Sportable is proud to host the first annual River City Slam wheelchair tennis tournament in historic Richmond, Virginia June 11-13, 2021 at Collegiate School. Event registration is available now for $60 per player at Sportable.org. All proceeds will directly benefit Sportable’s mission to make sports accessible and inclusive in Virginia.
The USTA sanctioned event is open to all levels, including first-time players, in divisions A, B, C, D and Juniors. Collegiate School will host all matches on hard courts at the state-of-the-art Williams Bolletieri Tennis Center on its Robins Campus and thorough COVID-19 safety, socially distant, and robust sanitization protocols will be in place. Cash prizes will be awarded, courtesy of generous community support.
River City Slam is produced by Sportable, Central Virginia’s premier adaptive sports club since 2005. Wheelchair tennis is one of more than 20 competitive and recreational sports programs offered by Sportable, a non-profit committed to creating opportunities and transforming lives through sport.
For more information about the River City Slam Wheelchair Tennis Tournament, including registration and sponsorship opportunities, contact Tournament Director Forrest Lodge at firstname.lastname@example.org or 804-340-2991.
$60 for Letter Players
$30 for Juniors
No charge for Coaches and Guests
**Entry fee does not include hotel accommodations**
All Division entries must be received by June 4, 2021
River City Slam has partnered with 288 Travel and Richmond Region Tourism to secure ADA/accessible rooms at three hotels, all conveniently located less than 5 miles from the River City Slam tournament site.
Volunteer support is needed with set up, check-in, hospitality, scorekeeping, etc. For more information about volunteer opportunities, please contact Forrest Lodge, Tournament Director, at email@example.com.Register Now!
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