Athletes with a disability (multiclass)

Albion Park Little Athletics Club aims to provide an inclusive environment in which barriers to involvement are rem

Moved and all people with a disability feel welcome and comfortable to participate.

People with a disability become involved in sport for exactly the same reasons as their able-bodied peers: –

  • Fun
  • Social contact
  • Fitness
  • Self esteem
  • Increased skills

At a local level, athletes with a disability (Multi-class) can access regular activities at Albion Park Little Athletics on a Friday night. These athletes will follow a program specifically designed for athletes with a disability. The term Multi-class is used in Little Athletics as all classifications compete together and are scored

by classification upon completion of their event.

In 2018/19 competitions with e

vents for multi-class athletes include:

Albion Park Carnival (October)

Zone Championships (December)

Regionals Championships (February)

State Track and Field Championships (March)

For further information please contact our President Crystal at crystal.woll@hotmail.com



APLAC multiclass athlete Charlize, T/F37 (cerebral palsy)