Active at Home with Laura Turner: Warming Up

The Commonwealth Games Raging Bull at Centenary Square.

Success for blind & partially sighted athletes at Birmingham 2022

Success for blind and partially sighted athletes at Birmingham 2022! Birmingham delivered the biggest integrated parasports programme of any Commonwealth Games, and there have been some truly outstanding performances. Britain had a total haul of 273 medals across all 4…
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NDSOs team up as Birmingham sets stage for Commonwealth Games

National Disability Sport Organisations team up as Birmingham sets stage for Commonwealth Games CP Sport, DSAuk, WheelPower, British Blind Sport, Special Olympics GB and Limbpower are launching a joint press release ahead of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. The charities present opportunities for children, young people…
three young people work together to balance tennis balls on their rackets.

Celebrate the Commonwealth Games with See My Voice’s Parasports Festival!

Celebrate the Commonwealth Games with See My Voice’s Parasports Festival! As part of the See My Voice programme, British Blind Sport, UK Deaf Sport and Sport Birmingham will host an exciting Parasports Festival on Friday 19th August 2022 from 11am-4pm…
A view of the Goalfix Cup 2022 court.

Spotlight on making spectator sport more inclusive for people with sight loss

Spotlight on making spectator sport more inclusive for people with sight loss Watching live sport brings people from all walks of life together and fosters a sense of belonging. Even if you don’t watch general team games throughout the year,…