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Volunteer Opportunities


Experience a life-changing weekend of connection, inspiration and celebration. Become an ABLE Games volunteer! As a volunteer, you will support teams of athletes showcasing their competitive skills and abilities. Work with first-time competitors to experienced RX champions! Volunteers keep our event running smoothly. Sign up now!

Stay tuned for how to volunteer in 2025

Volunteer Roles:


Our sport requires judges with integrity, accuracy, and consistency. Judges count repetitions, adhere to programmed movement standards and validate finish times and performances. Experience isn’t necessary, guidance and training provided beforehand.



Help our head staff make sure the floor is set-up for each event accurately and according to the weight and equipment breakdown guide. This may also include wiping down bars, rigs, and all equipment that is dirty of full of chalk.



Collect payment for spectators, direct athletes to registration, and check wristbands.


Athlete check in

Assist with athlete check in at the beginning of competition.


Athlete relations

Corral athletes for the heats of each event. Take athlete attendance and escort them to the competition floor.


Co-Ability Crew

Assist with the co-ability athletes before reaching the competition floor. Ensure they know the movements of the upcoming event.


Crowd Control



Volunteers will assist with the two hospitality rooms. Making sure the room is stocked with food and cleaned up as needed.


Scoring Runner

As a scoring volunteer you run information to scoring table administrators from the judges, and it’s recorded and posted.


Traffic Control

Our traffic control volunteers will help athletes navigate the SHAC. These volunteers will be located at different locations throughout the building to assist athletes to various places such as: registration, practice gym, staging, and competition gym.


Volunteer Check In

Our Volunteer Check-In crew will check in all volunteers, hand out t-shirts, and assist volunteers to where they need to be.

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