Paralympic Winter Games
7-16 March

Sochi 2014 special edition of The Paralympian now online

Plan your daily viewing schedule for the Sochi 2014 Paralympics with the latest edition of the IPC’s Paralympian magazine. 24 Feb 2014
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The Paralympian’s feature story explores how visually impaired athletes first got involved in their respective sports, telling the tales of Slovakian alpine skier Jakub Krako and Brazilian sprinter Terezinha Guilhermina.

The Sochi 2014 special preview edition of The Paralympian magazine is now available for fans to download online.

Download your copy here.

The colourful 44-page issue contains an entire section showcasing the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games – which run from 7-16 March – including a day-by-day guide, how to engage on social media and sport-specific previews that inform fans of which athletes to look out for.

In this edition, wheelchair curlers Sonja Gaudet of Canada and Jalle Jungnell of Sweden weigh in on their Sochi 2014 competition, while wheelchair dancers look back at their World Championships and five burning questions are posed for the upcoming IPC Athletics season.

The Paralympian’s feature story explores how visually impaired athletes first got involved in their respective sports, telling the tales of Slovakian alpine skier Jakub Krako and Brazilian sprinter Terezinha Guilhermina.

In the “Issue of the Season,” Ecuador’s National Paralympic Committee (NPC) shares best practices for smaller NPCs in the Americas region to build capacity, and through a submitted guest column Dutch sitting volleyball player Elvira Stinissen shares why athletes deserve a voice in the Paralympic Movement’s decisions.

Readers are also given an update on the latest Paralympic news and a brief look ahead at upcoming summer sport World Championships.

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