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  1. The Triumph of the Human Spirit The Atlanta Paralympic Experience
  2. 1968 in Athletics (Track and Field): Athletics at the 1968 Summer Paralympics, Athletics at the 1968 Summer Olympics, 1968 European Indoor Games
  3. 1996 Summer Paralympics Events: Athletics at the 1996 Summer Paralympics, Swimming at the 1996 Summer Paralympics
  4. 1992 in Alpine Skiing: 1992 Alpine Skiing World Cup, Alpine Skiing at the 1992 Winter Olympics, Alpine Skiing at the 1992 Winter Paralympics
  5. Paralympic Swimmers of Australia: Matthew Cowdrey
  6. 2004 in Iran: Iran at the 2004 Summer Paralympics, Fiba Asia Under-20 Championship 2004, Iran Pro League 2004-05, Iran Pro League 2003-04
  7. 1988 in Iran: Iran Air Flight 655, 1988 Executions of Iranian Political Prisoners, Iran at the 1988 Summer Paralympics
  8. Paralympic Swimmers of Great Britain: David Roberts, Sascha Kindred, Matt Walker, Nyree Lewis, Jody Cundy, Margaret Maughan, James Anderson
  9. 1976 Summer Paralympics Events: Athletics at the 1976 Summer Paralympics, Swimming at the 1976 Summer Paralympics
  10. 2008 in Saudi Arabia: Al-Shabab 2007-2008 Season, Saudi Arabia at the 2008 Summer Olympics, Saudi Arabia at the 2008 Summer Paralympics
  11. Paralympic Silver Medalists for the United States: Trischa Zorn, Erin Popovich, Jean Driscoll, Katie Compton, David Wagner, Marla Runyan
  12. Paralympic Bronze Medalists for Australia: Matthew Cowdrey, Kingsley Bugarin, Kieran Modra, Alex Harris, Marayke Jonkers, Christopher Scott
  13. Paralympic Competitors for China: Paralympic Athletes of China, Paralympic Swimmers of China, Paralympic Table Tennis Players of China
  14. Operational Assessment of Paralympics Transit System: Low-Floor Buses, Lift-Equipped Buses, and Signage by David Spiller, Lawrence Labell, 1997-05

21. Deutsche Olympische Gesellschaft
Die Deutsche Olympische Gesellschaft stellt allgemeine und aktuelle Informationen bereit.
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„Ich will aufs Treppchen“ - Ein voller Erfolg!
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22. Paralympics | Buzzle.com
paralympics paralympics are something like Olympics. However, paralymipc games are sports events for people with physical or visionbased disabilities.
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Paralympics are something like Olympics. However, paralymipc games are sports events for people with physical or vision-based disabilities. The first paralympic games were held in Rome in 1960. Read about it in the articles below.
The International Blind Sports Federation

Visual impairments need not prevent people from participating in sports, and the IBSF ensures that they are represented.
Woods Silver Brings Hundred Up for Britain

Britain have won their 100th medal of the Games after Shelly Woods took silver in the 1500m
Bushell and Simpson Put Century in Sight

A silver medal for Mickey Bushell and bronze for Hazel Simpson has taken Britain closer to 100th medal
The Triumph of the Paralympics is Making Sport the Focus

Eddie Butler: There is something about the refusal to give up that puts the preciousness of a fairly large portion of able-bodied sports people to shame
Roberts Wins His 10th Paralympics Gold After Pool Success

Great Britain added to their medal tally on another successful day at the Beijing Paralympics Paralympics: Raynsford and Aggar Secure Inaugural Rowing Golds for Britain Team GB's Helene Raynsford won gold in the single sculls, making her the first winner of a rowing medal in Paralympic history

23. Paralympics - The Official Website Of The Beijing 2008 Olympic Games
The Official Website of the Games of the XXIX Olympiad
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The Official Website of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 8-24 2008

