World’s best cyclists ready to take on World Championships

31st July 2017

Elite level cyclists from nine countries have arrived in Assen, the Netherlands, for the 2017 International Federation for Intellectual Impairment Sport (INAS) World Cycling Championships which get underway on Tuesday (1 August).

The competition, featuring team and individual time trials and road races for men and women, is being run alongside the European Junior Cycling Tour.


 

Former INAS President receives honorary doctorate

31st July 2017

Credit: Leeds Beckett University

By Leeds Beckett University

The former President of the International Federation for Intellectual Impairment Sport (INAS), Dr Bob Price OBE, has been awarded an honorary doctorate from Leeds Beckett University, where he graduated from the Carnegie School of Sport in 1970 with a physical education degree.


 

France’s Pereira targets cycling world title defence

28th July 2017

Jeremy Pereira and

French men’s road race and individual time trial world champion Jeremy Pereira is eyeing the successful defence of his titles when the 2017 INAS World Cycling Championships roll into Assen, the Netherlands, from Wednesday (2 August).


 

Swimming Championships to go ahead in Aguascalientes

26th July 2017

The International Federation for Intellectual Impairment Sport (INAS) has confirmed that the 2017 INAS Swimming Championships will go ahead in Aguascalientes, Mexico.

Crucial documentation, which confirms that the competition pool is suitable for major international competition, has now been received from the Local Organising Committee (LOC).


 

Grant and scholarships awarded to next generation of Australian athletes

26th July 2017
A group of people at a presentation

Recipients of the Next Generation Athlete programme grants and scholarships with Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk, Lady Mayoress Anne Quirk and Robyn Smith CEO Sport Inclusion Australia.

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk and Lady Mayoress Anne Quirk of Brisbane, Australia, announced Next Generation Athlete grants and scholarships to 17 local athletes at a reception held at the Town Hall on Tuesday (25 July).


 

INAS launches search for sponsorship and fundraising Governing Board member

25th July 2017

The International Federation for Intellectual Impairment Sport (INAS) has launched a search for people with a flare for fundraising and a substantial network to fill a new sponsorship and fundraising position on its Governing Board.


 

England win INAS Tri-Nations T20 final

22nd July 2017

NESTON, ENGLAND – JULY 17: Dan Bowser of England batting during the INAS Learning Disability Tri-Series Trophy match between England and Australia on July 17, 2017 in Neston, England. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)

England claimed the T20 trophy with a thumping eight wicket win over South Africa as they finished the INAS Tri-Series supported by NatWest unbeaten.


 

England win INAS Tri-Series Final

18th July 2017

NESTON, ENGLAND – JULY 17: Dan Bowser and Chris Edwards of England during the INAS Tri-Series Trophy match between England and Australia on July 17, 2017 in Neston, England. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)

England took the first honours in the INAS Tri-Series supported by NatWest with a comprehensive eight wicket victory over Australia in the 40 over final today.


 

INAS urge LOC of 2017 INAS Swimming Championships to submit crucial documentation

14th July 2017

The International Federation for Intellectual impairment Sport (INAS) has notified countries that the location of the 2017 INAS Swimming Championships may change if the Local Organising Committee (LOC) cannot produce crucial documentation relating to the competition pool in Aguascalientes, Mexico.


 

Another win for England in latest tri-nations match

14th July 2017

By England and Wales Cricket Board

The England Learning Disability side have qualified for the 40 over final of the INAS Tri-Series supported by NatWest after a 224 run victory over South Africa.

After England posted an imposing total of 316-3 South Africa could only muster 92 in reply.