July 23rd, 2008. In: CPSI
The Paralympic Games are elite Olympic style sports events for elite athletes with physical disabilities, or visual impairment, emphasising athletic achievement rather than disability.
July 23rd, 2008. In: Soccer
The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) & Fédéretion Internationale de Powerchair Football Association (FIPFA) have developed an All Ireland Power Soccer Development Workshop
July 19th, 2008. In: Athletics
Coach Patrick McKillop received the top honour at the Sport Northern Ireland Coach of the Year awards. Patrick who is coach to the current world Paralympic 800m champion and the 1500m silver medallist Michael McKillop, was presented with the Performance Athlete Coach Award and named overall Coach of the Year at the gala ceremony at the University of Ulster recently
July 8th, 2008. In: Boccia, CPSI
This year Limerick City Sports Partnership teamed up with the Corporate Games in a quest to demonstrate that sport can be inclusive for all abilities and to highlight the opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in sport
July 7th, 2008. In: Cycling
The recently announced Irish Paralympic Cycling Squad were on form at this weekends Europa Cup Para-cycling road race and time trial in Segovia Spain. LC1 cyclist Cathal Miller but in a great performance to win yesterday’s Time Trial landing his first Paralympic Cycling victory.
July 5th, 2008. In: Soccer
The draw for the pool stages of the 2008 Beijing Games Football 7-A-Side event was held by CP-ISRA recently and released yesterday.
July 2nd, 2008. In: CPSI
The Irish team for the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing was officially announced by Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism Mr. Martin Cullen T.D. at an event in Dublin today.
July 2nd, 2008. In: Soccer
Football players with physical, sensorial and intellectual disabilities were all given the opportunity to show off their skills in front of the crowds at the UEFA EURO2008 quarter-final matches
July 1st, 2008. In: CPSI
The CARA Adapted Physical Activity Centre is the first of its kind in Ireland, this centre is a National Centre aimed at facilitating the developments of Sport and Physical Activity for individuals with disabilities throughout Ireland.