Disability Sport Wales aims to develop club based opportunities in as many sports as is possible. However if you cannot find the sport of your choice here please contact us and we will do our best to point you in the right direction!
This section looks to provide you with further information about a variety of our more popular sports - browse through this area to find out many interesting facts on your favourite sport.
If you're interested in volunteering then click here where you can search for volunteering opportunties by sport, area or disability.
Sports / Activities
Newport Velo is a "Youth Only Cycle Club" based at the Wales National Velodrome.
Whilst the information below is about competitive opportunities within Equestrian sport, Disability Sport Wales also offers a whole host of opportunities for disabled people to become involved in riding at a recreational or social level.
Fencing became a Paralympic Games sport in Rome in 1960.
There are team and individual events for men and women in foil and epee and for men only in sabre.
Athletes are connected electronically to a scoring box that records hits on their opponent. In the initial rounds of the competition the first fencer to score five hits wins but in the latter stages it is the first to fifteen hits.
The Welsh Football Trust works closely with Disability Sport Wales to ensure that there is at least one pan disability football session in your local authority.
Additionally we are in the process of developing impairment specific opportunities in each region particular for Blind or Visually Impaired Footballers.
The Welsh Hockey Union and Disability Sport Wales are currently working hard to make hockey more accessible to disabled people. If you are interested in getting involved as a player, club, coach or volunteer please contact us for more details
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