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Wheelchair Sport Organisations & Associations

Wheelchair Sport Organisations & Associations

  • International Paralympic Committee (IPC)
    The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) is the global governing body of the Paralympic Movement. The IPC organizes the Summer and Winter Paralympic Games, and serves as the International Federation for nine sports, for which it supervises and co-ordinates the World Championships and other competitions.

  • WheelPower - British Wheelchair Sport
    WheelPower provides accessible facilities at the Stoke Mandeville Stadium, the "home of Wheelchair Sport" including an Athletics Arena, Sports Hall, Indoor Bowls Centre, Swimming Pool and Fitness Centre. On site accommodation in the Olympic Lodge and the Olympic Village is suitable for a wide range of disabilities and is complemented by meeting and conference facilities and catering for events of all sizes.

  • Disability Sport Events
    DSE creates opportunities for participation in sport for people with all impairments. We are the number one events agency, providing events in various sports.

  • English Federation of Disability Sport
    EFDS is the national body responsible for developing sport for disabled people in England. EFDS work closely with five National Disability Sports Organisations (NDSOs) recognised by Sport England to develop sporting opportunities for the 11 million disabled people in England.

  • British Blind Sport
    British Blind Sport (BBS) is a national registered charity based in Leamington Spa. Since its beginnings as a registered charity in 1976, British Blind Sport has become the leading voice for visually impaired people (VI) in the world of sport and leisure, both at home and internationally.

  • Wheelchair Football Association
    The WFA are recognised by the FA (Football Association) as the sports governing body and have their full backing. The WFA are currently in negotiations with a number of other Disability Sports Organisations, including the British Wheelchair Sports Association, in order to move the sport forward.

  • Great Britain Wheelchair Basketball Association
    The Great Britain Wheelchair Basketball Association is the governing body of the sport in the UK. The Association employs a full-time development officer. Information regarding the whereabouts of local clubs can be obtained from this website or the GBWBA Office, who can give help and advice to any individual or group wishing to develop their own clubs/teams.

  • Disability Sport Wales
    The Federation of Disability Sport Wales (FDSW) is a pan-disability National Governing Body of Sport Which aims to promote and develop quality sports opportunities for disabled people throughout Wales.

  • British Wheelchair Archery Association
    The Association is the reference point for all wheelchair users, for those wishing to try archery , by putting them in touch with local clubs.

  • Federation Internationale D'escrime
    The FIE is the organization which governs fencing throughout the world. It is based in the Olympic capital Lausanne and currently counts 127 member federations

  • Riding For The Disabled Association
    RDA is a federation of Member Groups, which are dedicated to improving the lives of people with disabilities, through the provision of opportunities for riding and/or carriage driving.

  • Disability Martial Arts Association
    The association is a wide ranging support network for people with all types of disabilities. They have a fundamental belief that people come first and disability is second

  • British Wheelchair Racing Association
    The BWRA was formed in 1989 by athletes who wished to promote wheelchair racing for all in Great Britain. At the present moment there are 116 members from all over the British Isles

  • British Wheelchair Bowls Association
    The BWBA are there to assist wheelchair users to get the most out of the sport, whether they are just starting out or are experienced bowlers. They help members to become fully integrated into their local clubs and playing in league games, matches and competitions at club and higher levels.

  • British Wheelchair Pool Players Association
    The BWPPA was formed to enable wheelchair players to participate in the American disciplines of 9 Ball and 8 Ball pool. BWPPA is the recognised governing body of American pool for Great Britain.

  • British Wheelchair Curling Association
    The BWCA was founded in January 2004. The aim of the Association is to develop, organise and plan all aspects of preparation, selection and competition to prepare teams for the Paralympic Games.

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