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Accessible Disability Sport websites

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British Paralympic Association

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

British Paralypmic Association

Additional notes: none

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British Columbia Blind Sports and Recreation Association

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

The British Columbia provincial sports and recreation organization for persons who are blind or visually impaired

Additional notes: none

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Visa Paralympic World Cup

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

The Visa Paralympic World Cup is an exciting new global event for elite athletes with a disability. It is the biggest international annual multi-sport competition outside of the Paralympic Games and is being staged in Manchester, Great Britain for at least its first three years.

Additional notes: RNIB See it Right accreditation

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Parasport

website accessibility rating: good what the website accessibility rating means

Parasport is a joint initiative between the British Paralympic Association (BPA) and the professional services firm Deloitte. The project will improve how talented sports people at community level are identified and supported, with the aim of increasing participation levels in competitive sporting events.

Additional notes: none

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Blind Sports Victoria

website accessibility rating: fair what the website accessibility rating means

Recreation is a very important part of life for all people. Blind Sports Victoria (BSV) assists people who have low vision or no vision to take part in a wide variety of sports.BSV are members of the Australian Blind Sports Federation through which National and International competitions are organised. This enableslegally blind competitors to take part in State, National and Internationalevents such as the Paralympics and World Championships.

Additional notes: none

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BBC Disability Sport (Low Graphics)

website accessibility rating: fair what the website accessibility rating means

Visit BBC Sport for all the action as it happens - up-to-the-minute news, results, breaking news, video, audio and feature stories. BBC Sport covers the major events and all the professional football clubs in the UK, plus cricket, rugby, golf, tennis, motorsport and all the main world sports.

Additional notes: none

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British Blind Sport

website accessibility rating: fair what the website accessibility rating means

British Blind Sport encourage as many blind and partially sighted children and adults as possible to participate in sport at all levels, from 'grassroots' to Paralympic representation

Additional notes: none

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International Paralympic Committee

website accessibility rating: average what the website accessibility rating means

Welcome to the International Paralympic Committee. This is the official web site of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC). /

Additional notes: none

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British Wheelchair Sports Foundation

website accessibility rating: average what the website accessibility rating means

The official web site of the British Wheelchair Sports Foundation. The site provides information, contacts and regular updates on wheelchair and disabled sport and the foundation's events providing disabled people with opportunities in wheelchair sport

Additional notes: none

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Blind Sport New Zealand Inc.

website accessibility rating: average what the website accessibility rating means

Blind Sport New Zealand is the NSO (National Sporting Organisation) for blind sport, headquartered in the "City of Sails", Auckland; New Zealand's largest city.It is recognised by Government and SPARC (Sport and Recreation New Zealand) as the governing body for blind sport.

Additional notes: none

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