Creative movement patterns of persons with a disability in freeball


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Çotuk H. B. , Tatar Y. , Uzun S. , Sirmen B.

İnternational Vista' 99 Conference "New Horizons in Sport for Athletes with a Disability, Budapest Member of the World Sport Publisher’s Association, by Meyer & Meyer Sport (UK) Lt.", cilt.1, ss.761-776, 1999 (Düzenli olarak gerçekleştirilen hakemli kongrenin bildiri kitabı)

  • Cilt numarası: 1
  • Basım Tarihi: 1999
  • Dergi Adı: İnternational Vista' 99 Conference "New Horizons in Sport for Athletes with a Disability, Budapest Member of the World Sport Publisher’s Association, by Meyer & Meyer Sport (UK) Lt."
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.761-776

Özet

In recent years, Paralympic sport performance has risen to a new levelin Australia. The reason for this elevation has been the structure of theAustralian sports system and, in particular, its increasing provision forelite athletes with disabilities. The four major sources of support forelite Australian athletes with disabilities are: the Australian Paralympic Committee and the Paralympic Preparation Program; the Australianand State Institutes and Academies of Sport; the National Sporting Organisations; and the National Sporting Organisations for the Disabled. Importantly, whilst the level of performance of Australian athletes with disabilities has increased significantly in recent years as a result of the support provided through the Australian sports system, the support structure for athletes with disabilities can still be improved considerably and perfofinances improved further as a result.