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Tillgänglighetsstipendium till IFK Borlänge Alpin

 

 MyNewsdesk     2016-06-29 kl. 08:45     360 words

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Pressmeddelande Jun 29, 2016 08:45 CEST Tillgänglig idrott borde vara en självklarhet, men är det inte. Därför delar KONE och Parasport Sverige för första gången ut Tillgänglighetsstipendiet om 50 000 kronor.

Därför delar KONE och
Parasport Sverige för första gången ut Tillgänglighetsstipendiet om 50 000 kronor.Första stipendiemottagare är IFK Borlänge Alpin som arbetar hårt för att göra alpin skidåkning tillgängligt för fler.

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Gäster, debattörer och aktiva samsas med hundratals barn under Idrottens dag i Almedalen onsdag 6 juli

 

 MyNewsdesk     2016-06-28 kl. 09:20     591 words

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Pressmeddelande Jun 28, 2016 09:20 CEST Kan du bli bäst utan att tävla, idrottsrörelsen bygger det nya Sverige, spara skattekronor och höj livskvalitet, ojämlik hälsa - idrottens roll och blir idrotten bortdribblad i samhällsplaneringen.

Deltagare: Thomas Fogdö, styrelseledamot,
Parasport Sverige Margareta Israelsson, ordförande, Parasport Sverige Per Lodenius, riksdagsledamot, Centern Gunilla Carlsson, riksdagsledamot, Socialdemokraterna Peter Mattsson, idrottschef,...

 

 

 

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Boccia tournament held in memory of former player

 

 itv.com     2016-06-29 kl. 08:27     148 words

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Around 40 players competed in a boccia tournament in memory of a former player who died aged 25-years-old. The first annual Simon Ward Memorial Cup, organised by Cumbria Wheelchair Sports Club, took place at the Sands Centre in Carlisle.

It became a
Paralympic sport in 1984 and is now played in over 50 countries across the world.

 

 

 

Stephen Hawking: Humans 'have not become less greedy or less stupid'

 

 Atlanta Journal And Constitution     2016-06-29 kl. 08:00     436 words

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, British physicist Stephen Hawking speaks during the Opening Ceremony for the 2012 Paralympics in London on Aug. 29, 2012. Free access to myAJC for AJC subscribers. SIGN UP FOR NEWSLETTERS Want more news?

Stephen Hawking: Humans 'have not become less greedy or less stupid'. , British physicist Stephen Hawking speaks during the Opening Ceremony for the 2012
Paralympics in London on Aug.

 

 

 

Rio Olympics 2016: Nike Unveils Official Team USA Medal-Podium Uniforms

 

 Latest Nigerian News.com     2016-06-29 kl. 07:44     242 words

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Just over one month before the 2016 Summer Olympics, Nike on Tuesday unveiled the attire American medalists will wear on the podium in Rio de Janeiro.The U.S.

August:In addition to being on display at the Olympics, the Nike threads will also be worn by athletes at the
Paralympic Games in Rio from Sept.... Olympic and Paralympic Teams epitomize Nike's unmatched innovation.

 

 

 

Kitty Chiller completely confident of athletes' safety in Rio

 

 ABC Online     2016-06-29 kl. 07:44     456 words

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Australian Olympic chef de mission Kitty Chiller has brushed aside security and health concerns ahead of the upcoming Games in Rio.

streets of Rio are.
Paralympian Liesl Tesch was robbed at gunpoint, prompting the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) to call for security to be before athletes start arriving .

 

 

 

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 Hometown Life     2016-06-29 kl. 07:30     1252 words

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Seat belt saved my life 0:50 Adorable baby orangutan born via rare C-section 0:35 Kenya prepares for ivory giant burn 0:59 Area athlete prepares for
Paralympic games 1:59 Abuse victim's father asks judge for tougher sentence 0:41 Delicious new food

 

 

 

Japan’s Imperial Palace easier to visit

 

 DAWN Group     2016-06-29 kl. 07:19     808 words

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TOKYO: The Imperial Palace in Tokyo can now be visited without reservations, as more facilities related to the Imperial family, including the Kyoto Imperial Palace, are being opened to the public and made easier to access starting in this fiscal year.

opening up of Imperial facilities is partly aimed at attracting foreign tourists, the number of which is expected to further increase ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and
Paralympic Games.

