SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN REGULAR SPORTS AND DISABILITY SPORTS

 

Table 3

LEVEL ORGANIZATIONS INTERNATIONAL DISABILITIES SPORT ORGANIZATIONOLYMPIC AND REGULAR SPORTS
World Para-Olympic IPC Paralympic (1989) Olympic – IOC ICSD Deaflympic (1924)
World Para-Olympic IPC Paralympic (1989) Olympic – IOC ICSD Deaflympic (1924)
WTGF Transplant (1987)
SO Special Olympics (1968)
Confederation / IOSDs There is no Confederation of sports, but IOSD that disability federations, multi-sport SportAccord
IWAS (2004) IPC Members
IBSA (1980) IPC members
CPISRA (1978) IPC Members
INASFID (1986) IPC Members
ICSD (Deaflympics)
Transplant Games (WTGF)
SUDUS (Down Syndrome)
IFs IFs-IOSD (IBSA example oversees Goalball, Futsal) IFs world wide
IFs-IPC (IPC example under the designation World For Sports supervises Athletics, Swimming)
IFs-specific (example of international, unconventional, sport-specific federations, such as BISFed for Boccia, IFCPF for football seven for cerebral palsy)
Conventional FIs (example of International Federations, with responsibility for Governance for athletes with disabilities such as FEI, for equestrian, UCI for cycling)
Regional Paralympic NPC Associations NOC Associations
IOSDs Regions Africa, America. Asia, Europe, Oceania SportAccord Regions Organizations
IFs Regions IFs Regions IFs Regions
National Paralympic NPC by country NOC by country
NOSDs National Sports Organizations for Disabilities NSC
NFs National Sports Federations NFs

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