The Haitian Amputee Soccer team concluded their three-week goodwill tour of the United States with a visit to the Little Rock area. The team was able to meet with Rick Fleetwood, CEO of Snell Prosthetics, and City of Bryant Attorney Chris Madison, who lost his leg in a boating accident when he was 10. Madison […]
On Sunday, December 3rd, Operation Go Quickly and the American Amputee Soccer Association will commemorate the International Day for Persons with Disabilities in Atlanta, GA. The commemoration will include an Amputee Soccer Demonstration Game followed by a Meet & Greet with the Haiti National Amputee Soccer Team and Wounded Warrior Robert Ferguson. Screening of the […]
Written and posted by Dr. Jerome Stewart at Dr. Jerome Stewart’s Blog on November 27, 2017. The Haiti National Amputee Soccer Team team came to Waxahachie, TX, on Nov. 15, 2017. The team visited Waxahchie Independent School District (WISD) classrooms during the day, and that evening played an exhibition game with the Southwestern Assemblies of […]
On the breezy afternoon of Friday, November 17, a small delegation from the Haiti National Amputee Soccer Team visited Bullard and provided a demonstration of amputee soccer at Bullard City Hall. The team was accompanied by Dr. Fred Sorrells, prosthetist Tim Goldberg and Don Bristow. Operation Go Quickly wishes to thank Chelci Amburgy and Jay […]
Amputee Soccer teams from Haiti and the USA compete for the America’s Cup of Amputee Soccer in this USL Network video that highlights the action from the July 29, 2017 match.
The following article by Alexander Lee was posted at TruthNetMedia.com on August 17, 2017. Lockheed Martin Manufacturing Engineering Manager Jose Daniel randomly ran into the Haitian Amputee Soccer team in Texas while they were training for the Cup of America in Irvine, California. After witnessing their raw talent during the practice session, Jose wanted to know more […]
The following article by Alexander Lee was posted at TruthNetMedia.com on July 28, 2017. St. Raphael Catholic Church hosted the Haitian Amputee Soccer team during their Cup of America tour. The church brought in the team for three nights so that they could have a place to eat and rest. St. Raphael opened up their Parish […]