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    Paralympic Games.«OneWorld-OneDream»

    Introductory Today, the Paralympics are elite sport events for athletes with a disability. They emphasize, however, the participants' athletic achievements rather than their disability. The movement has grown dramatically since its first days. The number of athletes participating in Summer Paralympic Games has increased from 400 athletes from 23 countries in Rome in 1960 to 3,951 athletes from 146 countries in Beijing in 2008.

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    History of games

    Onthedayoftheopeningofthe1948 SummerOlympicsinLondon, Dr. LudwigGuttmannofStokeMandevilleHospitalorganisedasportscompetitionforBritishWorldWar IIveteranpatientswithspinalcordinjuries. Thegameswereheldagainatthesamelocationin 1952, andDutchveteranstookpartalongsidetheBritish, makingitthefirstinternationalcompetitionofitskind. TheseStokeMandevilleGameshavebeendescribedastheprecursorsoftheParalympicGames. TheParalympicsweresubsequentlyofficialisedasaquadrennialeventtiedtotheOlympicGames, andthefirstofficialParalympicGames, nolongeropensolelytowarveterans, wereheldinRomein 1960.AttheToronto 1976 Gamesothergroupsofathleteswithdifferentdisabilitieswerealsoincluded.

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    Sir Philip Craven President of the International Paralympic Committee states, “The paralympic movement inspires people both with and without a disability to interact in the same global family, enjoy equal social rights and build a harmonious world together. The Paralympic Games continue to evolve with time. They give a chance for disabled athletes all over the world to come together and compete for the same thing, to strive for the best. The Paralympics offer hope, but more importantly a chance to take action. They hold no limits or boundaries only never ending possibilities for athletes all over the world.

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    Summer sports

    Archery Athletics (track and field) Boccia Cycling Equestrian Football 5-a-side Football 7-a-side Goalball Judo Powerlifting Rowing Sailing Shooting Swimming Table Tennis Volleyball (sitting) Wheelchair basketball Wheelchair fencing Wheelchair rugby Wheelchair tennis

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    Wheelchair basketball

    Wheelchair Basketball was originally developed by World War II veterans in the USA in 1945/1946. The sport has developed worldwide and was introduced to the Paralympic Programme in Rome in 1960. It is one of the most popular sports in the Paralympic Games. It is designed for athletes who have a physical disability that prevents running, jumping and pivoting. Wheelchair Basketball is open to male or female athletes and is played by two teams of five players each. Depending on their functional abilities a point value from 0.5 (most severely disabled) to 4.5 is given to each player. Five players out of 12 from each team are on the court during playtime and throughout the game the total point value of each team must not exceed 14 points.

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    The Volleyball (sitting) event was introduced at the Arnhem 1980 Paralympics. Volleyball is governed by the World Organization for Volleyball for the Disabled (WOVD). In 2009, there are athletes from more than 50 countries practicing the sport. A high level of teamwork, skill, strategy and intensity is needed in Volleyball. Each team's goal is to pass the ball over the net and to touch the ball on the ground of the opposing team's side. Male and female athletes with a physical disability are eligible to participate and must fulfil the conditions of a minimum degree of disability

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    Wheelchair Tennis

    Wheelchair Tennis appeared for the first time on the Paralympic Programme in Barcelona in 1992. It originated from the USA in the 1970s and continues to develop a strong following of players and fans internationally. The game follows able-bodied Tennis rules and athletes must have high levels of skill, fitness and strategy. The only difference in Wheelchair Tennis competitions is that the ball is allowed to bounce two times - the first bounce being within the bounds of the court. Athletes must have a permanent substantial or total loss of function in one or both legs. For the quad division the eligibility criteria require that a player has a disability in three or more limbs. The events are singles (between two players) and doubles (between two pairs). The winner of a match is the first athlete or pair to win two sets.

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    Football 5-a-side Football 7-a-side

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    Archery Athletics (track and field) Boccia Cycling Equestrian Wheelchair tennis

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    Judo Powerlifting Rowing Sailing Shooting Swimming Table Tennis Wheelchair fencing

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    Winter sports

    Alpine skiing Ice sledge hockey Nordic skiing Biathlon Cross-country skiing Wheelchair curling

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    Alpine skiing Nordic skiing Biathlon Cross-country skiing

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    Ice sledge hockey Wheelchair curling

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    We are proud of them!!!

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    Alexander Svetov-Nevolin He is a champion of the world,Russia and Europe in swimming.He was born in1988,in Rostov region.

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    Team Russia in Paralympic games

    Team Russia was second in the team event, winning 38 medals - 12 gold, 16 silver and 10 bronze. The winning team in Germany due to a larger number of gold medals (13-5-6). Third place was awarded to Team Canada (10-5-4), fourth - Slovakia (6-2-3), fifth - Ukraine (5-8-6), the sixth - the United States (4-5-4). As the total number of awards were the first Russians confidently, updating a national record at Paralympics (38). Earlier, more than 33 awards of our compatriots not conquered. Second in the ranking were Germans (24), third - Canadians and Ukrainians (and 19).

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    Most award from the Russians at the Paralympics began Irek Zaripov, who won four gold and one silver in ski racing and biathlon. Three gold in the asset Cyril Michałowo, two - Anna Burmistrova and Sergey Shilov.

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    The Olympic Games are one of the most striking examples of world’s progress and humanism. The Olympic Games in Sochi give Russia an excellent opportunity to reveal to the world our best qualities and perspectives

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