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Support announced for Paralympics Ireland

12 October 2016

Promotion and support for Paralympics Ireland has been announced by the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM).

One of the aims of the BIFM Ireland support is to raise the profile of facility accessibility in both sporting arenas and within everyday life.

Established in 1987, Paralympics Ireland is the body responsible for raising funds and selecting the athletes to compete within the Ireland national Paralympic team.

Its services also allow athletes to compete in the various qualifying competitions around the world through the provision of coaching and research into sports medicine.

A total of 46 athletes were selected to represent Team Ireland in the Rio 2016 Paralympics.

Paralympics Ireland will be promoted at the BIFM Ireland FM Summit on 25 November, which will have the theme of Worplace partnerships - Rethinking FM.

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