India shines in blind cricket at IBSA World Games: Women's team wins gold, men's team secures silver
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India's blind women's cricket team emerged victorious in the T20 final of the IBSA World Games held in Birmingham. They won the title by defeating Australia in the championship match.
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The Indian women's cricket team won the gold medal on the same day by defeating Australia by nine wickets using the DLS method.
The Indian team won a resounding nine-wicket victory over Australia in the final.
Indian men's blind cricket team:
The Indian men's blind cricket team earned a silver medal at the IBSA World Games 2023 after losing to Pakistan in the men's T20 cricket final held at Edgbaston, Birmingham.
The inclusion of cricket in the IBSA World Games began and both the Indian men's and women's blind cricket teams reached the finals, ensuring medals for India.
About IBSA World Games
It was previously named the IBSA World Championships and the games are organized by the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA). This international multi-sport event is held every four years.
The Games provide an opportunity for blind and partially sighted athletes to compete in a variety of sports while showcasing their abilities on a global platform.
The first edition of the IBSA World Games was held in the year 1998 in Madrid, Spain.
The Games cover a wide variety of sports, including athletics, swimming, goalball and judo. These games provide a platform for the athletes to showcase their skills and sporting prowess.
Competitions in athletics, swimming, goalball and judo within the IBSA World Games form an important part of the qualification process for the Paralympic Games. Successful performance in these events can lead to participation in the Paralympics.
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