Crolf / Krolf

Crolf is a sport that could describe as a mix of croquet and golf. The sport was invented in Denmark and could play with the same equipment as for croquet; mallet and a ball, the gameplay is similar to that of golf, putting the ball into a hole. The sport…

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Crolf / Krolf
Krolf / Crolf

Torball

Torball is a game developed in the 70s for blind and low vision athletes. It is a fast-moving team sport for visually impaired persons that suits men and women of all ages alike. There are lots of facilities in this game for rehabilitation activities as well as leisure, school and top-level sport. It is…

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Powerchair Football

Powerchair football (or Power Soccer ), the most popular sport for power wheelchair users around the world, was created in France in 1978.  With steady growth, the sport is now played in over 25 countries, with more joining every year.  For more on the history of this wonderful sport, visit…

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Showdown

Showdown was designed in 1977 for people with a visual impairment and it is a sport that could be played recreationally and/or competitively without sighted assistance. The equipment Showdown needed is the specially designed table, two bats, a particular ball with sound, and a special glove for the batting hand…

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Croquet

Croquet is a great sport that is playing in many different forms. It is played on grass with mallets and balls made of wood or plastic. Serious croquet is playing at the international level, Every player has their ball, and the objective of the game is to hit the ball…

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Blind Football

The IBSA World Games (formerly IBSA World Championships and Games) or World Blind Games are an international multi-sport event, occurring every four years, organized by the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA). The events enable blind and partially sighted athletes to compete in a number of sports. The first event took place in Madrid, Spain in 1998.   Blind Football, China vs Korea…

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Blind Football
Blind football

Goalball

Goalball was created in 1946 to rehabilitate veterans of World War II who had lost their sight. Goalball was invented in 1946 by Austrian, Hanz Lorenzen, and German Sepp Rekindle, in an effort to help in the rehabilitation of blinded war veterans. The game was introduced to the world in…

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GOALBALL

Blind Tennis

Blind Tennis (tennis for the blind and visually impaired people or Sound Tennis) is a relatively new sport. Born in Japan, in Kawagoe in 1984 and it was originally created by Mr. Miyoshi Takei. He was a blind student who wanted to play tennis, and along with his physical education…

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RaceRunning / Frame Running is a popular CP sport

RaceRunning (also known as Frame Running) is a sport designed for athletes with disabilities and balance impairments. Athletes use a running bike, called RaceRunner, which features a three-wheeled frame with saddle and body supports and no pedals. they should have the ability to steering the bike The RaceRunner bike allows…

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Boccia

Boccia is a precision ball sport, similar to bocce, and related to bowls and pétanque. The name "boccia" is derived from the Latin word for "boss" – bottia. The sport is contested at local, national and international levels, by athletes with severe physical disabilities. It was originally designed to be played by people with cerebral palsy but now includes athletes…

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Boccia
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