World number ones Stephen McGuire and Watcharaphon Vongsa were today sent crashing out of the BISFed 2018 World Boccia Championships at Exhibition Centre Liverpool.
Our board took the opportunity to have their annual face to face board meeting during the championships on Monday. The board meet via video conference every month however the meeting provided the opportunity for all key people sit around one table and discuss the future of Boccia!
It has been a day of tiebreaks of the BISFed 2018 World Boccia Championships. And World number one BC2 Watcharaphon Vongsa of Thailand has a nervous night ahead after he fell to Cristina Goncalves of Portugal.
It was a tactical masterclass from GB’s BC4 Stephen McGuire in his second pool match of the day who defeated Vasile Agache 12-0. Earlier in the day, he enjoyed a 12-1 victory over Kevin Stokes of USA:
Great Britain’s Stephen McGuire kicks off the action at the BISFed 2018 World Boccia Championships tomorrow (Sunday) at Exhibition Centre Liverpool.
Classification is now over and the schedule for the individual event has now been confirmed. There are no changes to the provisional we published 2 weeks ago. 32 athletes will participate in each of the 4 classes to battle to become World Champion. Fans can keep up to date with all the action by following the live stream or by viewing live results directly from the court:
British Paralympic Association (BPA) Chief Executive, Tim Hollingsworth OBE, believes the education programme provided by UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) at the upcoming World Boccia Championships will be ‘hugely important’, as the countdown to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games continues.
We’ve launched a new page to provide you with all the information you need for the World Championships. Check it out here: http://www.bisfed.com/competitions/bisfed-2018-world-boccia-championships/
Technical Delegate, Cannie Leung has now released an updated athlete list and pool information for the World Championships.