Australian Blind Sports Federation

Australian Blind Sports Federation

Australian Blind Sports Federation

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The Australian Blind Sports Federation (ABSF) was formed in 1980 as the national body to co-ordinate sport for the blind and vision-impaired in Australia. It encourages and provides access to international competition in world blind and multi-disabled championships for sports recognised by the International Blind Sports Association (IBSA) and the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).

Blind and vision impaired athletes and teams participate in national championships in Athletics, Cricket, Equestrian, Goalball, Golf, Judo, Karate, Lawn Bowls, Powerlifting, Rowing, Sailing, Swimming, Tandem cycling, Tenpin Bowling, Water Skiing, Wrestling, and Winter Sports.


Member organisations of the federation

  • Australian Blind Bowlers Association (ABBA) since 1980
  • Australian Blind Cricket Council (ABCC) since 1951
  • Blind Golf Australia (BGA) since 1992
  • Goalball Australia (GA) since 1980

Member associations

The following organisations conduct national championships on behalf of the ABSF:

  • Association for the Blind of WA
  • Association of South Australian Blind Sporting Clubs
  • Blind Sporting Association of New South Wales
  • Blind Sports Victoria
  • Disabled Sports Association of Northern Territory
  • The Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association of Queensland

Altogether there are 2,600 vision-impaired athletes in whose interests the ABSF acts at the national and international level for competition, coaching, sport...
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