cerebral palsy sports
federation of india (regd)
CPSFI, (a legitimate National body duly recognised by Intl body CPISRA),
does not support any event of National Athletics championship
to be held from 2-4 February, 2020 at Raipur, Chattisgarh.
All CP athletes are requested to stay away from same.
If anyone participates in same would be doing so at his/ her own risk.
CPSFI is a full member of IFCPF.
Its our proud pleasure
to be associated with
IFCPF to promote
CP Football in India.
Sports Authority of Gujarat in association with
Cerebral Palsy Sports Federation, Gujarat
organised the 1st Cerebral Palsy Khel MahaKumbh, 2019
at Nadiad, Gujarat
CPSFI started their first leg of Awareness programs, Sangiti from Gujarat coinciding with their support to World CP Day 2019.
Sangiti in Jaipur on 20th October 2019 was followed by a short walk to build awareness on the importance of fitness.
Meeting with the Hon'ble Minister of State (I/C) Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports
Team cpsfi met Shri Kiren Rijiju, Minister for sports at his office to apprise him on the importance and the need to promote cerebral palsy sports. The nearly 25 lakh cp children in the country could largely benefit from this movement with the support from the Government.
Sangiti, a meaningful discussion on CP Sports was held in New Delhi. Delhi Cerebral Palsy Sports Association (DCPSA) in partnership with Para Taekwondo Federation (India) conducted this event for NGOs, CP children and their parents were introduced to CP sports like taekwondo, CP football, RaceRunning etc.
Launch of cpsfi website
cpsfi website was launched by Mr Kapil Dev. During his conversation with team, Mr Dev was appreciative of the good work cpsfi has been doing. He volunteered to help get RaceRunning frames to India.
Executive Board Meeting
Executive Board Meeting was held at 9, Prithviraj Road, New Delhi on 17 Aug, 2019 to discuss on awareness and development programs of CP sports.