LOS ANGELES, Calif. (FOX 11) - The 4th annual Angel City Games returns to UCLA from June 21-24, and founders Ezra Frech and his father Clayton joined us on Good Day LA to talk about what the multi-sport Paralympic style competition means to them -- and many others.
Watch the full interview above!
The event is an inclusive competition open to athletes of all skill levels who have physical or visual impairments, including but not limited to: amputation, spinal cord injury, paraplegia, quadriplegia, spina bifida, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, blindness or visual impairment, TBI or head injury, stroke, muscular dystrophy, neuromuscular/orthopedic conditions, limb difference, brachial plexus and dwarfism or short stature.
Hundreds of adaptive athletes from across Southern California participate in the Angel City Games, in addition to participants who travel from all over the world -- including beginner to elite adults, military veterans, active-duty military personnel and children.
-Registration fees for athletes 17 and under who reside in one of Southern California's eight counties are FREE thanks to the LA84 Foundation.
-Registration fees for Veterans are FREE thanks to the Department of Veterans Affairs and Adaptive Sports USA.
-Registration for all other participants is open and fees are donation-based.