 

 

 

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 Hometown Life     2016-06-29 kl. 07:08     1252 words

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Seat belt saved my life 0:50 Adorable baby orangutan born via rare C-section 0:35 Kenya prepares for ivory giant burn 0:59 Area athlete prepares for
Paralympic games 1:59 Abuse victim's father asks judge for tougher sentence 0:41 Delicious new food

 

 

 

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 Hometown Life     2016-06-29 kl. 07:08     1311 words

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Seat belt saved my life 0:50 Adorable baby orangutan born via rare C-section 0:35 Kenya prepares for ivory giant burn 0:59 Area athlete prepares for
Paralympic games 1:59 Abuse victim's father asks judge for tougher sentence 0:41 Delicious new food

 

 

 

Stephen Hawking: Greed, stupidity greatest threats to Earth

 

 Jakarta Post     2016-06-29 kl. 06:56     220 words

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, British physicist, Professor Stephen Hawking speaks during the Opening Ceremony for the 2012 Paralympics in London, Wednesday Aug. 29, 2012.

Stephen Hawking: Greed, stupidity greatest threats to Earth. , British physicist, Professor Stephen Hawking speaks during the Opening Ceremony for the 2012
Paralympics in London, Wednesday Aug.

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Olympic hosts face huge hurdles

 

 BDlive     2016-06-29 kl. 06:52     909 words

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RIO de Janeiro is about to host the Olympic Games. Good luck to it. Brazil is burdened by a political struggle that has seen President Dilma Rousseff impeached, a sharp economic downturn and a public health crisis in the form of the Zika virus.

The London Olympics and
Paralympics provide a shining example.

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'Blind soccer' seminar held at Mainichi Media Cafe ahead of Rio Olympics

 

 Mainichi Daily News     2016-06-29 kl. 06:46     133 words

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A seminar featuring instruction on how to enjoy "blind soccer" -- a game whereby players place covers over their eyes -- was put on at the Mainichi Media Cafe on June 28 in the lead-up to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.

A seminar featuring instruction on how to enjoy "blind soccer" -- a game whereby players place covers over their eyes -- was put on at the Mainichi Media Cafe on June 28 in the lead-up to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and
Paralympics.Speaking at the

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IOC backs Australia's Rio security plea (AAP)

 

 Yahoo! News Australia     2016-06-29 kl. 06:25     85 words

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, 2:20 pm Australia's Olympic chef de mission Kitty Chiller says she's yet to hear back from Games organisers about her request to beef up security in Rio.

mobilise their security force early in the wake of the daylight robbery at gunpoint of Australian
Paralympic sailor Liesl Tesch and physiotherapist Sarah Ross.

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Farmington Hills hires new firefighter

 

 Hometown Life     2016-06-29 kl. 06:20     1247 words

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Seat belt saved my life 0:50 Adorable baby orangutan born via rare C-section 0:35 Kenya prepares for ivory giant burn 0:59 Area athlete prepares for
Paralympic games 1:59 Abuse victim's father asks judge for tougher sentence 0:41 Delicious new food

 

 

 

eNCA announces premiere of new show, Outside Eye

 

 ENCA     2016-06-29 kl. 06:16     633 words

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Press Releases Posted on: Mon 08 Apr 2013 As a dynamic country characterised by a series of controversial political, economic and social events, South Africa has always captured the world’s attention.

Big brands rushed to be associated with
paralympic poster boy, Oscar Pistorius.... With every achievement the 8 time Paralympics medal winner, flew the South African flag high.

 

 

 

Bunbury rider selected for the Paralympics in Rio

 

 Busselton Mail     2016-06-29 kl. 04:44     421 words

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Bunbury para-equestrian Sharon Jarvis has been selected to represent Australia at the 2016 Paralympics in Rio this September.

