Brazilian Paralympics Training Center formalized the start of activities

Brazilian Paralympics Training Center formalized the start of activities

It took place in the morning of Monday, the 23rd, the opening of the Brazilian Paralympics Training Center, located at the “Fontes do Ipiranga Park”, in São Paulo city.

International reference in the evaluation and training of Para sports athletes, the goal of the Training Center is to foster Brazilian Para sports, creating better conditions for athletes to improve in competitions, emphasizing both advanced techniques and new technologies.

The training center is the result of the partnership between São Paulo State Government, through the São Paulo State Secretary of Rights of People with Disabilities, and the Federal Government, by the Ministry of Sports and the Brazilian Paralympics Committee.

The 15 programs that the Training Center offers are: athleticism, wheelchair basketball, bocha, swimming, wheelchair fencing, five football, seven football, weight lifting, judo, rugby, tennis, wheelchair tennis, triathlon and seated volleyball. It is divided in 11 sectors, which includes training sport areas, hotel, conventions center, labs, physical conditioning and physical therapy.

Brazilian Paralympics Training Center formalized the start of activities

It took place in the morning of Monday, the 23rd, the opening of the Brazilian Paralympics Training Center, located at the “Fontes do Ipiranga Park”, in São Paulo city.

International reference in the evaluation and training of Para sports athletes, the goal of the Training Center is to foster Brazilian Para sports, creating better conditions for athletes to improve in competitions, emphasizing both advanced techniques and new technologies.

The training center is the result of the partnership between São Paulo State Government, through the São Paulo State Secretary of Rights of People with Disabilities, and the Federal Government, by the Ministry of Sports and the Brazilian Paralympics Committee.

The 15 programs that the Training Center offers are: athleticism, wheelchair basketball, bocha, swimming, wheelchair fencing, five football, seven football, weight lifting, judo, rugby, tennis, wheelchair tennis, triathlon and seated volleyball. It is divided in 11 sectors, which includes training sport areas, hotel, conventions center, labs, physical conditioning and physical therapy.

Brazilian Paralympics Training Center formalized the start of activities

It took place in the morning of Monday, the 23rd, the opening of the Brazilian Paralympics Training Center, located at the “Fontes do Ipiranga Park”, in São Paulo city.

International reference in the evaluation and training of Para sports athletes, the goal of the Training Center is to foster Brazilian Para sports, creating better conditions for athletes to improve in competitions, emphasizing both advanced techniques and new technologies.

The training center is the result of the partnership between São Paulo State Government, through the São Paulo State Secretary of Rights of People with Disabilities, and the Federal Government, by the Ministry of Sports and the Brazilian Paralympics Committee.

The 15 programs that the Training Center offers are: athleticism, wheelchair basketball, bocha, swimming, wheelchair fencing, five football, seven football, weight lifting, judo, rugby, tennis, wheelchair tennis, triathlon and seated volleyball. It is divided in 11 sectors, which includes training sport areas, hotel, conventions center, labs, physical conditioning and physical therapy.

Brazilian Paralympics Training Center formalized the start of activities

It took place in the morning of Monday, the 23rd, the opening of the Brazilian Paralympics Training Center, located at the “Fontes do Ipiranga Park”, in São Paulo city.

International reference in the evaluation and training of Para sports athletes, the goal of the Training Center is to foster Brazilian Para sports, creating better conditions for athletes to improve in competitions, emphasizing both advanced techniques and new technologies.

The training center is the result of the partnership between São Paulo State Government, through the São Paulo State Secretary of Rights of People with Disabilities, and the Federal Government, by the Ministry of Sports and the Brazilian Paralympics Committee.

The 15 programs that the Training Center offers are: athleticism, wheelchair basketball, bocha, swimming, wheelchair fencing, five football, seven football, weight lifting, judo, rugby, tennis, wheelchair tennis, triathlon and seated volleyball. It is divided in 11 sectors, which includes training sport areas, hotel, conventions center, labs, physical conditioning and physical therapy.