Injury forces Paralympic Champion Smyth to withdraw from World Championships

Ireland’s most prolific Paralympic athlete, Jason Smyth, was today forced to withdraw from the forthcoming IPC Athletics World Championships to be held in Christchurch, New Zealand from the 21st-30th January.

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National APA Conference 2011

The Insititute of Technology Tralee in conjunction with the CARA National APA Centre Ltd and the Irish Sports Council is delighted to announce dates for the next (4th) National Adapted Physical Activity Conference.

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Two sports added to Paralympic Game for Rio 2016

At a meeting in Guangzhou, China, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Governing Board has voted to increase the number of sports at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games to 22 with the addition of para-canoe and par-triathlon to the existing Sports Programme.

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FAI establishes an Inclusive Supporters Club (FAIISC)

The Football Association of Ireland, through their Football For All programme has established a new supporters club in partnership with all disability governing bodies throughout the country.

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Ireland’s Michael McKillop avoids the snow – Training in South Africa for the upcoming IPC Athletics World Championships

Ireland’s Michael McKillop; a Beijing Paralympic Games gold medalist in the T37 800m, is currently training amongst a group of leading International athletes in South Africa ahead of the IPC Athletics World Championships, which get underway in Christchurch, New Zealand on January 30th 2011.

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