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Breaking Barriers: Adaptive Sports and the Paralympics Promote Inclusion and Respect

Adaptive Sports Highlighted in Lead-Up to Paralympics Event

Breaking Barriers: Adaptive Sports and the Paralympics Promote Inclusion and Respect

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When participating in adaptive and Paralympic sports events, students initially showed hesitation, but they all left with smiles on their faces. According to Lowery, these events help dispel misconceptions about para-athletes and promote an understanding that they are indeed athletes. By showcasing the challenges and engagement of adaptive sports, these events prove that they are just as competitive as any other sport.

Lowery hopes that after playing in such events, students will recognize the existence of these sports and understand that sport is simply sport, regardless of the adaptations needed. The experience of playing adaptive sports can also promote inclusivity and respect for all athletes, regardless of their physical abilities. It’s important to recognize that adaptive sports are just as competitive and engaging as any other sport.

The Paralympic Games provide an excellent opportunity to support and celebrate para-athletes from around the world as they showcase their skills and determination on a global stage. Watching these incredible feats of athleticism and sportsmanship is a must-see event for anyone who values inclusivity and respect for all athletes. Tune in to witness the action from Paris from August 28 to September 8.

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