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51st Tri-state Wheelchair & Ambulatory Games

May 27-29


Registration is now open for the 51st Tri-State Wheelchair & Ambulatory Games.  The meet will take place at the Rahway River Park in Clark, NJ and it is open to all juniors and adults.  The meet is a qualifier for the 2022 Move United Junior National Championships.  Sports contested include track, field, and powerlifting.  Powerlifting will be on Friday, May 27; Field events on Saturday, May 28; and Track events on Sunday, May 29. 

The LOC still waiting for the USOPC to assign a National Classification Panel.  If we are able to provide National Classification in Track and Field, it will only take place on Friday, May 27 between 3 PM – 9 PM.  If there’s a high demand for National Classification, priority will be given to athletes participating at the 2022 Move United Junior National Championships and the 2022 Adult Nationals. If National Classification is not available, athletes that have never been Nationally classified will be given a provisional classification to compete at the Tri-State Wheelchair & Ambulatory Games.

Attached are the Tri-State Wheelchair & Ambulatory Games Packet and the National Medical Diagnosis Forms for athletes with physical and visual impairments in need of classification.  The Games Packet contains the Simply Register Online Registration instructions, Host Hotel, Classification details, Games Schedule, Driving Directions, and the Junior Track Relay Team form.  If you would like to register your Junior team for the relay event on Sunday, May 29 please complete the Junior Track Relay Team Form on Page 8 and email it to Jimmy Cuevas at by Tuesday, May 17th, 2022.

Online Registration:
Registration must be completed online with Simply Register by Wednesday, May 11, 2022 to avoid a late fee.  Registration cost is $65 and a late fee of $35 will be assessed for each online registration between May 12 - 15.  Online Registration will end on Tuesday, May 15, 2022 and registrations will NOT be accepted after that day.  Registration will NOT be available at the games.  Please review the Tri-State Wheelchair & Ambulatory Games Packet for the classification and eligible events details on Pages 5-7 and the Simply Register Online Registration instructions on Page 18 prior to start the online registration.  Click on the link below to complete the online registration:

Online Registration URL =>

Host Hotel:
Hotel reservations must be made no later than Friday, May 13th, 2022.   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 individual athlete.  Hotel rooms are in high demand and limited, therefore, the room block will not be extended once all the rooms are reserved.

Hampton Inn Woodbridge
370 US-9 North
Woodbridge, NJ  07095              
Tel. (732) 855-6900

Hotel Room Rate: $139.00 + Applicable Taxes
Hotel Room Rate Block Availability: May 27 - 29, 2022

Included in rate:

  • Free Parking
  • Complimentary Hot Breakfast 
  • Mini Refrigerators & Microwaves
  • Complimentary High-Speed Internet Access (Wi-Fi)
  • Fitness center
  • On-Site Guest Laundry Room

Hotel Reservation Options:

Hotel Reservation URL  =>
Tri-State Regional Games  - Hampton Inn Woodbridge Group Reservation

Phone Reservation:   Tel. (732) 855-6900
Group Code:              TSR

When calling the hotel to make a reservation mention that you are part of the “Tri-State Regional” and provide the Group Code “TSR” to receive the discounted rate of $139 per night plus applicable taxes available through
Friday, May 13th, 2022

Transportation Between Host Hotel And Competition Venue

The Tri-State Games LOC will NOT provide transportation.  Athletes and coaches are responsible for their transportation.

 Athletes with Physical Impairments (PI):

Athletes in need of a National Classification evaluation in Track and Field must fill out the National Medical Diagnosis Form.  The national forms do not need to be filled out by a doctor and should be submitted to no later than April 22nd, 2022. The form should clearly define which of the eligible impairment(s) the athlete has and supporting documentation should be provided to verify the underlying health condition or origin of the impairment(s).  Ensure to submit all the required documents and complete the registration by Friday, April 22nd to be considered for a classification appointment.  The National Physical Impairment Medical Diagnostics Form (MDF) can be can be found in the attached documents.

Athletes with Visual Impairments (VI):

All athletes with a visual impairment that have not been classified must fill out the National Visual Impairment Medical Diagnostics Form along with supporting documentation related to the diagnosed eye condition as outlined on the medical diagnosis form at least four weeks prior to competition to the USOPC Classification Manager at to receive their national classification.  This form must be completed by athlete's ophthalmologist.  The National Visual Impairment Medical Diagnostics Form (MDF) can be can be found in the attached documents.

Athletes with Intellectual and Developmental Impairments:

Athletes with an intellectual and developmental disabilities competing in track and field at the Tri-State Wheelchair and Ambulatory Games must contact Athletes Without Limits to apply for eligibility to obtain their national classification. The three main criteria to be eligible for the II sport class of Paralympic Competition are:

  • IQ of 75 or below (Must be *WISC, WAIS, Stanford-Binet or Raven)
  • Significant limitations in Adaptive Behavior (Vineland, ABAS or Other)
  • Onset before age 18

Important: National classification appointments for track & field are reserved for U.S. citizens only.  If you are a citizen of another country and you have never undergone classification evaluation you must first obtain proof of citizenship in the U.S. before you will be scheduled for classification evaluation by a U.S. National classification panel.  In order to participate at the Games, you must be classified in each sport you wish to compete in.  If you have not been classified you will be notified of your classification time.  If an athlete is not a U.S. Citizen the athlete will go through the classification process but he or she will be given a temporary classification to compete at the Tri-State Wheelchair and Ambulatory Games.  Please review the Classification section in the Games Packet on Page 3 very carefully in order to not miss any deadlines regarding the required classification paperwork and documentation. 


Please let me know if you have any questions or need additional information.  I look forward to seeing you on Memorial Day Weekend!


Jimmy Cuevas
Tri-State Wheelchair & Ambulatory Games, Meet Director

Tel. 551-655-4176


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