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Baseball for the Blind - Introduction to National Federations: Two (2) lessons will introduce National Federation representatives to Baseball for the blind, an adapted version of Baseball that is played by the blind and visually impaired.

Lesson 1:  Introduction to Baseball for the Blind (B4B): History, Field, Game Rules & Differences from Baseball
Overview of the origins of Baseball for the Blind (B4B), the sport equipment, the basic rules, including the ways to set-up the field, the differences with Baseball and the social benefits of practicing the sport for the blind and visually impaired.

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Lesson 2: Baseball for the Blind (B4B): Mole Cup, Summary of the Rules & Some Facts
An in-depth look to the history of Baseball for the Blind (B4B), a summary of the rules and basic knowledge of how to approach to the visually impaired.

Baseball for the Blind: Technical Course for Coaches (Part 1) - Base Running: Participants learn to teach Baseball for the Blind and train blind and visually impaired athletes. The course reviews the methods to approach blind and visually impaired people, the basics of the game and how to teach the main abilities to play Baseball.

Lesson 1: Base Running & Sliding
Participants are introduced to the fundamentals of base running and sliding, starting with the review of the benefits of playing Baseball for the blind and visually impaired and concluding with a 10-question quiz to challenge your knowledge and learning.

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Lesson 2: Rules & Equipment
A summary of the history of the game, its rules and a description of the equipment required to play Baseball for the Blind.