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The official hashtag for the 2013 IPC Athletics World Championships Lyon is #Lyon2013.
Maximiliano Rodriguez, Spain, Ernesto Mendonca, Brazil, Gabriel Potra, Portugal, Fedor Trikolich, Russian Federation, Songwut Lamsan, Thailand, Elchin Muradov, Azerbaijan, Alexey Labzin, Russian Federation, Jakkit Punthong, Thailand, Gauthier Tresor Makunda, France, David Brown, United States of America, Vladimir Zayets, Azerbaijan, Somdech Chaiya, Thailand, Antoine Perel, France, Artem Loginov, Russian Federation, Ulvi Shikhvaliyev, Azerbaijan, Hugo Cavaco, Portugal, Kitsana Jorchuy, Thailand, Tyson Gunter, United States of America, Timothee Adolphe, France, Andrey Koptev, Russian Federation, Rza Osmanov, Azerbaijan, Suphachai Songphinit, Thailand, Hyacinthe Deleplace, France, Evgeny Kegelev, Russian Federation, Yuriy Gornak, Azerbaijan, Bacou Dambakate, France, Martin Parejo Maza, Spain, Markeith Price, United States of America, Lucas Prado, Brazil, Felipe Gomes, Brazil, Tanner Gers, United States of America, Salvador Cano Garcia, Spain, Gerard Desgarrega Puigdevall, Spain, Thierb Siqueira, Brazil, Rodolfo Alves, Portugal, Josiah Jamison, United States of America, Andre Andrade, Brazil, Xavier Porras, Spain, Alexander Zverev, Russian Federation, Daniel Silva, Brazil, Firmino Baptista, Portugal, Elexis Gillette, United States of America, Joan Munar Martinez, Spain
For more videos about #Lyon2013 check out this playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6CBAXPeBajlp5FcxM9_HxwoOEvlggYG-
Lyon, France hosted the 2013 IPC Athletics World Championships between 19-28 July. More than 1,100 athletes from 98 countries attended the event which was the first major gathering of international track and field stars following the hugely successful London 2012 Paralympic Games. The majority of medal winners from London competed in Lyon as they started their preparations for the next Paralympic Games in Rio in 2016.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) is the global governing body of the Paralympic Movement, and also acts as the International Federation for nine sports, including athletics. The sport is governed by the IPC and co-ordinated by the IPC Athletics Sports Technical Committee, offering a wide range of competitions and events for male and female athletes in all impairment groups.
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The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) is committed to enabling Paralympic athletes to achieve sporting excellence and to develop sport opportunities for all persons with a disability from the beginner to elite level. In addition, the IPC aims to promote the Paralympic values, which include courage, determination, inspiration and equality.
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