A wide range of sports have been adapted to be played by people with various disabilities, as well as several that are unique to disabled athletes. Within each movement, different sports are practiced at different levels; for example, not all sports in the Paralympic movement are part of the Paralympic Games. In addition, many sports are practiced by persons with a disability outside the formal sports movements.
According to Active People Survey June 2014;
|Latest Disability Sports Publications|
|1 - Paralympic Sports Events: Infographic Explanations - Ian Langtree.|
|2 - Cybathlon: Zurich 2016 Disability Sports Event Using Bionic Assistive Technology - Ian Langtree.|
|3 - USA Deaf Sports Information - Thomas C. Weiss.|
|4 - Accessible Adventures and Adaptive Sports In Colorado - Colorado Tourism Office.|
|5 - Wheelchair Dancing: Information and Overview of Types of Dance - Ian Langtree.|
|6 - Mpower Disability Sports and Recreation Website - mpower-sports.com.|
|7 - Equal Opportunity to Students with Disabilities to Participate in Extracurricular Athletics - U.S. Department of Education.|
|8 - Grants for Canadian Sports Programs and Equipment for People with Disability - CANADIAN PARALYMPIC COMMITTEE (CPC).|
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