Inas & Paralympic Eligibility
In order to compete in events organized by Inas or Paralympics athletes must complete an eligibility application to provide evidence of intellectual disability based on three main criteria:
- IQ of 75 or below (Weschler/WISC/WAIS, Stanford-Binet or Raven)
- Significant limitations in Adaptive Behavior (Vineland, ABAS or Other)
- Onset before age 18
INAS Sports: Athletics (Track & Field), Basketball, Cricket, Cycling, Judo, Rowing, Skiing (Nordic & Alpine), Soccer/Futsol, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tae kwondo, Tennis.
Paralympic Sports: Athletics (Track & Field), Swimming, Table Tennis
Athlete Eligibility Application
Download the US Inas Athlete Application using the button below, the application contains all necessary instructions.
- DOWNLOAD ATHLETE APPLICATION (Required)
- DOWNLOAD THE COACHES SURVEY BY SPORT (Required)
Coaches Survey for Basketball, Cycling, Rowing, Skiing, Taekwondo, Tennis, Table Tennis
Coaches Survey for Swimming
Coaches Survey for Track & Field
- DOWNLOAD RESOURCES FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS (Optional)
(If the athlete will be getting new psychological testing for eligibility purposes, please give this document to the administering psychologist.)
- PAY THE APPLICATION FEE
Athletes applying for eligibility can pay the $50 application fee online using the button below. Alternately you may mail a check made out to “Athletes Without Limits” to: 740 NE 3rd ST, STE 3-332, BEND OR 97701
Athletes Requiring Medication
Athletes who require a medication found on the current Prohibited Drug List will need to apply for permission to compete while taking the medication called a Therapeutic Drug Use Exemption or (TUE). We will use the medications listed in the athlete’s eligibility application to determine if the athlete will need to apply for a TUE. Learn more about the anti-doping policy on our Drug Testing & Medication page.
Sports-Specific Licenses & Classification
Once athletes have completed the eligibility paperwork with Athletes Without Limits/INAS there may be additional Sport-Specific licensing and classification requirements that involve testing and observation while at events. Athletes Without Limits will help athletes better understand and complete this process on a case-by-case basis. For general information about Sport Classification visit the Inas resources page.