The INAS Governing Board are delighted to announce Honduras as the 81st nation to become members, and the 17th nation from the Americas region.
INAS membership has grown considerably in recent years with around 5 new nations each year since 2012.
The application will now be ratified by the INAS membership at the next General Assembly.
As the 2016 INAS Athletics Championships (Europe) came to a close, INAS – the International Association of Sport for para-athletes with an intellectual disability – extended its condolences to Turkey following the recent terrorist attacks at Istanbul airport which overshadowed the start of the event.
The Pyrenean resort of Gourette will host the 10th INAS World Skiing Championships staging both Nordic and Alpine events. It will be the second time France have hosted the Championships having previously staged the event in 2011.
INAS – the International Association of Sport for para-athletes with an intellectual disability – are pleased to announce that Morrison Insurance Solutions – a leading UK independent insurance broker and specialists in the charitable & non profit making sector – have continued their support for a third consecutive year.
We are delighted to announce 5 new INAS athlete ambassadors as part of Global ID Sports Week.Lenine Cuhna (Portugal), Alberto Cambell (Australia), Wai Lok Tai (Hong Kong), Ka Man Wong (Hong Kong) and Eldrich George (South Africa) join existing athlete ambassador Jessica-Jane Applegate (Great Britain).
Global ID Sports Week 2016 – a week-long event – has begun across the World, celebrating sport for athletes with an intellectual disability.
Welcome to the first post of INAS’ new blog page!
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Today marks 10 days until Global ID Sports Week – a week-long celebration of sport for athletes with an intellectual disability running from 25 June to 1 July 2016.
INAS member nations across the world are planning activities to collaboratively raise awareness of sport for intellectually disabled athletes and celebrate their success.
Sea Colony Beach and Tennis Resort, Delaware USA, sees the worlds top tennis players with an intellectual disability compete at the 2016 INAS World Championships this week. The Championship takes place June 13 through 18. Players from the United States, Australia, Belgium, Czech Republic and Italy will compete for men’s and women’s singles, doubles, mixed doubles and team honors.