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IBSA World Games 2015 update




The IBSA World Games 2015 - featuring competitions in eleven disciplines - will take place in Seoul, South Korea, from 8th to 18th May 2015.

The organising committee has the pleasure of inviting all IBSA member countries to take part in the event. The following sports are on the programme:

  • Athletics (IPC approved)
  • Football (B1)
  • Football (B2-B3)
  • Goalball
  • Judo
  • Powerlifting
  • Showdown
  • Swimming (IPC approved)
  • Tandem Cycling
  • Tenpin Bowling
  • Chess

For more information contact  ibsawg2015seoul@gmail.com.

IBSA World Games 2015 web site - http://www.ibsawg2015seoul.org/.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • 1. What is IBSA?
    Since IBSA was founded in Paris in 1981, we have been in a constant process of evolution to adapt to the ever-changing world of sports for the blind.

    IBSA is registered as a non-profit making, public interest body in Spain, and we are full members of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), where we are the legitimate representatives of sport for the blind.

  • 2. What is the purpose of IBSA?
    Our status allows us to provide our movement with a unique identity in order to further develop and promote sports for the blind and visually impaired. We are also committed to providing assistance to our national member organisations in all five continents, especially those organisations in developing countries which have to date been unable to spread the word about blind sports sufficiently within their countries and do not have an established school sports programme for the blind, local and national competition programme, etc.


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