Sport Belongs To Everyone
“The ability to practise sport is a basic human right for all individuals. It not only enables people to live more active and fulfilling lives, but can also teach vital life skills and values, making a contribution to improving the quality of people’s lives.”
International Olympic Committee (IOC) Sport for All Commission
Learning how to move is just as important as learning how to read and write. Physical literacy is about developing the motivation, confidence and physical competencies needed to make physical activity an integral part of your lifestyle.
Encouraging and supporting the efforts of sharing the health and social benefits to be gained by all members of society through regular physical activity.
High performance is about continually maximizing resources, building endurance through the use of best practices, and maintaining a high level of performance throughout the season.
Learn about opportunities for girls and women in the sport and recreation delivery system as well as leadership and skill development for women in the sport and recreation field.
Sports played by those with a physical or mental disability, either permanent or temporary. Includes sports that are specifically adapted to those with disabilities as well as sports that have no equivalent in able-bodied sports.
This state is about enjoying lifelong participation in a variety of competitive and recreational opportunities in sport and physical activity.