What does T11 T12 and T13 mean?
T12/F12. Athletes with a T12/F12 sport class have a higher visual acuity than athletes competing in the T11/F11 sport class and/or a visual field of less than 10 degrees diameter. T13/F13. Athletes with a T13/F13 sport class have the least severe vision impairment eligible for Para athletics.
What does T12 mean in the Paralympics?
|T12||Visual acuity ranges from LogMAR 1.50 to 2.60 (inclusive), and/or the visual field is constricted to a diameter of less than 10 degrees.|
|T13||Visual acuity ranges from LogMAR 1.40 to 1 (inclusive), and/or the visual field is constricted to a diameter of less than 40 degrees.|
What does S13 mean in Paralympics?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. S13, SB13, SM13 are disability swimming classifications used for categorising swimmers based on their level of disability.
What do the letters mean in Paralympics?
In cycling, the letters refer to the type of bike used – H for handbike, T for tricycle, C for a standard bike and B for visually impaired athletes on a tandem. In swimming, the letters refer to the type of stroke – SB represents breaststroke while S covers other actions.
What does T37 mean in Paralympics?
The T37 classification is for athletes who have moderate hypertonia, ataxia or athetosis on one half of the body, according to World Para Athletics. This often includes athletes with a traumatic brain injury or cerebral palsy, like Mayhugh.
What does T54 mean in the Paralympics?
T51–T54 is for athletes in a wheelchair who are specifically competing in track events. (Such as wheelchair racing.) Classification T54 is an athlete that is completely functional from the waist up. T53 athletes have restricted movement in their abdominals.
What is a T35 athlete?
T35 (T for track) is a disability sport classification for disability athletics’ running competitions. It includes people who have coordination impairments such as hypertonia, ataxia and athetosis. This includes people with cerebral palsy. The classification is used at the Paralympic Games.
What is S10 in Paralympics?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. S10, SB9, SM10 are disability swimming classifications used for categorizing swimmers based on their level of disability. Swimmers in this class tend to have minimal weakness affecting their legs, missing feet, a missing leg below the knee or problems with their hips.
What does C5 mean in Paralympics?
Sport class C1 is allocated to athletes with the most severe activity limitation, while the sport class C5 is allocated to athletes who meet the minimum impairment criteria.