Adaptive FlowRider put to use for first ever competition

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CARMEL, Ind. (WISH) – Carmel’s Monon Community Center put the state’s only Adaptive FlowRider to use on Tuesday.

The first ever competition and showcase was held at The Waterpark. The event allowed children and adults with disabilities to compete on surf and body boards.

Prizes were given out for best trick, best control and most improved.

There was also a showcase for riders who were shy about showing off their skills. Organizers told 24-Hour News 8 they hope to make it an annual event.

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