Blind Sporting Association (BSANSW)
The Blind Sporting Assocation (BSA) of NSW is an independent organisation established to coordinate and promote the sporting and recreational interests of blind men and women of all·ages.
Currently, The BSA:
Supports competitive state/national teams in the sports:
Alpine Skiing, Athletics, Cycling, Cricket, Equestrian (Dressage), Goalball, Golf, Judo, Lawn Bowls, Nordic Skiing, Powerlifting, Rowing, Sailing, Swimming and Ten Pin Bowling.
BSA Encourages recreational participation in activities such as:
Aerobics and Fitness, Canoeing, Gymnastics, Judo, Riding, Snow Skiing, Surfing, Waterskiing.
BSA seeks out opportunities for the blind and vision impaired to participate in open competition within the community.
BSA acts in an advisory capacity to service groups and governmental agencies concerning the needs of blind sports men and women.
MEMBERS - BSA seeks out members and people that would like to participate in all types of activity opportunities for the blind and vision impaired to participate in open competition within the community.
VOLUNTEERS- BSA is constanly seeking volunteers, people that are willing to give up some time to asist in activitis for the blind and vision impaired.