2009 Dates for Cerebral Palsy Football Training

FOOTBALL FOR BOYS & GIRLS AGED 7-14 WITH DYSPRAXIA, CEREBRAL PALSY OR CO-ORDINATION DIFFICULTIES

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Jason Smyth wins 2008 Texaco Sports Award for Athletics

The eight top Irish sports stars chosen as winners of the 2008 Texaco Sport Stars of the Year Awards on this, the 51st year of the event, were presented with their awards by An Taoiseach, Brian Cowen TD at a gala awards dinner held in the Four Seasons Hotel, Dublin last night.

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Disability Cycling 2012 Programme.

After a hugely successful 4 year campaign, cumulating with 3 fifth place finishes at the Paralympic games in Beijing, Cycling Ireland (CI) and the Paralympic Council of Ireland (PCI) are now undertaking a talent trawl to identify athletes with a disability and able bodied tandem pilots to try out for their 2012 Eye on London Programme.

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New Power Soccer Club in Kildare

Kildare Sports Partnership in conjunction with the FAI is setting up a power soccer club in County Kildare.
Power Soccer is an action-packed team sport combining the skills of the wheelchair user with the speed and power of the chair itself to create an extremely challenging game very similar to soccer.

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FAI Cerebral Palsy Soccer Sessions

The FAI are running a number of CP Soccer session in Dublin Area over the next few months. Please find below a list of dates & times of the sessions.

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Cerebral Palsy Soccer Roadshow – Waterford

  Cerebral Palsy Sport Ireland and the FAI are hosting a Development Training Roadshow in Waterford on the 1st November.  The session will take place in the Kingfisher Club from 1pm – 3pm.   The session is open to boys, girls, men & Women of all ages with Cerebral Palsy and is completely free.   The Irish […]

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3rd National Adapted Physical Activity Conference

The Institute of Technology Tralee in Partnership with the CARA APA Centre & the Irish Sport Council presents the 3rd National Physical Activity Conference in conjunction.

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Smyth Does Double As he Takes 200m Paralympic Title in Astonishing World Reord Time of 21.43sec

Ireland’s Jason Smyth achieved an amazing golden double tonight in the Bird’s Nest Stadium in Beijing, winning Paralympic gold for the second time this week. The visually impaired athlete won the 200m (T13) in front of 91,000 spectators, in a new world record time; 21.43sec, remarkably destroying the mark he set in qualifying yesterday by a massive 0.38 of a second.

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Smyth Qualifies For 200m Final in Another World Record Time

Ireland’s latest Paralympic champion; Jason Smyth who won gold in the T13 100m on Saturday, got his 200m campaign off to a flying start in the Bird’s Nest this morning when he took two hundredths of a second off his world record mark to win his heat in 21.81seconds.

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Wexford Teenage Sensation Darragh Mc Donald Wins Paralympic Silver For Ireland in the Pool

Irish teenage swimming sensation fourteen year old Darragh Mc Donald won Paralympic silver tonight for Ireland in the 400m freestyle (S6 class) in the Water Cube in Beijing. The Wexford swimmer qualified second fastest for the final from this morning’s two heats of the event, when he swam a massive PB and new Irish record of 5:13.68 to win heat one.

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