BISFed is pleased to offer the International BISFed Classification Course in New Taipei City, Taiwan. The course is open to physiotherapists, doctors with Neurological or Rehab background or people with extensive knowledge of boccia (i.e athletes, coaches or sport assistants).…
There are now just 8 days to go until the event in Poznan begins...
The HOC has changed the date of the BISFed 2018 Olbia Regional Open to accommodate travel plans for delegations. The competition will now start on 23rd October and end on 26th October:
Following the end of the 2018 Boccia World Championships, the BISFed World Rankings have been updated with the results. The Boccia World Championships provides the highest Ranking points of any BISFed competition, along with the Paralympic Games.
Our Competition Committee held a very successful workshop during the World Championships in Liverpool. 24 representatives from 21 countries attended the workshop to discuss the current competition structure and improvements that could be made moving forward.
Can you host the BISFed 2019 General Assembly?We would like one of our FULL members to host the BISFed 2019 General Assembly. If you would like further information please email [email protected] The deadline has been extended to midnight (GMT) on Sunday 26th…
BISFed is pleased to announce the election of Kwan Hang Wong from Hong Kong China as BISFed´s first Athlete representative.
Slovakia denied Thailand a third gold medal today at the BISFed 2018 World Boccia Championships in a closely fought battle in the BC4 Pairs in Liverpool today, a fitting finale to seven days of high drama.
Ahead of this evening’s Closing Ceremony, BISFed President David Hadfield explained how the Championships in Liverpool – which saw more than 180 athletes compete from 33 nations - have raised the bar:
Thailand was dominant in today’s semi-finals at the BISFed 2018 World Boccia Championships as they are promised to return home with two medals.