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Water sports for people with disabilities

Water sports for people with disabilities

01/10/2019

Sport is becoming increasingly inclusive and continues to adapt to people’s diverse capabilities. Swimming, diving and sailing are just some of the water sports that allow people with disabilities to practice sports activities during the summer. These sports combine physical activity with leisure and well-being.

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Adapted and Disability Football

Adapted and Disability Football

22/01/2019

There are several ways for people living with a wide range of disabilities. These include adapting football for:

  • Blind or visually impaired people
  • Hearing impaired or deaf people
  • Football for amputees
  • Football for people with cerebral palsy
  • Football for people with learning disabilities
  • Wheelchair and powerchair football

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Discover adapted padel

Discover adapted padel

06/11/2018

In just over two years, adapted padel has become a booming sport, highlighted by the creation of clubs, associations and tournaments throughout the country. This new sport, which allows those with physical and mental disabilities to participate in, is played in a wheelchair, uses racquets and a conventional padel ball, and incorporates modifications similar to those of wheelchair tennis, such as the ball being allowed to bounce twice.

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Boccia: How is it played?

Boccia: How is it played?

26/07/2018

Did you know that Boccia is currently the fastest growing Paralympic sport by participation?

Boccia is probably the most accessible game in the world and the only one where able-bodied people can easily play alongside those with disabilities. The rules for Boccia are quite simple in principle, although more complexity is added when you compete at higher levels.

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