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2021 IBSA Judo Grand Prix | Warwick
2021 IBSA Judo Grand Prix | Warwick
The 2021 IBSA Judo Grand Prix, in Warwick, Great Britain took place from 19-20 June. The competition was the final qualifier for Tokyo 2020. Day two | Preliminaries | Mat 1 Day two | Preliminaries | Mat 2 Day two | Preliminaries | Mat 3 Day one | Preliminaries | Mat 1 Day one | […]
2021 IBSA Goalball European Championships B
2021 IBSA Goalball European Championships B
From 3-6 June watch as men’s and women’s teams from across Europe went for promotion to the A Pool and the chance...

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Arezki and France seek to reclaim status at Tokyo 2020
Arezki and France seek to reclaim status at Tokyo 2020
The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games on one month’s time will mark the return of France, pitted against the world’s best in the...
Brazil announce judo, football, goalball Tokyo 2020 teams
Brazil announce judo, football, goalball Tokyo 2020 teams
The Brazilian Confederation of Sports for the Visually Impaired (CBDV) have announced the 30 judoka, blind footballers and...
Buayai: Thailand up for challenge of Tokyo 2020
Buayai: Thailand up for challenge of Tokyo 2020
The Paralympic Games represents the pinnacle of blind football, with a coveted Paralympic medal around the neck a dream for...

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IBSA, the International Blind Sports Federation, is in charge of a wide range of sports for athletes who are blind or partially sighted.

In IBSA we believe sport is one of the best ways to promote mainstreaming and integration in society for people with a visual impairment. Sport can help people overcome their disability by boosting their self-esteem and their ability to overcome adversity.