Doncaster Athletics Club host inclusive athletics day for people with physical impairments

Doncaster Athletics Club is hosting a ‘Have a Go Athletics Day’ on Saturday 21st May at 10am-2pm. This free event will take place at 98 Stadium Way, Doncaster, DN4 5JB.  The event is open to all people with physical impairments and is being held in partnership with CP Sport, LimbPower, Dwarf […]

CPISRA Blog Re-Launched!

Last Friday (6th May 2022), we re-launched the CPISRA blog and shared the first blog in our new series! Our blog will be sharing sporting and recreational stories from around the world. All blogs will be written by people who have Cerebral Palsy and/or related conditions. The first […]

New Frame Running Research Published

A research paper on “Athlete-Perceived Impact of Frame Running on Physical Fitness, Functional Mobility and Psychosocial Outcomes” has recently been published in the Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine. The paper has open access and can be viewed here:

IPC to introduce PLY post-nominal titles to recognise Paralympians

The below press release was shared by the IPC on the 23rd February 2022 PLY can be added alongside the Paralympians’ name on official documentation Pioneering Paralympians Kevin Coombs and Ragnhild Myklebust, the first athletes to receive PLY status The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has announced its PLY […]

Queen Margaret University PhD opportunities

Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh has a limited number of fully funded bursaries for PhD students and topic opportunities include Frame Running Classification and Frame Football participation. Click here for more information

All 2022 UK CPISRA Recreation Camp Announced

CPISRA is passionate about promoting sport for recreation, well-being and enjoyment, as well as sport development and competition. Join us at one of our CPISRA Outdoor Recreation Camps in 2022! Email the relevent contact person for more information.

Spectacular Performances from Canada’s Athletes at the Tokyo Paralympics

Article written by Holly Janna, Communications and National Team Coordinator for the Canadian Cerebral Palsy Sports Association Among the highlights of the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics was a showing of sensational performances by Canadian athletes with cerebral palsy and brain injury in the disciplines of athletics, swimming, and boccia. […]

CPISRA Conference Programme Announced

Together with our conference partners, we are thrilled to share that after receiving some fantastic abstracts from speakers all over the World, the provisional programme for the 2021 CPISRA International Conference on Physical Activity and Health for People with Cerebral Palsy and Acquired Brain Injury is now published […]