2002 CPISRA Pan-American Soccer Championship

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The 2002 CPISRA Pan-American Soccer Championship was a football tournament held in 2002 for athletes with physical disabilities. The event was organized by the CPISRA and took place in North America.

Overview[edit | edit source]

The 2002 CPISRA Pan-American Soccer Championship featured teams from various countries across the Americas. The tournament provided a platform for athletes with physical disabilities to showcase their skills and compete at an international level.

Competition Format[edit | edit source]

The championship followed a round-robin format, where each team played against every other team in the competition. Points were awarded for wins, draws, and losses, with the top teams advancing to the knockout stages.

Results[edit | edit source]

The tournament saw intense matches and competitive spirit among the participating teams. The final match determined the champion of the 2002 CPISRA Pan-American Soccer Championship, with the winning team celebrating their victory in front of enthusiastic fans and supporters.

Legacy[edit | edit source]

The 2002 CPISRA Pan-American Soccer Championship left a lasting impact on the disability sports community, highlighting the talent and dedication of athletes with physical disabilities. The event served as a platform for promoting inclusivity and diversity in sports.


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