Sport Inclusion Australia has announced Ms Helen Croxford as their third President following the recent election. “It’s an honour and privilege to work with the members on the Sport Inclusion Australia Board over the past 3 years, I would like to thank Wayne Bird for his outstanding leadership and thank… Read more
As a young girl growing up in regional Victoria with 5 sisters and a brother, Caytlyn Sharp didn’t get a lot of choice, on which sport she was doing on the weekend. The family did Little Athletics and in those early years, Caytlyn is the first to admit she hated it… Read more
Sport Inclusion Australia conducted its 33rd Annual General Meeting and a National Inclusion Forum last week. Held at Cricket Australia headquarters in Melbourne the AGM and Forum were well attended by State and National sporting organisations along with other key stakeholders and partners. In his President’s report, Wayne Bird acknowledged… Read more
Sport Inclusion Australia announced today the team to represent Australia at the 2018 INAS World Half Marathon Championships in Coimbra, Portugal. The team of 6 athletes and a coach all hail from Victoria and will be Australia’s first representatives at the Championships. Harry Mezger, Carlo Manolitsas, Montgomery Cooper, Georgia Powning,… Read more
Australia’s Robyn Smith and Taylor Corry represented Australia at the INAS Asia Annual General Meeting and 40thAnniversary Celebrations in Hong Kong during the week. Smith the CEO of Sport Inclusion Australia and the Global Games Sports Company was invited to Hong Kong to address the INAS Asia member organisations on… Read more
Tennis Australia have today announced the players to represent Australia at the 2018 INAS Tennis World Championships. To be held in Paris in July the INAS World Championships will bring together the best tennis players from around the World with an intellectual impairment. The Australian team includes current INAS World… Read more
INAS Global Games 2019
INAS Global Games 2019 中文 (Chinese)
The 2019 INAS Global Games is a week long championship featuring nine sports and attracting over 1000 of the world’s elite athletes, who just happen to have an intellectual disability… Although if you didn’t know, you wouldn’t!
We work with National Sporting Organisations to assist them build the capacity to be inclusive of athletes with a disability.
Sport Inclusion Australia is a National Sporting Organisation for athletes with an integration difficulties, primarily those with an intellectual disability.
Sport Inclusion Australia does not conduct events, but rather advocates for the inclusion and development of programs, which focus on the ability of the individual.