Established in 2009, Athletes with Disabilities Network (ADN) was formed by combining Athletes with Disabilities Hall of Fame and Extremity Events Network. ADN's mission is to promote a better quality of life by creating opportunities for people with physical disabilities. ADN operates and organizes the Athletes with Disabilities Hall of Fame and Extremity Games.
The Athletes with Disabilities Hall of Fame is the only Hall of Fame honoring individuals with disabilities for sport and recreation achievement worldwide. The Hall of Fame, which began in 1999, honors alumni that include Paralympians, word record holders and Tour de France participants.
Extremity Games is an extreme sports competition for athletes living with limb loss or limb difference. The Games provide an opportunity for athletes to compete peer-to-peer and provides unmatched camaraderie for those with limb loss or limb difference.
AJ Filippis, CPO, Wright & Filippis
John Domanick, Invacare Corporation
Meredith Hughes, Unisys Corporation
Tom Anderson, Compuware
Gary DesChenes, Foresters Financial Partners, Inc
Brandon Holiday, RMS & Associates
Tracii Haynes, Backcountry.com
Kim Les, MD, Beaumont Hospital
Mike Murray, DM Communications
Jeff Pierce, DO, Michigan Sports & Spine Center
Maurice Phillips, Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan
Sheila Qualls, Providence Hospital
Eric Robinson, Orthocare Innovations
Tony Rubino, Michigan Tether / Marketplace Promotion
Gerald Sarasin, Michigan State University
Brian Sheridan, OTR, Level 11 Physical Therapy
Jim Wazny, CTP, Wright & Filippis