The Resources Page
Our plan for this page is to provide links to relevant resources for our bowlers.
It will be a work in progress so keep an ear out for additions and changes.
If you know of any resources you think should be included, please email me the details and I'll add the information as soon as time permits.
News from BVIT members
Marilyn Luck and Eileen Scott have been bowling in Singapore in late February with very good results, even for Marilyn.
Eileen writes: "Marilyn won All Events/Masters, total pin fall of 2,362 over 16 games. (Ed: That's an average of 147.6). High game of 194; her next highest game was 185! She won All Events by 240 pins and beat the men's division as well".
That's very good bowling in time for the nats!
Here's a list of documents for download
Please note that some of these links will direct you away from this page
- Download WADA list of prohibited substances - 2018
- Check that your medications are not in breach of the rules at ASADA
- Blind Sports Australia Governance Documents
Here's some media reports featuring BVIT members and content
- You Tube Video of an interview with Marilyn Luck by journalist Thomas Dullard
on tenpin bowling for the blind
Web sites of interest
Blind Sports Radio (Australia)
Broadcasts a fantastic array of blindness-related sport online.
Link: Blind Sports Radio (Australia)
Blind Sports Australia
The sporting organisation representing blind and vision impaired sport in Australia
Link: Blind Sports Australia
A S A D A
The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) is the organisation with prime responsibility for implementation of the World Anti-Doping Code in Australia. Australian Sports anti-doping Authority Home Page
I B S A
IBSA (International Blind Sporting Association) was founded in Paris in 1981 as an international body developed to promote sports for the blind and visually impaired. Here are some direct links to various IBSA activities:
- About IBSA
- IBSA Frequently asked questions (F A Q)
- IBSA Anti-Doping Policies
- International Eye Classification information
- IBSA Documents