24. Paralympics
The Paralympic Games is an international competition among each nation’s elite athletes with physical disabilities and is second in size only to the Olympic Games. The
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  • Former USA Swimming National Team Coordinator and U.S. Paralympics National Team Manager and Coach Jimi Flowers was honored today as the 2009 Disability Swimming Coach of the Year at the Aquatic Sports Convention in Chicago. Flowers is receiving the award following his passing in early July of this year. zSB(3,3)
    Melissa Stockwell Represents Team USA as Flag Bearer for the Closing Ceremonies
    American swimmer Melissa Stockwell has been selected by the US delegation as flag bearer for the closing ceremonies of the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games. Stockwell, who lost her left leg to a roadside bomb while serving in Iraq, is the first veteran injured in Iraq to compete on the US Paralympic Swimming Team.
    2008 Beijing Paralympic Games Classification System for Paralympians
    The 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games are September 6 through 17. The Paralympics use the same venues as the Olympics, so the backdrops for the events will look familiar to anyone that followed the 2008 Beijing Olympics. The foreground - the athletes - may look quite different. Paralymians compete based on a classification system.
    2008 Beijing Paralympics Games Swimming
    A FINA standard eight-lane 50m pool is required for competition at the Paralympic Games. Events are conducted as heats for eight competitors per class and with the fastest eight swimmers per class competing in the finals.

    25. The Official Channel 4 Paralympics Site For London 2012 Paralympic Games.
    paralympics, London, London 2012, 2012, Paralympic Games, disability sport, sport, Channel 4, Zone, Public Zone
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    26. Team WinWard
    A two-person SKUD 18 team campaigning for the 2012 paralympics.
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    As we crossed the finish line we immediately headed over to our coach to find out who was over...and it was Jen and JP. So our second become a first, but we would have won either way.   After a good start in the last race we had the entire fleet pinned to the left and instead of ruining the other teams chance to place we tacked off and sailed off on our own. We popped the kite and headed back down to get much needed dock space, foregoing the rest of the race. So once again it was a great regatta.  We got a first at the first world cup event of 2010 and we our first on the US Sailing team. More firsts to come!
    The week also started well as Scott and I received the US Sailing Team Alphagraphics team of the year. This was a huge honor and we were the first to get a Charlie Leighton, Executive Director of US Sailing, bobble head. Very cool.
    We are off to St.Pete for a couple more weeks of training and sailing, we will keep you posted and thanks for reading.
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    After an impressive second place finish at the 2008 trials and a silver medal at the Qingdao Test Event, the team of Scott Whitman and Julia Dorsett have decided to continue on to 2012!   Our goal is to win the US Paralympic Trails and represent the USA at the 2012 Paralympic Games, in Weymouth, England. We will start training and racing this winter in Miami. Stay up to date with our blogs.

    27. Paralympics — Infoplease.com
    Summer Olympics memorable moments of paralympics The paralympics are the secondlargest sports competition in the world, after the Olympics; the 2004 Summer Games included
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    28. The 2010 Paralympic Winter Games In Whistler BC Canada 1.800.WHISTLER
    The Paralympic Games March 1221, 2010. As the first ever Paralympic Games to be held on Canadian soil, the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games will be remembered for their incredible
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    The Paralympic Games
    March 12-21, 2010
    As the first ever Paralympic Games to be held on Canadian soil, the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games will be remembered for their incredible athleticism, inclusiveness and sense of camraderie among the athletes, visitors and residents of Whistler. Canada broke records with a whopping 19 medals, 10 of them gold. Paralympic competitions that took place in Whistler included alpine skiing, cross-country skiing and biathlon. The Closing Ceremony wrapped up at Whistler Medals Plaza and the Paralympic flag was handed over to Russia, home of the next Paralympic Winter Games in 2014.
    Paralympic Alpine Skiing
    Experience the thrill of watching Paralympic alpine skiers race down Whistler Mountain at speeds of more than 100 kilometres per hour while travelling down a vertical drop that ranges from 120 to 800 metres. Their athleticism and commitment is truly inspiring. Alpine skiing events include Downhill, Super-G, Giant slalom, Slalom and Super Combined. Location: Whistler Creekside For more information, see Vancouver2010.com

