Swimming Australia – Multi Class Engagement Portal

Swimming Australia – Multi Class Engagement Portal

Swimming Australia provides competition for people with disability called Multi Class Swimming. Multi Class swimming events use minor modifications to the swimming rules to provide fair and meaningful competition for swimmers with a range of disabilities. To help swimmers access Multi Class swimming competition Swimming Australia has…

Brisbane to host 2019 Global Games

Brisbane to host 2019 Global Games

On 12th June the official announcement was made that Brisbane was the successful city for the 2019 INAS Global Games. This coincided with 100 days until the start of the 4th Inas Global Games in Quito Ecuador and Global ID Sports day. For more information about the…

NSIA Network Forum

NSIA Network Forum

On 21st November 2014 the National Sport Inclusion Alliance held a Network Forum at the National Tennis Centre in Melbourne. “It was with great pleasure that Tennis Australia were able to host the recent NSIA Forum.  Having 17 sports represented at the Forum is an indication of…

Inclusion at the Commonwealth Games

Swimming takes the spotlight Events for elite athletes with a disability were introduced at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, and the number of events has been steadily growing ever since. Athletes with a disability competing at Commonwealth Games are fully integrated in their national teams and…