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Covid-19: The collective response of the NDSOs

The seven National Disability Sports Organisations (NDSOs), have released a useful resource to inform sports providers about the collective response taken to keeping our communities active and reaching out to inactive disabled people through online and virtual opportunities. Read through…

British Blind Sport find the top three reasons for taking part in physical activity are “being healthy”, “feeling good” and “enjoyment” in latest Impact Report for 2019

British Blind Sport (BBS) has released its 2019 Impact Report, focussing on the developments and results the charity saw throughout last year. British Blind Sport, the national disability sport organisation for people with a visual impairment, saw its membership grow…

Trio of football World Championships heading to Birmingham 2023 IBSA World Games

The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) and British Blind Sport have revealed that the men’s and women’s IBSA Blind Football World Championships and the partially sighted World Championships will take place as part of the 2023 World Games in Birmingham,…

British Blind Sport and England Athletics Guide Running Update

As lockdown restrictions across the UK are being changed, British Blind Sport has been working closely with England Athletics to update guidance on the status of guide running in England. The government recommendations are that people remain 2 metres apart,…

RNIB, British Blind Sport, Metro Blind Sport and Visionary issue guidance for leisure operators

RNIB, British Blind Sport, Metro Blind Sport and Visionary issue guidance for leisure operators to support the return of blind and partially sighted people In preparation for the reopening of leisure and sport facilities, the Royal National Institute of Blind…

British Blind Sport take their First Steps right across the country!

Obesity and inactivity are two major challenges facing this country. To combat these issues, the government recommends 60 minutes per day of physical activity for children aged between 5 and 18 years old.  However, only 32% of boys and 24%…

British Blind Sport announces The Paralympian Podcast series

British Blind Sport, the National Sport Disability Organisation for people with visual impairments, are very excited to be bringing a Paralympian Podcast series to their members and services users. BBS have brought together a stellar line up of Paralympic athletes…