After two power-packed days of cutting through the water at the Manchester Aquatics Centre in Great Britain, athletes in Swimming marched up to the podium to celebrate their victories and close out the 2009 BT Paralympic World Cup.
The Singapore Disabilty Sports Council celebrated its 37th annivesary today with a small gathering of staff and Executive Committee members. It was an informal affair that saw staff and board members celebrating the day in good light.
The Sport Science and Classification Committees both met in Bonn, Germany, last week to discuss various topics ranging from VISTA 2011, to the importance of a single approach of classification in the Paralympic Movement.
Liverpool FC fan, dancer, graphic design extraordinaire. These are just some of the many names that Adam Kamis has been known as. Perhaps the one name that is firmly in his sights now is that of “National Athlete”
Competing in their first international test since the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games, a total of 174 Paralympic medallists from around the world will be looking to continue the impressive form they showed in China as they arrive to compete at the 2009 BT Paralympic World Cup in Manchester, Great Britain.
Bonn, Germany - The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) yesterday announced the creation of the IPC Academy, an initiative of the IPC in partnership with the World Academy of Sport in Manchester, Great Britain.