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Par·a·lym·pic Games

An international competition for athletes with disabilities.

Par′a·lym′pi·an adj. & n.


(Individual Sports, other than specified) a competitor in the Paralympics
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The squad is completed by Rio Paralympian Jack Hunter-Spivey and 17-year-OLDWELSHMAN Josh Stacey, who took team gold and singles bronze on his international debut in Belgium in October.
A 2016 Rio de Janeiro Paralympian, Coryell (La Crosse, Wis.
One of her subjects was Grace Bunke, a paralympian who recovered from bone cancer at 11.
Assistant Minister Prentice MP said Mr Alcott, also 2016 Paralympian of the Year, is a remarkable young Australian who exemplifies what IDPwD represents.
Inset, winners Rhea Kara and Paralympian Ellie Simmonds WRIGHT STUFF Nikki with Mark at the after-party
On behalf of the BPA, Paralympian Stephen Miller collected the cheque from Lookers Nissan Gateshead general manager Peter Waugh.
Meanwhile, a huge well done to all our Paralympian medalists.
It may help explain why the successful Paralympian excels.
Nissan-sponsored athletes include heptathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson, rower Kat Copeland, Scots running pair Lynsey Sharp and Eilish McColgan, Paralympian wheelchair racer David Weir, swimmer Amy Marren and athlete Richard Whitehead.
Stephen Johnson, 14, who was paralysed from the waist down and had dreams of becoming a Paralympian, died on Saturday after suffering a heart attack as a result of a bowel infection.
June Steenkamp, 69, hit out after a bid for the Blade Runner paralympian to be released, only ten months into a five-year sentence for killing model Reeva, 29.
Bridgend-born Paralympian athlete Nathan Stephens also attended the presentation to support the work of the club and meet some of the young athletes.