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Old 10.09.2012, 21:05
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China the new leader in supporting disabled athletes

Britain has done really well in the paralympics but wow China with nearly double the number of medals of any other country and the Ukraine also what a super performance. Two countries you would not associate with high performing disabled athletics support significantly outperforming some other recognised names!!
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Britain has done really well in the paralympics but wow China with nearly double the number of medals of any other country and the Ukraine also what a super performance. Two countries you would not associate with high performing disabled athletics support significantly outperforming some other recognised names!!
..well, in my opinion, for China this has only to do with the medal count. Seeing how they actually treat disabled people on the homefront, one can wonder how long and how much of this hypocrisy will go un-noticed.
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