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    • PARALYMPIC GAMES GUILLEM LLORET & ALBERT MARTÍNEZ
    • PARALYMPIC GAMES
      • “ THE MICHAEL PHELPS BLIND”:
      • HE IS ENHAMMED ENHAMMED,
      • THE WINNER IN THE 50 METER
      • FREE WITH A TIME OF 25,82
      • SECONDS. HE WINS THE METAL
      • AT 14 YEARS OLD.
    • PARALYMPIC GAMES
      • EVIDENCE OF 1,500 METERS. IN 1964, IT TOUCHED A TOKYO (JAPAN) ORGANIZATION OF THE PARALYMPICS GAMES. ON THIS OCCASION, INTRODUCED THE FIRST PARALYMPICS POWER LIFTING SPORT AS A MALE. SPAIN, NEITHER WAS PRESENT AT THESE SECOND GAMES.
    • PARALYMPIC GAMES
      • SPAIN MEDALS OF PARALYMPIC GAMES (BEIJING 2008)
      • DISCIPLINE GOLD SILVER BRONZE TOTAL
      • ATHLETICS 1 1 5 7
      • BOCC 1 0 1 2 3
      • CYCLING 3 5 3 11
      • FENCING 0 0 0 0
      • FUTSAL 0 0 0 0
      • Goalball 0 0 0 0
      • Weightlifting 0 0 0 0
      • JUDO 1 1 1 3
      • SWIMMING 10 12 9 31
      • REMO 0 0 0 0
      • ARCHERY 0 0 0 0
      • TENNIS 0 0 0 0
      • SHOOTING OLYMPIC 0 0 0 0
      • TABLE TENNIS 0 1 2 3
      • SAIL 0 0 0 0
      • TOTALS 15 21 22 58
    • PARALYMPIC GAMES
      • THIS IS “NIDO”,
      • THE NAME OF THE
      • PARALYMPIC
      • GAMES STADIUM
    • PARALYMPIC GAMES
      • THIS IS THE ESPANISH
      • TEAM (BEIJING 2008).
    • PARALYMPIC GAMES
      • THIS IS THE EMBLEM OF
      • PARALYMPIC GAMES
      • (BEIJING 2008).
    • PARALYMPIC GAMES HISTORY IN 1948, SIR LUDWIG GUTTMANN ORGANIZED A SPORTS COMPETITION INVOLVING WORLD WAR II VETERANS WITH A SPINAL CORD INJURY IN STOKE MANDEVILLE, ENGLAND. FOUR YEARS LATER, COMPETITORS FROM THE NETHERLANDS JOINED THE GAMES AND AN INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT WAS BORN. OLYMPIC STYLE GAMES FOR ATHLETES WITH A DISABILITY WERE ORGANIZED FOR THE FIRST TIME IN ROME IN 1960, NOW CALLED PARALYMPICS.
    • PARALYMPIC GAMES HISTORY
      • IN TORONTO IN 1976, OTHER DISABILITY GROUPS WERE ADDED AND THE IDEA OF MERGING TOGETHER DIFFERENT DISABILITY GROUPS FOR INTERNATIONAL SPORT COMPETITIONS WAS BORN. IN THE SAME YEAR, THE FIRST PARALYMPIC WINTER GAMES TOOK PLACE IN SWEDEN.
      • TODAY, THE PARALYMPICS ARE ELITE SPORT EVENTS FOR ATHLETES FROM SIX DIFFERENT DISABILITY GROUPS. THEY EMPHASIZE, HOWEVER, THE PARTICIPANTS' ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS RATHER THAN THEIR DISABILITY.
    • PARALYMPIC GAMES HISTORY
      • 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 3806 ATHLETES FROM 136 COUNTRIES IN ATHENS IN 2004.
    • PARALYMPIC GAMES HISTORY
      • THE PARALYMPIC GAMES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN HELD IN THE SAME YEAR AS THE OLYMPIC GAMES. SINCE THE SEOUL 1988 PARALYMPIC GAMES AND THE ALBERTVILLE 1992 WINTER PARALYMPIC GAMES THEY HAVE ALSO TAKEN PLACE AT THE SAME VENUES AS THE OLYMPICS. ON 19 JUNE 2001, AN AGREEMENT WAS SIGNED BETWEEN IOC AND IPC SECURING THIS PRACTICE FOR THE FUTURE.