Welcome to TNABA
Welcome to the Tennessee Association of Blind Athletes Web Site. TNABA is the home of knowledge, resources, and most of all the home of opportunities. Whether you are a parent of a blind child or a visually impaired adult looking for fun and exciting recreational activities to pass the time, an athlete looking for competitive sports to compete in, or a coach, educator, community program organizer, or a friend looking for ways to adapt activities to create a more inclusive environment for persons with visual disabilities, you have come to the right place. TNABA is dedicated to providing you with the tools, knowledge, and resources to live life to the fullest.
It is Goalball Time in Tennessee!
TNABA will host a Benefit Goalball tournament on Saturday January 26th from 8 AM - 4 PM. All proceeds goes to providing opportunities for people with visual disabilities the same opportunities for meaningful recreation and competitive sports. The tournament will be held on the beautiful campus of the Tennessee School for the Blind. This tournament will consist of 8 co-ed teams, with a maximum of two TNABA experienced team members on each team. Teams are being asked to raise a minimum of $400 as an entry fee into the tournament.
The TNABA Mission
The mission of the Tennessee Association of Blind Athletes is to enhance the lives and overall health of all blind and visually impaired people of Tennessee; to promote physical fitness through world-class athletic opportunities and recreational activities; to create more opportunities for blind and visually impaired individuals, enhancing their lives and educating the public on their exceptional athletic abilities.
Paralympic Sports Club
We are recognized by the U.S. Paralympic Committee as a Paralympic Sports Club that provides world class programs for adaptive athletes and wounded warriors of all kinds.
USABA State Chapter
We are the official State chapter of the United States Association of Blind Athletes (USABA).
Upgrading Our Web Site
Please bare with us as we are currently upgrading our web site over the next couple of months. We are creating a whole new layout and reorganizing content, as well as switching to a new server. The new web site will allow us to serve visually impaired Tennesseans and educate the public on our mission.