Craig Carscadden, Chief Executive of CPISRA, is currently in São Paulo at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix where, excitingly, RaceRunning was included for the first time.
Yesterday, Craig gave a RaceRunning Awareness and Coaching presentation to coaches, team […]Read More
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the dates for the CPISRA Multi-Sports Development Games in Portimao (Portugal) have changed and the event will now take place from the 2nd to the 6th October, 2019.
In light of this change, a decision has been made to […]Read More
108 athletes and 250 total participants have registered for the 23rd International RaceRunning Development Camp & CPISRA International Cup. The Following countries will take part:
Australia, Denmark, England, Faroe Islands, Germany, Hungary, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Scotland Somaliland, Spain, Sweden […]Read More
March is Cerebral Palsy awareness month, and CPISRA started the month by visiting India to spread awareness of Cerebral Palsy sport, and to research how the development of Cerebral Palsy sport and recreation can be supported.
Craig Carscadden, CPISRA’s Chief Executive, […]Read More
CPISRA are excited to announce the CPISRA Multi-Sports Development Games in Portimão, Portugal on the 8th-13th October 2019. Sports included will be Boccia U20s, RaceRunning and Wheelchair Slalom and is a fantastic opportunity for development athletes to learn, develop and […]Read More
Researchers from University of Gloucestershire are currently conducting a study to understand some of the main factors, which can affect RaceRunning performance. Despite the growth of RaceRunning on the international para-athletic scene and the sport featuring at the World Para […]Read More
…in Young People with Moderate-Severe Cerebral Palsy: A Feasibility Study
Researchers from Queen Margaret’s University, Edinburgh, University of Gloucestershire and Brunel University, London, were recently awarded an Action Medical Research grant to investigate the feasibility of carrying out a larger study […]Read More
The preliminary findings of Tessa Gallinger’s Masters thesis indicated that muscle length can increase with high velocity training in individuals with CP. In some subjects there was no change in muscle length, however in those individuals Gallinger saw an optimal […]Read More
The CPISRA RaceRunning classification master list has been updated in accordance with World Para Athletics memo of 17th December. Any athlete appearing on the current master list will not require to be classified prior to the 2019 WPA World Championships in […]Read More