Foto: K. Bruhn, M. Rehm; © privat/Ralf Kuckuck, DBS-Akademie

Inclusion in competetive sports?

Is a prosthesis an advantage? Researchers at Bournemouth University in England try to answer this question. During the past few months, the "Markus Rehm case" has attracted a great deal of attention – and criticism in Germany.

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Photo: Kirsten Bruhn; © private REHACARE Magazine Competitive sports with and without disabilities: Alone instead of together?

Photo: Heiko Kröger in his boat; © Ainhoa Sanchez/Audi

Inclusion in sailing

As a Paralympic discipline, sailing is being dropped. The decision of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to eliminate sailing from the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games is not just a bitter pill to swallow for athletes.

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Photo: Heiko Kröger in his boat; © Ainhoa Sanchez/Audi REHACARE Magazine "Sailing is the most inclusive sport"

Photo: Prof. Ulrich Hartmann; © Universität Leipzig

Interview with Prof. Ulrich Hartmann

Professor Ulrich Hartmann, Director of the Institute of Movement and Training Science II, Faculty of Sports Science, University of Leipzig and scientist Alexandra Wippich monitor a research project on a pool wall warning system for blind swimmers. Click here for the interview

Photo: Prof. Ulrich Hartmann; © Universität Leipzig REHACARE Magazine "We expect fewer injuries of blind and visually impaired swimmers from our pool wall warning system"

Photo: Soccer team; linked to a video REHACARE TV Together strong at the Special Olympics