2018 INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION


 T11 – T13 and F11 – F13   Visual Impairment (VI)
 T20 and F20  Intellectual Impairment(II)
 T32 – T38 and F31 – F38  Cerebral Palsy and Neurological Impairments(CP)
 T40/41 and F40/41  Short Stature(SS)
 T42 – T47 and F42 – F46 Amputees and Other Impairments (AO) 
 T51 – T54 and F51 – F57  Wheelchair and throwing frame user (WC) 
 T61 – T64 and F61-64  Athletes who compete using prosthetic lower limbs (PL)


2018 International Classification for athletes with a Physical and Intellectual Impairment will take place at the 2018 Victorian Open and Para Track & Field Championships, Melbourne Australia. All Athletes wishing to attain an international classification, must enter the competition in a relevant event they wish to be classified in, and must complete the necessary paperwork with World Para Athletics prior to being classified.

International Classification details will be as follows:

Classification Dates: Tuesday, 27th of February - Thursday, 1st of March 2018

Event Location: Lakeside Stadium - Aughtie Drive , Albert Park VIC

Event Dates: Friday, 2nd of March - Sunday, 4th of March 2018

Event Registration: Closes - Sunday, February 18th 2018 11:58 PM - AEST

 

Athletes wishing to attend the 2018 International Classification Opportunity please complete and follow the below steps;

 

ATHLETES WITH A PHYSICAL IMPAIRMENT

1. Athletes must read the PI Preparing for International Classification Document - Click here to download the document 

2. Register their interest in attending classification by completing the online nomination - Click here to register your interest online

3. Athletes must download, complete and return the WPA PI Medical Diagnostics Form - Click here to download the WPA PI Medical Diagnostics Form

4. Athletes must register for a 2018 World Para Athletics License - Click here for WPA License Information 

5. Enter the Victorian Open & Para Athletics Championships -  Click here to enter the event 

 

ATHLETES WITH AN INTELLECTUAL IMPAIRMENT

1. Athletes must read the II Preparing for International Classification Document - Click here to download the document 

2. Register their interest in attending classification by completing the online nomination - Click here to register your interest online

3. Athletes Must ensure they appear on the INAS Classification Master List - Click here to view the INAS master list

4. Athletes must download, complete and return the WPA II TSAL Form - Click here to download the form

5. Athletes must register for a 2018 World Para Athletics License - Click here for WPA License Information 

6. Enter the Victorian Open & Para Athletics Championships -  Click here to enter the event 

 

Important Notes;

*Athletes with an Intellectual Impairment must compete in the event they wish to be classified for - Shot put or Long Jump (Intellectually Impaired athletes wishing to be classified in Track can compete in either the 400 or 1500 meters).

* Please note that there will be no opportunity for International Classification for athletes with a Visual Impairment at this event.

 

 



2018 International Classification for athletes with a Physical and Intellectual Impairment will take place at the 2018 Victorian Open and Para Track & Field Championships, Melbourne Australia. All Athletes wishing to attain an international classification, must enter the competition in a relevant event they wish to be classified in, and must complete the necessary paperwork with World Para Athletics prior to being classified.

International Classification details will be as follows:

Classification Dates: Tuesday, 27th of February - Thursday, 1st of March 2018

Event Location: Lakeside Stadium - Aughtie Drive , Albert Park VIC

Event Dates: Friday, 2nd of March - Sunday, 4th of March 2018

Event Registration: Closes - Sunday, February 18th 2018 11:58 PM - AEST


Athletes wishing to attend the 2018 International Classification Opportunity please complete and follow the below steps;


ATHLETES WITH A PHYSICAL IMPAIRMENT

1. Athletes must read the PI Preparing for International Classification Document - Click here to download the document 

2. Register their interest in attending classification by completing the online nomination - Click here to register your interest online

3. Athletes must download, complete and return the WPA PI Medical Diagnostics Form - Click here to download the WPA PI Medical Diagnostics Form

4. Athletes must register for a 2018 World Para Athletics License - Click here for WPA License Information 

5. Enter the Victorian Open & Para Athletics Championships -  Click here to enter the event 



ATHLETES WITH AN INTELLECTUAL IMPAIRMENT

1. Athletes must read the II Preparing for International Classification Document - Click here to download the document 

2. Register their interest in attending classification by completing the online nomination - Click here to register your interest online

3. Athletes Must ensure they appear on the INAS Classification Master List - Click here to view the INAS master list

4. Athletes must download, complete and return the WPA II TSAL Form - Click here to download the form

5. Athletes must register for a 2018 World Para Athletics License - Click here for WPA License Information 

6. Enter the Victorian Open & Para Athletics Championships -  Click here to enter the event 



Important Notes;


*Athletes with an Intellectual Impairment must compete in the event they wish to be classified for - Shot put or Long Jump (Intellectually Impaired athletes wishing to be classified in Track can compete in either the 400 or 1500 meters).

* Please note that there will be no opportunity for International Classification for athletes with a Visual Impairment at this event.


2018 International Classification for athletes with a Physical and Intellectual Impairment will take place at the 2018 Victorian Open and Para Track & Field Championships, Melbourne Australia. All Athletes wishing to attain an international classification, must enter the competition in a relevant event they wish to be classified in, and must complete the necessary paperwork with World Para Athletics prior to being classified.

International Classification details will be as follows:

Classification Dates: Tuesday, 27th of February - Thursday, 1st of March 2018

Event Location: Lakeside Stadium - Aughtie Drive , Albert Park VIC

Event Dates: Friday, 2nd of March - Sunday, 4th of March 2018

Event Registration: Closes - Sunday, February 18th 2018 11:58 PM - AEST


Athletes wishing to attend the 2018 International Classification Opportunity please complete and follow the below steps;


ATHLETES WITH A PHYSICAL IMPAIRMENT

1. Athletes must read the PI Preparing for International Classification Document - Click here to download the document 

2. Register their interest in attending classification by completing the online nomination - Click here to register your interest online

3. Athletes must download, complete and return the WPA PI Medical Diagnostics Form - Click here to download the WPA PI Medical Diagnostics Form

4. Athletes must register for a 2018 World Para Athletics License - Click here for WPA License Information 

5. Enter the Victorian Open & Para Athletics Championships -  Click here to enter the event 



ATHLETES WITH AN INTELLECTUAL IMPAIRMENT

1. Athletes must read the II Preparing for International Classification Document - Click here to download the document 

2. Register their interest in attending classification by completing the online nomination - Click here to register your interest online

3. Athletes Must ensure they appear on the INAS Classification Master List - Click here to view the INAS master list

4. Athletes must download, complete and return the WPA II TSAL Form - Click here to download the form

5. Athletes must register for a 2018 World Para Athletics License - Click here for WPA License Information 

6. Enter the Victorian Open & Para Athletics Championships -  Click here to enter the event 



Important Notes;


*Athletes with an Intellectual Impairment must compete in the event they wish to be classified for - Shot put or Long Jump (Intellectually Impaired athletes wishing to be classified in Track can compete in either the 400 or 1500 meters).

* Please note that there will be no opportunity for International Classification for athletes with a Visual Impairment at this event.

 

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