Luanda - The twenty-two players that make up the national pre-team of football on crutches, which includes ten debutants, were presented last Tuesday to the public at a press conference organised by the Angolan Paralympic Committee (CPA), ahead of their participation in the world championship of this category, set to happen from 24 October to 05 November this year, in Guadalajara, Mexico.More about this news
Luanda - The new medals conquered at the Marrakech Meeting, in Morocco, by Regina Dumbo (three gold) and Manuel Jaime (one bronze) only represent good indicators in view of the national squad?s main objective, the Paralympic Games of France 2024, the team?s coach, José Manuel.
Luanda - The sprinter Regina Dumbo won the gold medal in the 400 meters for visually impaired athletes (class T11), at the International Meeting that ended Sunday in Marrakech (Morocco), with a time of one minute, nine seconds and 24 tenths.
Luanda - The sprinter Regina Dumbo won the gold medal in the 100 meters for visual disabled athletes (class T11) at the international meeting held in Marrakesh, Morocco on Thursday.
Luanda - The minister of Youth and Sports, Ana Paula do Sacramento Neto, last Monday in Luanda was gathered with officials from the African Paralympic Committee (APC) and the African Union (AU), a meeting that analysed the possibility for the continent to hold, in 2019, its first African Para-Games.
Luanda - The Angolan Government is committed and always reiterates the need for unconditional support for national sports, in particular the adapted sport, said Monday in Luanda the State Secretary for Sport, Carlos Almeida.
Luanda - The first African Games for impaired athletes dubbed ?African Para-Games?, expected to be held in 2019, is the main topic to be discussed in the Monday and Tuesday meetings, in Luanda, between the African Paralympic Committee (APC) and African Union (AU).
Luanda - The third day of training for disabled athletes of the Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP) was marked Wednesday (21) by practical sessions both in athletics and weightlifting categories, as part of programme funded by the "Agito Fundation".
Luanda - At least 50 adapted sport athletes and weightlifting coaches of the of the Portuguese Speaking Countries Community (CPLP) started Monday in Luanda a sport field training programme.