id sport (Q1163)

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sports for people with intellectual disabilities
  • INAS sports
  • Special Olympic sports
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id sport
sports for people with intellectual disabilities
  • INAS sports
  • Special Olympic sports

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The first three athletes with an intellectual disability to win medals in the history of the Paralympic Games were Joseph Walker (AUS) (Gold), Damian Huber (ARG) (Silver) and Joshua Hoffer (AUS) (Bronze) in the men’s 200m freestyle swimming. The medals were presented by Jerry Wolsh and Wim Zonneveld, honorary members of INAS-FMH.
Only two forms of football have really embraced gender diversity in play. They are id football governed by Special Olympics, not INAS, and deaf football. This gender imblance often reflects similar imbalances in non-disability football.
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Atherton, Martin, and Jess MacBeth. “Disability and Football.” ''Routledge Handbook of Football Studies'', edited by John Hughson, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016, pp. 279–292.
A discrimant function to classify basketball teams with and without intellectual impairment through game statistics
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Influence of intellectual impairment (II) on basketball players' capacity to solve a game situation: towards evidence-based classification systems in II-basketball
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Effect of intellectual impairment on basketball game-related statistics
Análisis de las estadísticas de juego que discriminan los equipos ganadores y perdedores en baloncesto para personas con discapacidad intelectual. Estos resultados se comparan con diferentes estudios en baloncesto para personas sin discapacidad
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