The Cerebral Palsy International Sport and Recreation Association (CPISRA) have announced tickets for the World Games have officially gone on sale.
Prices for the event, due to take place August 6 until 15 in Nottingham, England, start at £8 ($12/€11) for adults and £6 ($9/€8) for children.
Those with a disability can benefit from a reduced price of £6 ($9/€8) with a free ticket provided for the carer.
The 2015 CPISRA World Games are set to attract 400 athletes and coaches from 13 participating nations competing in six sports.
Athletics, taekwondo, table cricket, bowls, swimming and football make up the programme for this edition of the World Games, with the majority of competition to take place at the Harvey Hadden Sports Complex.
The football event will also double as the Cerebral Palsy Football Under-19 World Championships, with the aim of the inaugural tournament being to give people with cerebral palsy the opportunity to take part in a world-class sporting event and achieve their potential.
The Opening Ceremony is scheduled to take place on August 9, which will carry a theme of “aspirations” detailing the journey the athletes will have made to be part of the World Games, with the Closing Ceremony set for August 15.
The Closing Ceremony will carry a theme of “transformations”, where athletes will divulge their experiences of the 10-day event and their sporting achievements.
Nottingham hosted the inaugural CPISRA World Games in 1989, which were known as the Robin Hood CP World Games.
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