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DSA – Disability Sports Australia

DSA – Disability Sports Australia

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When you think of disability sports, what comes to mind?

If you’re like most people, it’s probably something like wheelchair basketball or the Paralympics. But there are so many other sports that people with disabilities can participate in. These include achery, boccia, cycling (adapted and non-adapted), equestrian, fencing, goalball, judo, powerlifting, shooting, sitting volleyball and swimming to name just a few.

Disability Sports Australia is a national disability sport organisation that promotes the development of disabled people through sport, recreation and social activities. The organisation was founded in 1985 as the Australian Paralympic Committee before changing its name to Disability Sports Australia in 1990.

The organisation hosts the Australian Open Wheelchair Championships every year. This is one of the top wheelchair tennis tournaments in the world. It also holds other events like a beach volleyball tournament held on Bondi Beach.

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They are dedicated to providing opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in sport. The DSA supports athletes who want to compete internationally by helping them train and compete at their best. It also provides support for young athletes aged between 12 and 18 through programs like “Young Achievers”. This encourages kids to get involved in activities that are fun but also build confidence and self-esteem.

D.S.A is an organisation that aims to empower people with disabilities through participation in sport. They provide information about different types of disability and how they affect participation in physical activity. Provide information about training programs available around Australia. They also encourage participation from all ages & help connect people with other clubs across Australia.

If you’re interested or know of someone who might be interested in this opportunity it would be a great idea to check out for more information on how to apply.

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