Breaking the Ice: Providing Truly Inclusive Sporting Opportunities Planet Ice and the British Sledge Hockey Association (BSHA) are delighted to announce a revolutionary project to develop and promote Ice Sledge Hockey throughout the UK.
> Sporting great appointed as new Community Development Coaches Network Manager at Volleyball England25th November 10
Former Olympian and current GB Women’s coach Audrey Cooper is joining Volleyball England as Community Development Coaches (CDC) Network Manager, it was announced today.
Goalball is an exciting strategic game played by blind and visually impaired players. Having recently featured in the C4 Paralympic Show series all players wear shades and have to use their sense of touch and hearing to orientate themselves around a volleyball size court.
The British Judo Association is delighted to announce that, for the first time ever, the 2011 International Blind Sports Association (IBSA) Judo European Championships will be held in Great Britain.
Britain's Peter Norfolk and Lucy Shuker experienced conflicting fortunes on Wednesday as the 2010 NEC Wheelchair Tennis Singles Masters got underway at the Frans Otten Stadium in Amsterdam, with Norfolk easing to victory in his opening quad singles match.
With under two years to go until the London 2012 Games, the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) is on the hunt for up to 70,000 diverse and brilliant volunteers who will make the London 2012 Games happen: Games Makers.