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To become one of the largest Indian sports academy supporting disabled people. Our paramount aim is quality - to support people through specialist services that are of an outstanding quality.
Our four governing principles:- we will provide high quality services, will innovate through our services, will evaluate our work, and will freely disseminate our knowledge.
Once a talented, sporting, individual is recognized by our Sport Development Officers, the Academy Manager will assess the individual's ability by inviting them to a training session. The athletes go through our Four-tier structure, which represents the level of progress an athlete is making in their sporting career.
Playing sports at any level—club, intramural, or interscholastic—can be a key part of the school experience and have an immense and lasting impact on a student’s life.
Among its many benefits, participation in extracurricular athletic activities promotes socialization, the development of leadership skills, focus, and, of course, physical fitness.
It’s no secret that sports help to shape a person’s life. From a very early age, playing teaches valuable lessons about grit, discipline, and teamwork that lasts for a lifetime.
The Paralympic Movement offers sport opportunities for athletes that have a primary impairment that belongs to one of the following 10 ‘eligible’ impairment types:
Impaired Muscle Power
Impairments in this category have in common that there is reduced force generated by the contraction of a muscle or muscle groups (e.g. muscles of one limb, one side of the body, the lower half of the body). Examples of condtions included in this category are para and quadriplegia, muscular dystrophy, post poliomyelitis, spina bifida.
Impaired passive range of movement
Range of movement in one or more joint is reduced in systematical way. Note that hypermobility of joints, joint instability (e.g. shoulder dislocation), and acute conditions of reduced range of movement (e.g. arthritis types of impairment) typically will be excluded as ‘eligible impairment’.
Assistive technology is the array of new devices created to enable sports enthusiasts who have disabilities to play. Assistive technology may be used in disabled sports, where an existing sport is modified to enable players with a disability to participate; or, assistive technology may be used to invent completely new sports with athletes with disabilities exclusively in mind.
For more than 50 years athletes with disabilities have been testing their accuracy and precision in archery competitions. Today, people with disabilities compete with able-bodied competitors, with both standing and wheelchair athletes competing in women and men's categories. Competition includes singles, doubles and team events, and the competition and scoring procedures are identical to those used in able-bodied events. The International Archery Federation (FITA) is the international governing body of archery activities.
Athletics offers a wide range of competitions and the largest number of events. Athletics has been part of the Paralympic Games since 1960 and, since then, advances in technology and the athletes' sheer dedication to the sport have made once unimaginable feats become realities.
High Jumper HN Girisha, who hails from Karnataka, won the Bronze Medal at the IWAS World Games. He is also a good medal prospect for India at the London Paralympic Games.
Farman Basha will be competing in the Powerlifting event in the 48 kg wt. category at the London Paralympic Games. Basha, who is also the former Arjuna Award winner, has competed in 2 Paralympics before this. Basha was once ranked in the top six para-lifters in the world. In an interview Basha said, “While the international athletes get good facilities and always have more than one coach accompanying them, we don’t get even the basic amenities.” But still Basha is very confident of putting a good show at the Para Games.