Boccia Ramp Now Available!
Solve-TAD is pleased to announce that our new Boccia Ramp is now available from our Adaptable Solutions webshop!
This lightweight, sleek wooden ramp is compliant with World Boccia rules for Assistive Devices.
- Made from easy to clean, non-toxic varnished 4.00 mm marine plywood & timber
- Ramp comes in 3 parts so that length and height can be easily adjusted
- Custom ball-mount included for chin operation
- Side knobs adjustments for easy angle positioning
- Stable and durable base with weights
- Easy to disassemble for storage
- Converts to a 2 wheeled trolley for easy transport to and from the game
- Australian made and assembled by Solve-TAD Volunteers
*Boccia ball set not included
What is Boccia?
Boccia is a Paralympic sport that is similar to lawn bowls or bocce ball. It is a precision sport that is played by athletes with physical disabilities, such as cerebral palsy or spinal cord injuries.
The game is played on a flat, rectangular court that is marked with a series of lines and squares. Players throw, roll, or kick a ball, called a “boccia,” towards a target ball, called the “jack,” which is placed at the other end of the court. The objective is to get as many of your balls as close to the target ball as possible.
Boccia is a sport that requires a high level of skill, strategy, and concentration. Players must carefully plan their shots and consider factors such as the trajectory and speed of their balls, as well as the position of their opponent’s balls.
The sport is played in individual, pairs, and team events. In individual events, players compete against one another in a head-to-head format. In pairs and team events, players work together to achieve the best overall score.
Boccia is a popular sport that is played by athletes all over the world. It is an inclusive sport that is open to athletes of all ability levels, and it is a great way for people with disabilities to participate in a competitive and enjoyable physical activity
For more information, see the Australian Paralympic Page here