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CPISRA Classification a quick overview and insight into Football 7-a-side. What is classification? Classification happens in all sports for example girls v. boys Weight classes (boxing, wrestling) Age groups (cubs, juniors, open, masters ).

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cpisra classification a quick overview and insight into football 7 a side
CPISRA Classificationa quick overview and insight into Football 7-a-side

prepared by Joan Steele-Mills, Physiotherapist, Classification Officer CPISRA

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What is classification?

  • Classification happens in all sports for example
    • girls v. boys
    • Weight classes (boxing, wrestling)
    • Age groups (cubs, juniors, open, masters)

prepared by Joan Steele-Mills, Physiotherapist, Classification Officer CPISRA

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IPC International Paralympic Committee Classification is undertaken to ensure that an Athlete’s IMPAIRMENT is relevant to the sport performance and to ensure that the Athlete competes equitably with other Athletes

prepared by Joan Steele-Mills, Physiotherapist, Classification Officer CPISRA

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Classification has two important roles;To determine Eligibility to Compete ( e.g. meet minimum criteria)To group Athletes for Competition( match with class profiles)

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To be Eligible to Compete an Athlete must have an IMPAIRMENT that leads to a permanent and verifiable Activity LimitationThe Impairment should limit the Athlete’s ability to compete equitably in elite sport with athletes without ImpairmentFollowing Athlete evaluation a sport Class will be allocated. A Sport Class is a category defined by each international Sport Federation in which the Athletes are categorised in reference to an Activity Limitation resulting from Impairment.

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In the physical disabilities groupings Athletes are not assessed for pain, lack of planning or memory loss. Assessment is only on limitation of movement/activity. In most sport athletes with different disabilities/conditions now compete against each other. In Football 7-a-side athletes all have signs of Cerebral Spasticity, Athetosis, Dystonia or Ataxia or a combination of the above due to Cerebral Palsy, Acquired Brain Injury or other conditions of a cerebral origin.

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There are special assessments for the Vision Impaired athletes and they compete separate to the physical impaired athletes.There is a special class for people who have short stature and they also compete in their own classes.

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Athletes with a Spinal Cord Lesion are classed related to the level of injury and activity limitation.

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Athletes with loss of Limb are assessed for site and level ( e.g. through ankle, below knee, through knee, above knee, above elbow)strength/activity in remaining limbtrunk stability and balanceneed/use of prosthesis in sport performance

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Les Autres( the others) are athletes who do not fall in the above categories and are assessed for strength, loss of range of motion or lack of balance and coordination

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disability specific goalball blind boccia cp and abi football 7 a side abi football 5 a side blind

Sport Specific

For Example;

Athletics

Cycling

Swimming

Equestrian

Power lifting

Disability specific Goalball (blind)Boccia (CP and ABI)Football 7-a-side (ABI)Football 5-a-side (Blind)

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In Sport for athletes with Cerebral Palsy and Acquired Brain Injury athletes are assessed for Congenital or AcquiredBrain Injury (impairment) resulting in motor difficulties (activity Limitation) due to Spasticity, Ataxia, Athetosis or dystonia or any combination of the these. Athletes might have Brain Injury resulting from Birth, Stroke, Aneurysm, Medical or Accidental Trauma, Tumour, Drowning, Meningitis, Meningococcal disease or other disorders.

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CPISRA 7-a-side Football classes are class 5 Athletes with moderate to severe DiplegiaClass 6 Athletes with Dystonia/ athetosis/ ataxia/ spastic quadriplegiaClass 7 Athletes with moderate to severe hemiplegiaClass 8 Athletes with minimum Diplegia, minimum dyskinesia, minimum Hemiplegia, Monoplegia

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Spasticity is measured with the Modified Ashworth scale and the ASAS, Australian Spasticity Assessment Scale, has been introduced about 3 years ago.

Ataxia signs, coordination difficulties and dysmetria is measured by finger nose, tandem walking and other tests.

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Questions??Please feel free to ask me Joan Steele-Millsclassification@cpisra.orgHead of Classification CPISRAIntern. Powerchair Football (FIPFA) classifierIPC Athletics Classifier UCI Paracycling classifier

prepared by Joan Steele-Mills, Physiotherapist, Classification Officer CPISRA