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BISFed Classification for Coaches Webinar

BISFed held a Classification for Coaches Webinar in October and thanks all those who attended, as well as the BISFed Classification Committee for the time put into preparing and delivering the webinar. The aim of the Webinar was to clarify the process and details of an athlete Classification. Please find links to the webinar in three sections:
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Update on BISFed-sanctioned Competitions in 2021

The BISFed Board has been monitoring the global situation regarding the Covid-19 pandemic very carefully since February, and has met in October to review the possibility of organising international boccia competitions during 2021. In the light of continued uncertainty as to whether the virus can be or is being controlled around the world, and with the safety of boccia athletes as our primary concern, the Board has decided that the first three events scheduled for 2021 will be cancelled. The events which have been cancelled are:
  • BISFed 2021 Nantes Boccia Regional Open 23 February to 2 March (cancelled)
  • BISFed 2021 Cuenca Boccia Regional Open 21 march to 27 march (cancelled)
  • BISFed 2021 Zagreb Boccia Regional Open March 21 to March 28 (cancelled)
Planning for all the remaining sanctioned boccia events in 2021 (including the Paralympic Games) is continuing.
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BISFed Approved Equipment Supplier – Ball Licensing

This is an open letter to all manufacturers of boccia balls, inviting applications to become a BISFed Approved Equipment Supplier
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Yuenkei talks about the Road to Tokyo

Speaking from Hong Kong, Boccia BC3 athlete Ho Yuen Kei talks about the Road to Tokyo and explains Boccia and the role of a BC3 Sport Assistant. Enjoy!
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Podcast interview with David Smith & Tomas Martin

Check out this podcast interview with Welsh Boccia athletes David Smith and Tomas Martin. The interview is also a tribute to Boccia athlete Jacob Thomas, who passed away in August 2020. Episode 4 of the #JusAsk podcast is delivered by the National Youth Board for Disability Sport Wales, led by and for young people to connect with differing inclusive sport matters. Enjoy!  
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