    29. ParalympicsGB - Leading Paralympic Sport In The UK
    The British Paralympic Association, now known as paralympicsGB, is responsible for selecting, preparing, entering, funding and managing Britain' s teams at the Paralympic Games and
    http://www.paralympics.org.uk/default.asp
    Fast find ... Jobs Library Parasport Features Jump to Seach News Headlines Whiley wins women's singles at Nottingham Indoor
    GB team for World Wheelchair Fencing Championships Announced
    Simpson lands title double at Sitia Open Jewitt and Hunt scoop Cardiff titles Feature Item: Paralympians' Club The Paralympians' Club is a new club set up by ParalympicsGB, open exclusively for all those who have represented Great Britain at a Paralympic Games. The club will provide benefits to members and an area for former team-mates to reunite, alongside the opportunity to raise the profile of British Paralympians' among the public. Have you competed at a Paralympic Games? Click here to join the club and create your own profile page. Poll Which of the following British performances at the BT Paralympic World Cup was your favourite?
    GB men's Wheelchair Basketball defeating Canada 53-24 to take the gold
    GB swimmers setting an incredible four new World Records in the pool, led by Ellie Simmonds
    Four gold medals won by GB athletes on the track and field, including Stephen Miller's first ever Paralympic World Cup gold

    30. Home - The Official Website Of The Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games
    dream lives on though the flame fades • Athletics Review New world records set in Paralympic Marathon • Table Tennis Overall Review China tops Table Tennis tally in paralympics
    http://en.paralympic.beijing2008.cn/index.shtml
    The Official Website of the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games September 6-17, 2008 September 6 - 17, 2008 Beijing Olympic Games Official Website
    Perfect ending with 'A Letter to the Future'
    As the curtain dropped signaling the end of the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games, fans were left with a deep impression of an almost tangible "Letter to the Future," encompassing many hopes for the years to come. Full Coverage Photo Gallery
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    31. Paralympics — FactMonster.com
    Summer Olympics memorable moments of paralympics The paralympics are the secondlargest sports competition in the world, after the Olympics; nearly 4,000 athletes from over 150
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    The Paralympics are the second-largest sports competition in the world, after the Olympics; nearly 4,000 athletes from over 150 nations will compete in the 2008 Summer Games. They include athletes with spinal cord injuries; amputated limbs; blindness or other visual impairments; cerebral palsy; mental handicaps; and various other disabilities, including multiple sclerosis and dwarfism. The Paralympics are coordinated by the International Paralympic Committee, founded in 1989 (succeeding several committees that had existed before then), which is the only international organization representing all sports and disabilities. Like the Olympics, the Paralympics are a competition of people with the highest athletic ability. They should not be confused with the Special Olympics, which are open to all children and adults with intellectual disabilities, no matter what their levels of athletic ability are.

    32. CNNSI.com From CNN And Sports Illustrated
    'The carnival is over' 2000 paralympics come to a close with celebration Sydney said goodbye to the paralympics on Sunday night, marking the final close to seven years of work in
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    2000 Paralympics come to a close with celebration
    Sydney said goodbye to the Paralympics on Sunday night, marking the final close to seven years of work in staging the best Olympic and Paralympic Games ever. With the athletes celebrating and video screens showing montages of the best moments from the Games, the closing ceremonies of the 11th Paralympic Games were a fitting finish to the competition. FULL STORY 2000 Paralympics Medal Count Day at a Glance: One final day 10 Questions: John Bishop Despite controversy, Games a great success As the 2000 Paralympics draw to a close, the praise has begun to rain down on the Games. FULL STORY Court upholds decision to strip shot putter of gold Yadvendra Vashishta was disqualified for competing in the wrong class in the shot put.

