A Chance to Play Gala

A Chance to Play

A Chance to Play Gala

Please join us for our annual A Chance to Play Gala as we gather to celebrate the impact that sport can have on individuals with physical and visual disabilities. On this special evening, we will honor our athletes, and say thanks to the foundations, community partners, and donors who invest in life-changing opportunities to play.  Guests will learn the importance that sport has in the lives of ALL athletes and how they can bring community-based and interscholastic programs to their communities.

When: Saturday, September 18, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Where: Pro Football Hall of Fame, 2121 George Halas Dr. NW, Canton, Ohio 44708

Who: Adults, (children family members of Adaptive Sports Ohio athletes 12yrs+ permitted)

Cost: Tickets $75, Tables $1,500 (tickets include a free pass to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on the day of the event)

Register: Please RSVP by September 4, 2021.

2021 Speaker:

Jud Logan

Jud Logan is in his 17th season as the Head Track and Field Coach at Ashland University. He has guided the Eagle men to three consecutive NCAA Division II team national championships. Since 2005-06, Logan’s Eagles have finished with 42 top-10 national team placements indoors and outdoors, and 59 individual national champions indoors and outdoors. Before becoming the head coach, Logan served 11 years as an assistant coach at AU. He is regarded as one of the top throwing coaches in the country, but as his record at Ashland emphasizes, he knows how to build a well-rounded team. The Eagles annually have one of the largest groups in the country at nationals.

Logan is also recognized for his success as an athlete on the international level. A world class star in the hammer throw, he has been on four United States Olympic Teams – 1984, 1988, 1992 and 2000. He has competed in the Pan-American Games, the Goodwill Games and World Championships. He held the American record of 268 feet, 8 inches in the hammer throw. Throughout his career, which included five Olympic Trials and nine national trials, he has never finished outside of the top three finishers.

2021 Sponsors:

Presenting Sponsor

  • Bridgestone Americas