Bunbury rider selected for the
Paralympics in Rio.... Bunbury para-equestrian Sharon Jarvis has been selected to represent Australia at the 2016 Paralympics in Rio this September.Bunbury para-equestrian rider Sharon Jarvis has been named on the 2016 Australian Paralympic...

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Elderly Japanese theatre troupe continues the legacy

 

 Culture360.org     2016-06-29 kl. 04:33     209 words

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A Japanese theatre troupe of elderly actors set up by renowned stage director Yukio Ninagawa has decided to continue its activities following the founder’s death earlier this month, according to the operator of the group.

The group, founded in 2006 by the late director, aims to make stage performance a part of cultural programs for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and
Paralympics.

 

 

 

50t fire-breathing ‘spider’ to invade Elizabeth Quay (The West Australian)

 

 West Australian     2016-06-29 kl. 03:59     449 words

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, 9:40 am Video 50t fire-breathing 'spider' set to invade Elizabeth Quay Arachnophobes, look away now — a 50-tonne, fire-breathing “spider” is set to invade Elizabeth Quay.

One of their other creations, the mobile Bug stage appeared at the closing ceremony of the 2012
Paralympics.

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50t fire-breathing ‘spider’ to invade Elizabeth Quay

 

 West Australian     2016-06-29 kl. 03:55     449 words

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, 9:40 am Video 50t fire-breathing 'spider' set to invade Elizabeth Quay Arachnophobes, look away now — a 50-tonne, fire-breathing “spider” is set to invade Elizabeth Quay.

One of their other creations, the mobile Bug stage appeared at the closing ceremony of the 2012
Paralympics.

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West Australian (web) - West Australian (web) - West Australian (web)

 

 

 

Orioles reliever Darren O'Day's recovery coming along slower than expected

 

 Howard County Times     2016-06-29 kl. 03:47     535 words

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SAN DIEGO -- Orioles manager Buck Showalter made it clear to say that set-up man Darren O’Day has not suffered a setback in his recovery from a right

Ennis had her left leg amputated twice and is recovering at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego, but is on track to compete in the 2018
Paralympics as a snowboarder. eencina@baltsun.com twitter.com/EddieInTheYard.

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Inside the Story: Veterans competing in 36th National Wheelchair Games in SL

 

 KUTV.com     2016-06-29 kl. 03:40     351 words

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(KUTV) Salt Lake City is about to host a major national athletic event involving hundreds of athletes. They are no ordinary athletes; they are military veterans who were injured in battle and have found a way to fight back.

Paralympic team. He took home a gold and bronze medal during the games in Canada in 1976.

 

 

 

USOC and Nike reveal Team USA's podium outfits

 

 Inside The Games     2016-06-29 kl. 03:20     402 words

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Monday, 25 June 2012 This year, for the first time, there are three distinct medal stand outfits to be worn by medalists of different sports in both the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Monday, 25 June 2012 This year, for the first time, there are three distinct medal stand outfits to be worn by medalists of different sports in both the Olympic and
Paralympic Games.Each of the three looks features a modern interpretation of classic

 

 

 

Michael Jordan, Hornets help fill cash shortage for U.S. Paralympic Team Trials in Charlotte

 

 Charlotte Observer     2016-06-29 kl. 02:43     526 words

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A week after making a $500,000 investment in literacy programs for Charlotte’s low income children, Michael Jordan and the Charlotte Hornets have quietly stepped up to help fill a cash shortage for the U.S. Paralympic Team Trials this week in Charlotte.

Paralympic Team Trials in Charlotte.... Paralympic Team Trials this week in Charlotte.The $10,000 cost of closing ceremonies for the team trials Sunday will now be covered by the Hornets’ charitable foundation....Olympic Committee. Doug Youngblood of Partners for Parks says the Hornets’ pledge is the largest in a series of last minute gifts that erased the cash shortage just days prior to the arrival of 400 disabled athletes...

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