Federação Internacional dos Desportos para Cegos

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A Federação Internacional dos Desportos para Cegos (IBSA) é uma organização sem fins lucrativos fundada no ano de 1981 em Paris. A sua missão é promover a integração dos cegos e pessoas com visão parciais na sociedade, através do desporto, e encorajar as pessoas com deficiências visuais a praticar desportos. É uma federação internacional independente encarregue de quinze desportos para os cegos e parcialmente visuais, entre os quais: Atletismo, Esqui alpino, Golbol, Futsal (Futebol), Judo, Biatlo, Natação, Levantamento do peso, Tiro, Tiro com arco, Showdown, Boliche (com dez e com nove pinos) Esqui nórdico e Ciclismo.

A IBSA é um membro do Comité Paralímpico Internacional (IPC).

Games[editar | editar código-fonte]

IBSA World Games (WG)[editar | editar código-fonte]

Ver artigo principal: IBSA World Games
Edition Year Host Date
1 1998  Spain, Madrid July 18–26[1]
2 2003  Canada, Quebec August 5–10[2]
3 2007  Brazil, São Paulo City July 28-August 8[3]
4 2011  Turkey, Antalya April 1–10[4]
5 2015  South Korea, Seoul May 8–18
6 2019 [5]

IBSA World Youth Games (WYC)[editar | editar código-fonte]

Edition Year Host Dates Sports
1 2005  USA, Colorado Springs August 4-10 5
2 2007  USA, Colorado Springs July 11–17 5
3 2009  USA, Colorado Springs July 15–20 3
4 2011  USA, Colorado Springs July 13–18 3
5 2013  USA, Colorado Springs September 13–15 2
6 2015  USA, Colorado Springs July 26–30 1
7 2017  HUN, Budaors July 1–9 1

World Blind Championships[editar | editar código-fonte]

The World Blind Championships is an international sports competition for Blind athletes. The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) is the main governing body responsible for the organization of World Blind Championships. Some of sports have not separate World Blind Championships and part of World Para Championships. Also some of sports have a independent organization different from IBSA.

IBSA World Championships[editar | editar código-fonte]

Number Event First Edition Last Edition
Main Sports
- World Blind Athletics Championship * *
- World Blind Swimming Championship * *
- World Blind Cycling Championship * *
1 World Blind Shooting Championship 2002 3th (2016)
Combat & Power Sports
- World Blind Taekwondo Championship * *
2 World Blind Judo Championship 1987 9th (2018)
3 World Blind Powerlifting Championship* 2003 14th (2018)
Team Sports
4 World Blind Football Championships 1998 6th (2014)
5 World Goalball Championships 1978 11th (2018)
6 World Torball Championships 2004(3) 5th (2015)
Winter Sports
- World Blind Alpine Skiing Championship * *
- World Blind Nordic Skiing Championship * *
- World Blind Snowboard Championship not yet not yet
Other Sports
7 World Blind Ninepin Bowling Championships 2007 3rd (2015)
8 World Blind Tenpin Bowling Championship 2002 5th (2017)
9 World Blind Chess Championship 2016 2nd (2018)
10 World Showdown Championships 2005 4th (2017)


  • 1- Part of IBSA World Games (have not separate World Championships).
  • 2- Part of UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships and IBSA World Games (have not separate World Championships).
  • 3- Part of World Para Taekwondo Championship (have not separate World Championships).
  • 4- Powelifting & Bench Press.
  • 5- Part of World Para Alpine Skiing Championship & World Para Nordic Skiing Championships (have not separate World Championships). Nordic Skiing = Biathlon & Cross Country Skiing[6][7]

Part of World Para Championships (non-IBSA World Championships)[editar | editar código-fonte]

Number Event First Edition Last Edition
Main Sports
1 World Blind Archery Championship - -
2 World Blind Cycling Championship - -
Combat & Power Sports
3 World Blind Taekwondo Championship - -
Team Sports
Winter Sports
4 World Blind Alpine Skiing Championship - -
5 World Blind Nordic Skiing Championship - -
6 World Blind Snowboard Championship not yet not yet
Other Sports
7 World Blind Equestrian Championship - -
8 World Blind Rowing Championship - -

World Blind Championships (Other Organization/non-IBSA World Championships)[editar | editar código-fonte]

Number Sport Organisation Web
1 Tennis International Blind Tennis Association http://ibta-takei.com/
2 Bowls International Blind Bowls Association http://www.blindbowls.org/
3 Golf International Blind Golf Association https://web.archive.org/web/20161224042219/http://www.internationalblindgolf.org/
4 Sailing Blind Sailing International http://www.blindsailinginternational.com/

Referências

  1. «Madrid '98». IBSA. Consultado em 13 de agosto de 2012. Arquivado do original em 1 de julho de 2012 
  2. «II IBSA World Championships and Games» (PDF). IBSA. Consultado em 13 de agosto de 2012. Arquivado do original (PDF) em 22 de novembro de 2004 
  3. «3rd IBSA World Championships and Games Brazil 2007». IBSA. Consultado em 13 de agosto de 2012. Arquivado do original em 2 de maio de 2007 
  4. «IBSA World Championships and Games Antalya 2011». IBSA. Consultado em 13 de agosto de 2012. Arquivado do original em 11 de setembro de 2012 
  5. http://www.ibsasport.org/news/1125/ibsa-launches-2019-world-games-bid-process
  6. https://www.paralympic.org/bigwhite-2017
  7. https://www.paralympic.org/finsterau-2017

Ligações externas[editar | editar código-fonte]