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  • 1. Created By: Fadhila Iswi Deandra19 Junior High School Jakarta
  • 2. What’s Paralympic? Paralympic games are an international multi-sport event where the athletes are people with aphysical disability. The explanation for the name "Paralympic" isthat it derives from the Greek prepositionπαρά, pará ("beside" or "alongside”) and thus refersto a competition held in parallel with the OlympicGames. The categories of that allowed to compete areamputee, Cerebral Palsy, intellectual disability,wheelchair, visually impaired, and others (except:warfism, multiple sclerosis and congenitaldeformities)
  • 3. History The first organized athletic event for disabledathletes that coincided with the Olympic Gamestook place on the day of the opening of the 1948Summer Olympics in London, United Kingdom.Dr. Ludwig Guttmann of Stoke MandevilleHospital hosted a sports competition forBritish World War II veteran patients with spinalcord injuries. The first games were calledthe 1948 International Wheelchair Games, andwere intended to coincide with the 1948 Olympics. These early competitions, also known as theStoke Mandeville Games, have been described as
  • 4. Mascots Of Paralympic 2012 Mandeville The name Mandeville, given after a village in Buckinghamshire where a forerunner to the Paralympic Games were first held. There are two stories have been created about the mascots: Out Of A Rainbow, the story of how Wenlock (Olympic Games mascots) and Mandeville came to be, and Adventures On A Rainbow, which features the children from Out Of A Rainbow meeting the mascots and trying out many different Olympic and
  • 5. Logo Of Paralympic 2012
  • 6. Sports Of Paralympic GamesPower Volley Wheelch Shootin WheelchLifting Ball air g air Rugby Fencing
  • 7. Sports Of Paralympic GamesArche Athle Table Cycling Sailing Tennis ry tics
  • 8. Sports Of Paralympic GamesFootb Footb Rowing Judo Swimmi all all ng(7-a- (5-a-side) side)
  • 9. Sports Of Paralympic GamesWheelch Goalb Boccia Equestr Wheelch air ian air Tennis all Basketba ll
  • 10. Participating Nations There Are:Canada New ZealandFiji PolandAustralia SamoaFrance Solomon IslandsGermany SwedenGreat Britain TongaItaly TurkeyLithuania United StatesNetherlands Vanuatu It’s such a pity that Indonesia isn’t compete in this major event. Maybe next time we’ll try! Hope so! xx
  • 11. Values Of Paralympic Friendship: Enter a massive Internationalevent like this will increase our friend allaround the world. It’s good to have manyfriends Courage: with their disabilities, it take a lotof nerve to show up without feelingembarrassed and do normal people things.Especially, the sports. Determination: Determination is a drive toprove oneself against all odds. Theparticipants must have it, or else, they all will
  • 12. “All sports for all people.” - Pierre de Coubertin
  • 13. Terima Kasih! (Thank You!)