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Once classified, athletes with disability is eligible to compete in Multi Class races according to their classification and National Sport Class Status, which determines the level of competition the athlete may compete in (i.e. club, regional, state or national level meets).

Multi Class Athletics – multi class athletics refers to the competition structure for Athletes with a disability. It allows for athletes to compete in a fair environment by grouping them according to their classification.

Transplant recipients who are eligible to compete in the World Transplant Games (solid organ or bone marrow recipients) will be eligible to compete under the Athletics Australia TF60 Classification 

If you wish to participate in either of these competitions, even at a local level, please have the attached form completed by your transplant physician and returned to Transplant Australia by emailing matty.hempstalk@transplant.org.au

Classified Transplant athletes are able to compete at all levels of competition.

The TX (Transplant) category is recognised at all State/Territory and National Championships in BMX Racing, Mountain Bike,  Road and Track Championships.  For Road, Track and Mountain Bike Championships riders are recognised within their TX category.  BMX Racing is conducted as a multi-class category with each rider having their time factored to determine placing.

Many state level based time trials also conduct a multi-class para-cycling category which classified TX athletes can compete in.

TX athletes may also choose to compete in any other level of competition based on age (junior, elite, or masters).

Transplant recipients who are eligible to compete in the World Transplant Games (solid organ or bone marrow recipients) will be eligible to compete under the  Cycling TX Classifications  (run by AusCying)

If you wish to participate in either of these competitions, even at a local level, please have the attached form completed by your transplant physician and returned to Transplant Australia by emailing matty.hempstalk@transplant.org.au 

AusCycling Master List

Once classified, a swimmer with disability is eligible to compete in Multi Class races according to their classification and National Sport Class Status, which determines the level of competition the swimmer may compete in (i.e. club, regional, state or national level meets).

Multi Class Swimming – multi class swimming refers to the competition structure for swimmers with a disability. It allows for swimmers to compete in a fair environment by grouping them according to their classification.

Transplant recipients who are eligible to compete in the World Transplant Games (solid organ or bone marrow recipients) will be eligible to compete under the  S16 Multi Class Swimming Competitions (run by Swimming Australia)

If you wish to participate in either of these competitions, even at a local level, please have the attached form completed by your transplant physician and returned to Transplant Australia by emailing matty.hempstalk@transplant.org.au 

Swimming Australia Master List