    33. Paralympics
    The 2000 Paralympic Games will be held Oct. 1829 in Sydney, Australia. The Games will follow the Olympic Games and use many of the same venues.
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    The 2000 Paralympic Games will be held Oct. 18-29 in Sydney, Australia. The Games will follow the Olympic Games and use many of the same venues. More than 5,000 athletes from 124 countries are expected to compete and 1,500 media representatives are expected to attend. The United States will have approximately 400 delegates in Sydney. If numbers do not change, the Sydney Games will have the largest participation in Paralympic history. (Atlanta hosted more than 4,000 athletes from 118 countries.) Organisation The Paralympics are recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and governed and sanctioned by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), a member organisation of the IOC. International Federations (IFs), under IPC jurisdiction, represent 5 disability groups and provide the technical guidelines through sports technical delegates for classification criteria to the Paralympics. International Paralympic Committee The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) currently resides in Brugge, Belgium, and is similar to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in form and function. It is an international non-profit organisation established for the purpose of governing and developing the world's elite disabled athletes and The Paralympic Games. English is the IPCs primary language. The IPC is formally recognised and funded, in part, by the International Olympic Committee. The IPC presides over five international federations representing 130 countries and 10,000,000 athletes worldwide.

    34. Paralympics - Definition And More From The Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
    Definition of word from the MerriamWebster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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    35. Paralympics New Zealand
    21 Oct 2010 paralympics New Zealand Team Selected for IPC Athletics World Championships The ninemember paralympics New Zealand team for the 2011 IPC Athletics World
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    Talent Identification Classification ... Athlete Forms COACHES PNZ Coaches Coach Conference Coach Opportunities Coach Resources ... Coach Forms ABOUT PNZ History Order of Merit Annual Reports Contact Us PARTNERS M embers ParaFeds Sponsors ... Links 01 Nov 2010 McBride into Final at the World Rowing Championships New Zealand adaptive rower Danny McBride has won the second heat of the mens single sculls at the World Rowing Championships which are being held at Lake Karapiro. To read more click here 30 Oct 2010 Adaptive Rowing at the 2010 World Rowing Championships Adaptive rowing first appeared at the World Rowing Championships in 2002 and since then it has grown from its infancy to a well-represented, five event sector of the championships. This year 92 athletes from 19 nations are taking part, with the arms-shoulders mens single sculls (ASM1x) having the most entries at 12. To read more click here 28 Oct 2010 The New Zealand Para Table Tennis Open were held in Auckland between the 22 - 25 October 2010. Seventeen players (12 from New Zealand and 5 from Australia) competed in the singles, doubles and teams events. The tournament also included a Trans Tasman Series in the Standing Class, which was won by Australia 8-2.

    36. Deutscher Behinderten-Sportverband E.V.
    Auf dem Portal des DSB wird ber die paralympics Athen 2004 berichtet, dazu werden weiterf hrende Links angeboten.
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    37. Paralympics | Define Paralympics At Dictionary.com
    –plural noun an international competition for physically disabled athletes. Use paralympics in a Sentence See images of paralympics Search paralympics on the Web Also called
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    Es wird ber die paralympics 2004 berichtet. Zu finden sind eine Bildergalerie, H rproben und Hintergrundinformationen.
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    39. Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games - The British Paralympic Association
    This area of the website, specially dedicated to our Winter Sports, will tell you everything you need to know about the Winter paralympics including news and results from the
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    40. EdGate Summer Games
    paralympics. This year Athens welcomes athletes with physical disabilities to the 2004 Paralympic Games, which
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    Paralympics This year Athens welcomes athletes with physical disabilities to the 2004 Paralympic Games , which will be held the 17th through 28th of September. The Paralympics Games have evolved into the second largest major sporting event in the world! It is surpassed in size only by the Olympic Games. The term "paralympics" actually means "next to" or "parallel" to the regular Olympic Games. International Paralympic Committee is "Spirit in Motion." EdGate invites you to join us in celebrating and learning about this exciting event. Click a link to
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