|Description: Athletes have total or partial absence of bones or joints as a consequence of trauma or illness or congenital limb deficiency.
Example: Traumatic amputation, amputation due to bone cancer, dysmelia.
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Having an eligible impairment is not enough to be considered eligible for Para sport. Athletes also must meet the minimum impairment criteria for the sport which is set by the International Federations and aims to define how severe an impairment must be for an athlete to be considered eligible.