Promoting Sport and Physical Activity for people who are Blind/Vision Impaired of all ages and abilities.

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Vision Sports Ireland is the National Governing Body for promoting sport and physical activity for people who are blind and vision impaired. We work closely with our NGB partners to offer a network of programmes and events across many sports and activities. This site will keep you up to date with the latest news, events and training opportunities offered by Vision Sports Ireland.

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Zero Limits Track Day 2024

The Vision Sports Ireland Zero Limits Track Day is an event like no other that offers participants the chance to take to the driver’s seat of dual-controlled road cars to conquer the Mondello Park circuit on July 23rd and 24th.

The day consists of 2 parts:

  • Driving Experience: In the morning, participants get behind the wheel, driving the twists and turns of the Mondello Park circuit with the aid of a driving instructor.
  • Rally Co-Driving: In the afternoon, participants kick it up a gear as they join forces with some of Ireland’s finest rally drivers, becoming co-drivers for passenger laps around the circuit.

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In line with Sport Ireland’s Research Strategy 2021-2027, Vision Sports Ireland is working to play its part in generating, capturing and sharing insights of people who are blind or vision impaired, to better understand, respond and develop better solutions to the challenges in accessing and participating in sport and physical activity in Ireland.

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