RaceRunning Classification (Part 1)

The RaceRunning Classification is a functional system. The athletes are assessed in the RaceRunner to determine the practical use of their extremities operating the RaceRunner. A bench test is also used to determine the type and degree of the motor and neurological problem. RaceRunning is a sport open to athletes…

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What makes athletes different?

What do you think of being an athlete? How much do you know about athletes' lives differences compared to other people? Do you think that being an athlete is being like a superhero? Well, the fact is that heroes are not supernatural people. They are just ordinary people with motivation…

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Can you call yourself an athlete?

What images come to your mind when you hear the word athlete? A RaceRunner? A Goalball player? A blind football player or a Boccia player? What do you know about being an athlete and their lifestyle?  Who is an athlete? A person who competes in one or more sports, which…

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RaceRunner (The RaceRunning Bike)

People of all ages use RaceRunning bikes (RaceRunner) for recreation, everyday mobility, and sport at all levels. Race Running has started from Denmark to other countries like Portugal, Norway, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Sweden, UK, Canada, Finland, the USA, and Saudi Arabia. RaceRunning is an athletic discipline where the athlete is…

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Make the world a better place for the disabled.

Have you ever face a disabled person around in a family or neighborhood? Do you know anything about their problems? How much do you know about their lives? Who is called a disabled person? In general, a disabled person is someone who has physical, mental, cognitive, or even developmental impairments…

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Polybat Classification

Classification System As in other modalities, in Polybat, athletes compete according to the sport classifications or by area of ​​disability. Competitive classes: • Division 1: Players in a wheelchair with a minimal range of motion have difficulty recovering their vertical position after hitting the ball. Difficulty covering the entire width of the table,…

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Polybat

Polybat, or side table tennis, as it is also known, was created in England in the mid-1980s. The activity emerged as a recreational alternative for those who did not have the profile of Boccia and could not practice conventional Table Tennis. The characteristic profile includes those who have muscular dystrophy,…

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Introduce The Sky Blue Boccia Backpack

The new sky blue Superior Boccia backpack is made from polyester by Handi Life Sport. The Backpack has two packets, one in front, and another one is in the side to bring a water bottle or other necessary stuff, two adjustable and comfortable bands lets you carry the Backpack comfortably,…

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Global Accessibility Awareness Day

Today it's Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD): a global event that shines a light on digital access and inclusion for people with disabilities. The GAAD is a day dedicated to celebrating existing digital accessibility and inclusion for the more than one billion people with disabilities and impairments. Since 2009 this…

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The secret of the Rainbow Ball!

The secret of the Rainbow Ball. Today we are writing about one of the impressive Paralympic Sport, which has many fans, Blind Football. In this post, we want to satisfy your curiosity about one of the equipments for this fantastic sport. Almost everyone can guess how the players identify the…

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