
- One, it eliminates athletes who sign
up for classification evaluation who are not eligible for
- Two, it will assist the classifiers
in preparing for the athletes who will be evaluated at the
meet. The US Paralympics National Medical Diagnostics Form
for Physical Impairment can be found in the Reg. Package
(After the Simply Register Online Registration
- The complete form must be returned Bryce
Boarman at email@example.com by
Monday, May 6, 2019.
- The US Paralympics will review the form
and then sent to the National classifiers that are working the
Tri-State Wheelchair & Ambulatory Games event for review and
determination of eligibility to receive a classification
- Athletes with Visual Impairments
athletes with a visual impairment that have not been
classified must submit their medical forms to Bryce Boarman at
firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, May 6, 2019 to receive their
national classification. This form must be completed by
athlete's ophthalmologist. The US Paralympics National Medical
Diagnostic Form for Visual Impairment
- Athletes with Intellectual Impairments
Athletes with an intellectual impairment competing in
track and field at the Tri-State Wheelchair and Ambulatory
Games must contact Athletes Without Limits
http://www.athleteswithoutlimits.org/eligibility to apply for
eligibility to obtain their national classification. Refer to
the Eligibility - ID Athletes W-O Limits Form
- Please send all completed forms to Bryce
Boarman at email@example.com by Monday, May 6, 2019 or
contact him if you have any questions regarding
Tri-State Wheelchair & Ambulatory Regional
Sanctioned by Adaptive Sports USA
IPC Approved only for Track & Field Events
Athletes can set Junior and Adult ATFUSA National
Records in Track nd Field.
6 lane Mondo 400m Track (8 lane 100m)
Electronic timing for Track events
Track & Field will follow IPC and ATFUSA rules
Archery will follow Adaptive Sports USA Rules
Powerlifting will follow Adaptive Sports USA Rules
There will be two track competition
be two track competitions; an Open Track event on Saturday, May 25 and
another Track event on Sunday, May 26. The 5,000 meters Open
event will take place on Saturday, May 26. All the athletes
competing in the Open Track Event (Including the 5,000 meters event)
on Saturday, May 26 must meet the defined qualifying standards.
In addition, the Open Track competition will be limited to specific
classes and track events.