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The future is bright for IPC Alpine Skiing The sport of para-alpine skiing has an extremely bright future thanks to the number of youngsters competing at major international competitions and winning medals /news/future-bright-ipc-alpine-skiing /sites/default/files/images/20140424/140313200042137_478370011.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Third IPC Athletics Grand Prix of 2014 starts Thursday The third stage of the IPC Athletics Grand Prix series gets underway on Thursday (April 24) with the II Caixa Loterias Athletics Open Championships in Sao Paulo, Brazil. /news/third-ipc-athletics-grand-prix-2014-starts-thursday /sites/default/files/images/20140423/130128105617216_160096676.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Berlin to play host to 600 leading swimmers this week Around 600 swimmers from 30 countries are set to compete in the 28th Internationale Deutsche Meisterschaft /news/berlin-play-host-600-leading-swimmers-week /sites/default/files/images/20140423/120511134911142_C4IPCSwimm110706-059.mainpicture_612.JPG
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Andy Avellana jumps from athletics to para-triathlon The Filipino is looking to win the PT2 class at the upcoming Para-Triathlon Asian Championships. /news/andy-avellana-jumps-athletics-para-triathlon /sites/default/files/images/140423091639464_151201957.mainpicture_612.jpg
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First 14 entries named for Roland Garros The world’s top-ranked players Sabine Ellerbrock and Shingo Kunieda will both try to contest Roland Garros titles in June. /news/first-14-entries-named-roland-garros /sites/default/files/images/20140422/130702092939373_Sabine%2BEllerbrock%2Bcredit%2BLuc%2BPercival.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Athletes from 16 countries gear up for Sao Paulo Around 430 leading athletes, including 110 from 15 countries outside of Brazil, will be in Sao Paulo this week (24-26 April) to compete in the Open Brasil Caixa Loterias Athletics and Swimming competitions. /news/athletes-16-countries-gear-sao-paulo /sites/default/files/images/20140422/130725194831328_9351538047_2645de4a92_z_1.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Othman aiming to punch above his weight Egyptian powerlifter Sherif Othman has vowed that he will complete the same lifts as when he competed in a higher weight category, and believes he can set the bar incredibly high at the 2014 IPC Powerlifting World Championships. /feature/othman-aiming-punch-above-his-weight /sites/default/files/images/20130228/120131105742774_82772837.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Japanese powerlifters have one eye on Tokyo 2020 A delegation of eight powerlifters are in Dubai for the 2014 IPC Powerlifting World Championships, looking to show their potential for development ahead of their home Paralympic Games in 2020. /feature/japanese-powerlifters-have-one-eye-tokyo-2020 /sites/default/files/images/140402221037853_Hideki%2BOdo.mainpicture_612.jpg
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From volunteer to professional ChangeMaker ChangeMakers: Namibian Ambrose Trust Mutongomanya was inspired by his experience of volunteering within para-sport to make a difference through his company when in full-time work. /feature/volunteer-professional-changemaker /sites/default/files/images/140331221748877_20130216_135035.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Ghana ChangeMaker helps parents, children through sport Francis Amedor from the Ghana Society for the Physically Disabled has helped to establish new projects, in partnership with the Danish Paralympic Committee, which have helped children and their parents not only to play sport but with equipment, legal rights and equality for people with impairments. /feature/ghana-changemaker-helps-parents-children-through-sport /sites/default/files/images/20140331/140331220306471_BAAS.mainpicture_612.JPG
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Sport fights discrimination in Zimbabwe An innovative project, Sport 4 Socialisation, uses sport to break down barriers and perceptions of ability in Zimbabwe. /feature/sport-fights-discrimination-zimbabwe /sites/default/files/images/140331115819362_SAM_0182.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Football gives Vietnamese youth ‘confidence, strength’ ChangeMakers: Ngo Huu Ky Phong shows how an accessible football project is helping Vietnamese children to develop skills as well as character. /feature/football-gives-vietnamese-youth-confidence-strength /sites/default/files/images/20140331/140331113811356_3.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Ali Jawad: Stuck on an island with Paralympians Leading up to the IPC Powerlifting World Championships, the British lifter highlights five of his favourite Paralympians. /blog/ali-jawad-stuck-island-paralympians /sites/default/files/images/140324115209285_1514534_1454088421478937_695240695_n.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Elizabeth Broad: Five nutrition tips for powerlifters The author of ‘Sports Nutrition for Paralympic Athletes’ explains how para-powerlifters can get the most out of their nutrition. /blog/elizabeth-broad-five-nutrition-tips-powerlifters /sites/default/files/images/120903182142740_Tzu-Hui%2BLin%2B.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Rob Richardson: Can Brits pick up first winter Paralympic gold? It’s time to inspire the next generation of winter Paralympians in Great Britain, and thus making the podium is more important than ever. /blog/rob-richardson-can-brits-pick-first-winter-paralympic-gold /sites/default/files/images/20131202/130116100155434_Kelly%2BGallagher%2BCredit%2BNicolas%2BNEREAU.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Per Kasperi: If I were stuck on an island … The Swedish ice sledge hockey player had a little fun picking out the five teammates he would choose to be with if he were stuck on an island. /blog/kasperi-if-i-were-stuck-island /sites/default/files/images/131211153922738_GERvSWE_Torino2013_IS_Hockey00091.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Jason Maroney: Project build-me-a-shooting-range Australian shooter is making big changes to his training set-up ahead of the 2014 World Championships, as well as adjusting to life in a new chair, which at times can lead to unexpected consequences. /blog/jason-maroney-project-build-me-shooting-range /sites/default/files/images/140217103357206_4.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Ali Jawad: Heading to Worlds Rocky Balboa style Great Britain’s Ali Jawad shares why he considers himself a massive underdog heading into April’s IPC Powerlifting World Championships. /blog/ali-jawad-heading-worlds-rocky-balboa-style /sites/default/files/images/20131028/130412091221365_124033028.mainpicture_612.jpg
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