BISFed is pleased to announce the calendar for 2019. The final year to qualify for the Tokyo Para Games. The slots allocation will start shortly.
Following requests from attendees of the BISFed Development Workshop held during the BISFed World Championships in Liverpool, find here the Terminology Video
The Agitos Foundation has launched the ‘Road to Lima 2019’ programme with Proud Paralympian and boccia courses. Forty-six people from 16 Americas countries took part, as the Peruvian capital city prepares for the biggest edition yet of the Parapan American Games.
In a partnership with the Agitos Foundation, BISFed supported the realization of a BISFed International Boccia Level 1 Coaches course and a Classification course in Lima from the 12th to the 14th October 2018.
BISFed is pleased to announce Portugal as the host of the 2019 BISFed General Assembly.
The Indonesian boccia team is making its debut at an international competition at this year’s Asian Para Games in Jakarta.
The team did not prepare themselves well for the Para Games, having only selected its players last December.
After the BISFed Competition Committee announced the new Competition and Rankings Manual earlier this year you will have noticed that the BISFed World Rankings are updated more frequently. To help people understand the changes we have put together 2 tables: