The National Wheelchair Softball Association’s World Series is taking place Aug. 9 to 11 at the T-Bones Stadium in Kansas City, Kansas.
Fourteen teams from throughout the United States and Japan are competing in the three day-event.
Touranment hosts include Midwest Adaptive Sports, The Kansas City Kansas Convention and Visitors Bureau, Kansas City Royals Wheelchair Softball, Per4Max and the Kansas City T-Bones Baseball Club.
“We are proud to help bring this event to Kansas City, Kansas and to host it at our ballpark. It has been a pleasure working with all the tournament hosts to make this happen,” Chris Browne, vice president and general manager of the T-Bones baseball club, said.
Admission is free and concession stands will be open at T-Bones Stadium. The public may attend.
For more information see the website, www.wheelchairsoftball.org.
“We invite all to come out and watch these players as they compete at the highest level of competition this sport has to offer,” said John Teegarden, director of Softball/Midwest Adaptive Sports.