Registrations open for Halberg Games

The Halberg Games is a Sports competition for physically disabled young people to compete at national level.
Registrations are now open for the 2018 Halberg Games, a national three day sports competition for physically disabled young people at King’s College in Auckland from 5-7 October.
Hosted by the Halberg Foundation, the charity set up by Olympic running legend Sir Murray Halberg, the Games are open to physically disabled and visually impaired athletes aged eight to 21 years.
Athletes can register to compete for their local region and select from up to 20 sports on offer including; swimming, golf, athletics, boccia, wheelchair basketball, football, rowing and table tennis.
To register as an athlete or volunteer for the 2018 Halberg Games go to:

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