For a world without barriers.

Become part of CYBATHLON!

Do you research and develop assistive technology such as exoskeletons, intelligent white canes for the blind, powered wheelchairs or prosthetic legs? Do you work with brain-computer interfaces or functional electrical muscle stimulation? Or do you wear a prosthesis yourself?

Do you want to contribute to the inclusion of people with disabilities and work towards a world without barriers? Then become part of CYBATHLON now!

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Become a partner of CYBATHLON

CYBATHLON provides a unique platform to promote research and development in the field of assistive technology for everyday use and to promote dialogue with the public about the inclusion of people with disabilities in everyday life. CYBATHLON is looking for partners who will support the platform on the Road to 2024 and join in working for a world without barriers.

Are you interested? We look forward to hearing from you!
  • SWISS Arena Kloten
  • Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) Bike Race
  • Pilot with exoskeleton overcomes slalom obstacle in competition
  • Pilotin überwindet mit motorisiertem Rollstuhl Rampe am CYBATHLON 2016
  • Exoskeleton pilots congratulate each other on CYBATHLON 2016
  • Arm prosthesis pilot solves task at the table
  • At the CYBATHLON 2016 prosthetic leg pilot gets up from the sofa station
  • Prosthetic arm pilot is congratulated
4th May 2022

Watch the CYBATHLON Challenges from 18 May

The first CYBATHLON Challenges can be watched from 18 to 20 May 2022 in a stream on

7th April 2022

Races and Rules 2024 are published

CYBATHLON officially starts the Road to 2024: In May the first CYBATHLON Challenges will take place and now the Races and Rules for the upcoming period until 2024 have been published.

1st April 2022

More uncertainty and variability in the new CYBATHLON competition

The new Races and Rules for the CYBATHLON period up until 2024 will be published in early April. Why does CYBATHLON organise a competition for people with disabilities and how will this competition be further developed in line with the changing needs of people with disabilities? CYBATHLON Head of Competition Lukas Jäger has answers.

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