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UCLA Hosting US Paralympic Track & Field Championships as IOC Visits University

U.S. Paralympics announced UCLA today as the site of this year's United States Paralympics Track & Field National Championships, an event will be the...

Durand Receives Samaranch Disabled Athlete Award from the United States Sports Academy

Cuban sprinter Omara Durand, the world’s fastest female Paralympian, has been presented the 2016 Juan Antonio Samaranch IOC Disabled Athlete Award from the United...

Los Angeles 2024 Officials Reaffirm Commitment to ‘Most Inclusive Games in History’

Los Angeles 2024 vice-chair Candace Cable has taken part in Abilities Expo in a bid to raise awareness for accessibility and reaffirm the bid's...

Russian Paralympic Team Preparing for 2018 Olympics Despite Suspension

Russia’s Paralympic team is preparing for the 2018 Winter Paralympic Games in PyeongChang despite the suspension of the Russian Paralympic Committee’s membership in the...

Blauwet Receives IPC’s International Women’s Day Recognition Award

Dr. Cheri Blauwet has been awarded the International Paralympic Committee's (IPC) International Women's Day Recognition award. The 36-year-old triple Paralympian and seven-time medalist in wheelchair...

Syrian Refugee Al-Hussein Wins Zaharias Courage Award from U.S. Sports Academy

Paralympic swimmer and Syrian refugee Ibrahim Al-Hussein has been presented the 2016 Mildred “Babe” Didrikson Zaharias Courage Award from the United States Sports Academy...

Gosselin Named New US Ice Sledge Hockey Head Coach

Guy Gosselin has been named head coach of the United States national ice sledge hockey team that will compete in the 2017 World Para...

IPC Launches ‘I’m Possible’ Education Project in Tokyo

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and its development arm the Agitos Foundation have launched a new education project called "I'm Possible." The project has been...

Sweden Considering 2026 Winter Olympics Bid

With the Olympic Agenda 2020 declared fully in line with the city’s ambitions for social, financial, environmental and democratic sustainability, the Swedish capital of...

U.S. College Students will Volunteer at PyeongChang Olympics

George Washington University will send up to 50 students to volunteer at the 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Games in PyeongChang, Korea, according to a...

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