Can you believe that the CP World Games 2018 are now less than 4 weeks away? We certainly can’t! In honor of the rapidly approaching event, we have for you the final list of countries competing in the Games, as well as in which sports each country’s team will be participating.
So! Without further ado, the World Games and Sant Cugat would like to give a warm, early welcome to:
|Australia||Para Athletics | Para Swimming|
|Austria||Para Athletics | Para Swimming | Wheelchair Slalom|
|Canada||Para Athletics | Boccia | Para Swimming|
|Czech Republic||Para Swimming|
|England||Para Athletics | Para Swimming|
|India||Para Athletics | Para Swimming|
|Japan||Female CP Football|
|Netherlands||Para Athletics | Female CP Football|
|Poland||Para Athletics | Para Swimming|
|Portugal||Para Athletics | Boccia | Wheelchair Slalom|
|Scotland||Para Athletics | Boccia | Para Swimming|
|South Africa||Para Athletics | Boccia |Para Swimming|
|Spain||Para Athletics | CP Football | Female CP Football | Para Swimming | Wheelchair Slalom|
|Thailand||Para Athletics | Boccia | CP Football|
|USA||Para Athletics | Para Swimming|
|Independant Athlete (CPISRA)||Para Athletics|
Of these countries, we have plenty of returning teams (those who competed in the CP World Games-Nottingham 2015) and plenty of new ones; this is exactly what we hoped for, and we are very pleased to see the CP World Games growing with time.
Keep in mind that, in addition to the competitive events, the World Games will feature sports camps, Proud Paralympian workshops, a Wheelchair Slalom conference, and the CPISRA General Assembly. Beyond this, the wonderful town of Sant Cugat and the surrounding city of Barcelona will be at our doorstep!
Needless to say, there will be much to do and see at the World Games in August, and we are thrilled that so many countries will have the opportunity to experience those things with us.
Keep checking our website and follow us on social media for more and more updates as the Games get closer.