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The Paralympic Games: A bibliography

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The Paralympic Games are the pinnacle event of the International Paralympic Committee and the showcase of elite performance for athletes with disabilities. They are considered a ‘parallel’ movement to the Olympics. The Paralympics are held every four years generally after the Olympic Games, and mostly, in the same host City as the Olympic Games. They include the disability categories of: Amputee; Cerebral palsy; Intellectual disability; Vision impaired; Wheelchair; and Les autres. The Paralympics have grown rapidly since their inception to become part of a global network of sports events. In doing so they have brought an increased visibility and status to people with disabilities by focusing on their abilities.

  

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Editor's comments - [  This bibliography is organised alphabetically by author in APA Style, with keywords, including particular host city names, appearing in square brackets at the end of each reference. A list of Keywords is provided at the end of the bibliography.  ]  Reference this?Cryer, J. (Year). This page title in italics. Retrieved date, from <this page's full URL>

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Reference : Burkhardt, A. Darcey, S. (2009). The Paralympic Games: A bibliography. Sydney: University of Technology Sydney

 

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