Published on October 16th, 2013 | by mpower
Soccer meets Dodgeball in Goalball
Dallas News: 10.14.13, Nancy Churnin
Goalball, a game played by visually impaired athletes, was developed in 1946 to help rehabilitate veterans who had lost all or part of their sight in World War II. It’s been part of the Paralympics since 1980.
These days, all ages play in more than 100 countries, and it can be an important tool for keeping kids motivated and physically fit, advocates say.
What to understand the game better? Read the full article here.