Boccia is an inclusive sport to help individuals with disabilities and health problems to develop their confidence, self-esteem, physical and mental health and different social skills. It requires at least two players, where it can also be played with two teams of 2-3.

There are four main categories for indviduals with Cerebral Palsy: BC1, BC2, BC3 and BC4. It is played on a court with 6 red balls, 6 blue ball and 1 white jack ball. Players have to sit down during each match, although depending on their class, players can have assistants with them if they need them (BC1) and can play as well with ramps (BC3) if they find it difficult to throw, roll or kick a boccia ball.

Boccia will be part of the World Games competition with a previous technical Stage for all the participants.

Training Camp

From 7th to 8th August all the teams who wanted could participate in a techical practices with some of the best Boccia coaches  to improve their skills.

Open Competition

From 9th to 10th, after the training camp, athletes will have the opportunity to compete.

All participating countries must be members of CPISRA in good standing.

Age: 12 years over on 1st January 2018

Gender: Male and Female

Classification: BC1-3

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