320 athletes from 31 countries had competed in six sports: Archery, Athletics, Powerlifting, Swimming, Table Tennis and Wheelchair Fencing during the four days of competition between the 4th- 7th August.
Entries received from 350 athletes who will be accompanied by 150 team staff
To celebrates its 10th anniversary there are more sports, more nations with more athletes then ever taking part
Final entries needed to confirm your accommodation
IWAS signs MOU with the World Taekwondo Federation to promote Para-Taekwondo among amputee and wheelchair athletes.
How about taking a little bit of 'Mandeville' home with you.
The response of entries for the IWAS 10th World Junior Games has been very promising.
Deadline to return forms Monday 24 February 2014
Following the announcement earlier this year IWAS is pleased to say that the preparations to bring home the IWAS World Junior (u23) Games to Stoke Mandeville in 2014 are steadily moving along.
WASUSA confirm team has been selcted in their latest newsletter, The Compensator