Inclusive Recreation Goalball Showcase

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Join the campus community in learning about, from Olympic athletes, the sport of goalball – a Paralympic sport similar to soccer designed for the blind or visually impaired where the offense rolls the ball in a bowling motion using their hands while the defense tries to guard their position using only the sound of the bells in the ball– at the Inclusive Recreation Goalball Showcase taking place 2–4 p.m., March 15 at the Recreational Sports Facility (RSF).

This event is free to attend and attendees are encouraged to join in on the fun – after learning the fundamentals of the sport, participants will play a full game guided by accredited referees and expert Goalball athletes. All equipment will be provided to participants.

Dates Days Times
3/15 Fri 2 – 4 p.m.

 

Location: Field House – Recreational Sports Facility (RSF) 179
Goalball team is part of Recreational Sports’ Inclusive Recreation program, designed to support and advance sports and recreation for the over 3,000 members of the Cal community with disabilities. In addition to goalball, the Inclusive Recreation program offers CalSTAR Yoga – a yoga class designed for people with limited mobility – as well as dedicated personal training services for users with disabilities as part of their Inclusive Rec program. For more details, please visit the Inclusive Recreation webpage.