The latest news from the President of Inas
Inas has today launched the bidding process to find the hosts of the 2019 Inas Global Games.
The Global Games are a multi-sport event for athletes with an intellectual disability and take place every four years. The 2019 event will be the 5th edition of the Games, and will follow Guayaquil, Ecuador who will host the 2015 Global Games in approximately 18 months time.
The Organising Committee for the 2015 Inas Global Games has announced the appointment of Sarah Price (UK) as their International Relations Officer, with immediate effect.
Sarah will assume responsibility for all communication between the Organising Committee and Inas members.
Inas is looking for qualified psychologists to join its international Eligiblity Panel. The panel of volunteers works under the direction of the Inas Eligibility Committee and is responsible for assessing athlete primary eligibility applications.
For further details, please visit the vacancies page.
Entries are invited for the Australian Track and Field Championships, which take place in Melbourne in April. For the first time, the event is sanctioned by Inas.
In order to maximise entries, Inas has confirmed that the 2014 Tennis Championships will now take place as a World Championship. The event will take place in Mont-De-Marsin France between 17-22nd June.
2014.03.18 Entry forms and event information
Inas has today officially launched its bid to include basketball for athletes with an intellectual disability in the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games programme.
If successful, the sport would join athletics, swimming and table tennis - the only sports that currently include competition for the classification group – within the Paralympic programme.
With support from the Agitos Foundation, Inas is delighted to host a workshop for Inas member organisations, national paralympic committees, sports federations, special olympic organisations and other organisations and individuals with an interest in developing sport for athletes with an intellectual disability across Africa.