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     Welcome to Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games
Lifting heads high and bearing smiles, the Singapore team entered the Team Welcome arena under a moving atmosphere, as songs on unity and human excellence sung by celebrities such as Andy Lau and A-Mei played melodiously in the background.
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     Paralympic Order Recipients 2008 Honoured (Media)
Bonn, Germany - The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) honoured the recipients of the 2008 Paralympic Order last week as the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games came to a close. This year, the Paralympic Order was given to several people for their commitment to the success of the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games in the Chinese capital on 18 September.
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     Goh overtaken by strong contenders in Water Cube (Media)
Tears fell unashamedly as Theresa Goh Rui Si finished in fourth placing at the 100m Breaststroke (SB4) finals this evening.
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     Channel 5 to broadcast Paralympic Games highlights and Opening, Closing Ceremonies
For the first time, the Paralympic Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies will be shown on Singapore TV. Singapore audiences will also have a chance to watch Paralympians in action in a daily highlights show from 6 pm to 7 pm daily till next Wednesday, 17th September 2008.
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As thousands of people watched on at the competition arena in Shatin, Hongkong, tonight, Singapore rider Laurentia Tan strutted ‘Nothing to Lose’ confidently through an Oriental melody, despite her inability to hear the music. She skillfully maneuvered Harvey through a course of shouldering, walking and trotting, impressing judges to a 70.167% finish, successfully gaining Singapore its second bronze medal at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.
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     YouTube Channel of ParalympicSport.TV Breaking Records (Media)
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) is proud to announce that the first edition of ParalympicSport.TV’s news-show “SIXTY Seconds” reached more than 600,000 viewers in just two days on the YouTube Channel
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     Singapore sailors, rider and wheelchair racer - races on in all three venues tomorrow (Media)
Tomorrow will be a long day of excitement for Singapore in all three venues of the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.
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Laurentia Tan Yen-Yi has finished her Grade 1a Individual Championship Test this evening, emerging as BRONZE MEDALIST and Singapore’s 1st Paralympic medalist!
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     Jovin Tan and Desiree Lim finishes Day 1’s races in 7th placing (Media)
The 2-Person Keelboat (SKUD18) events of the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games took off today under partially cloudy skies, which had the first race postponed for over 2 hours till skies turned for the better.
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     Theresa Goh comes in 6th in 100m Free S5 Women, breaking personal best and national record (Media)
Theresa Goh emerged sixth in the finals of 100m Free (S5) Women event, held this evening at the National Aquatic Centre, Beijing, China. The event was the first for the Singapore team, and the first of four events which Goh is competing in.
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     Goh enters finals for 100m Free (S5) Women (Media)
The first Paralympic race for Singapore is on tonight, as swimmer Theresa Goh will be competing in the finals of the 100m Free (S5) Women event.
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     Live coverage of Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games on internet TV! (Media)
Today, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has been officially confirmed that a minimum of eight hours per day of live commentated coverage of the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games will be broadcasted on IPC’s internet TV channel ParalympicSport.TV.
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