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ORGANISED BY: International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA)

*     IBSA is a multi-sport event for blind partially sighted athletes, stated in every four years.
*     It was first held at Madrid, Spain in 1998.
*     IBSA World Games 2023 will be held at the University of Birmingham, across the Edgbaston area and wider region.
*     More than 1000 visually impaired athletes from 70 nations are expected to participate.
*     The Games will feature three Paralympic and eight non-Paralympic sports disciplines.
*     Cricket has been included for the first time.
*     Indian men and women cricket teams for the blind would compete in this Games.
*     A 16-member Indian women cricket team for blind, including four from Odisha, has been announced by the Cricket Association for the Blind in India (CABI).
*     The four Odisha players are: Padmini Tudu (B1), Basanti Hansda (B2), Phula Soren (B3) and Jhili Birua (B3).
*     Indian men cricket team for the blind would be announced shortly.

INDIAN WOMEN CRICKET TEAM FOR THE BLIND: Varsha U, Gangavva Neelappa Harijan, Deepika TC (all Karnataka); Padmini Tudu, Basanti Hansda, Phula Soren, Jhili Birua (all Odisha); Valasanaini Ravanni, Killaka Sandhya, M Satyavathi (all Andhra Pradesh); Simu Das (Rajasthan), Priya, Sushma Patel (both Madhya Pradesh); Sandra Davis Karimalikkal (Kerala), Prity Prasad (Delhi), Ganga Sambhaji Kadam (Maharashtra).

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