The Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games was topped off with a spectacular closing ceremony at Whistler that was designed to not only thank the volunteers, known as Smurfs but also the true meaning of “sport” that was displayed by the Paralympians in Alpine Skiing, Biathlon, Ice Sledge Hockey and Wheelchair Curling events. Most Canadians held
on March 23rd, 2010 by Nina Halliday-Thompson
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on March 17th, 2010 by Nina Halliday-Thompson
Ice Sledge Hockey (ISH) requires extreme atheletic abilities and is very exciting to watch live.
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