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[Image of 2023 BSA Annual Report front cover which features some of the Australian team at the opening ceremony of the IBSA World Blind Games standing outside the Birmingham Symphony Hall. The group is wearing their green, gold and navy blue BSA Australian Team uniforms waving their hands in the air and smiling at the camera. Matt Clayton, BSA and team Chef de Mission is front and centre of this image. The bottom left corner contains the BSA logo and says covering the period 1 July 2022 to 30 August 2023
2023 has been a bumper year for BSA and blind sports across Australia. Read all about it in our 2023 Annual Report – a special expanded edition that includes a short report of the IBSA World Blind Games in August which saw our largest ever Australian Team take part in six sports.
“It has been fantastic to see the growth of blind sport and the increased activity across the country in the past year. Our sports have enjoyed a bumper year, with national and international competitions once again taking place. A real highlight has been the growth and opportunities in female sport, particularly in blind football and blind cricket which is a strong indicator of the ongoing growth in blind sport and opportunities for people who are blind and vision impaired to get involved and active,” comments Matt Clayton, BSA CEO.
 
Click the link below to view our 2023 Annual Report, which is available in both an accessible PDF graphic format, and a plain text word file.
 
[Image of 2023 BSA Annual Report front cover which features some of the Australian team at the opening ceremony of the IBSA World Blind Games standing outside the Birmingham Symphony Hall. The group is wearing their green, gold and navy blue BSA Australian Team uniforms waving their hands in the air and smiling at the camera. Matt Clayton, BSA and team Chef de Mission is front and centre of this image. The bottom left corner contains the BSA logo and says covering the period 1 July 2022 to 30 August 2023]
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