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No. 26 Othman’s four record feat
Egyptian powerlifter Sherif Othman broke his own world record four times at the 2014 IPC Powerlifting World Championships and plans to make his debut in a higher weight category in 2015.
How to hit the target without sight?
Athletes aim with the help of an infrared system that enables shooting by hearing.
No. 27 Brazil win historic goalball gold
The Brazilian men’s goalball team beat Paralympic champions Finland on home soil to claim their first world title.
No. 28 Leung Yuk Wing back to winning ways in boccia
After going 10 years without a gold medal, Hong Kong’s Leung Yuk Wing won four of them in 2014 with success at the World Championships and Asian Para Games.
No. 29 Agitos Foundation grows Paralympic Movement globally
The continuation and launch of several projects as well as a nomination for an award have seen the development arm of the International Paralympic Committee flourish further in 2014.
No. 30 Iranian women qualify for Rio 2016
The Iranian women’s sitting volleyball team qualified for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games for the very first time, after reaching the final at the Incheon 2014 Asian Para Games.
No. 31 Spanish swimmers' winning ways
Lead by the return of multiple Paralympic and world champion Teresa Perales and underlined by success for Sarai Gascon, Spanish swimmers shone at the 2014 Euros.
No. 32 Canada cause upset at wheelchair rugby Worlds
Canada beat arch rivals USA in overtime in the semi-finals of the World Championships.
No. 33 Mentoring drives female leadership and participation
The IPC’s No. 33 Moment of 2014 highlights how upskilling women is inspiring for the next generation of female athletes and leaders.
What are the three categories in para-alpine skiing?
Para-alpine skiing events are organised in three categories: sitting, standing and visually impaired.
Nadezhda Fedorova suspended for anti-doping violation
Nottwil 2019: USA top table as Junior Worlds conclude
Nottwil 2019: Breathless third day
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Best Lift of Nur-Sultan 2019 | World Para Powerlifting Championships
Nur-Sultan 2019 | Day 8 Highlights | WPPO Championships
Nur-Sultan 2019 | Day 7 Highlights | WPPO Championships
Siamand Rahman (IRI) | GOLD | men's over 107kg | Nur Sultan 2019 WPPO Championships
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