On the right is Mr Jonson Jason, The President of the Paralympic in Tanzania and on his left is Mr Iddi Kibwana Omari the Secretary General of Paralympic in Tanzania.
On the right is Mr John Ndumbaro who is the coach, and on the left is Mr Zaharani Mwenemti the athlete participating in discuss and short put.
Mr Jonson Jason, The President of the Paralympic in Tanzania putting a signature to symbolis there attendence at the paralympic games in 2012
Deputy High Commissioner Mr. Chabaka F Kilumanga and Minister of Counsellor at Tanzania High Commission Mr Amos Msanjila attended the ceremony.
Representatives of the Tanzania Paralypmic 2012 with the Tanzania Deputy High Commissioner Mr. Chabaka F Kilumanga
Minister of Counsellor at Tanzania High Commission Mr Amos Msanjila joined the group
Mr Janson Jason with Femmy Shifta (Tanzanian Student in London)
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So What Is Paralympic?
In 1948, Sir Ludwig Guttmann organised a sports competition involving World War II veterans with a spinal cord-related injury in Stoke Mandeville, England. Four years later, competitors from Holland joined the Games, and the international movement, now known as the Paralympic Movement, was born.
Olympic-style games for athletes with a disability were organised for the first time in Rome in 1960. In Toronto in 1976, other disability groups were added and the idea of merging together different disability groups for international sports competitions was born. In the same year, the first Paralympic Winter Games took place in Sweden.
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