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Disabled athletes from across Europe descend on Poland

25.02.2020 07:20
Some 150 disabled athletes from 17 countries will descend on two winter sports resorts in Poland on Tuesday to take part in the ParaSki4Europe competition.
Photo: Tomasz Duszyński
Photo: Tomasz Duszyński paralympic.org.pl

The event in the southwestern Czarna Góra Resort and the Tauron Duszniki Arena runs until March 1.  

Polish biathlete Weronika Nowakowska has been appointed “ambassador” of the competition.

She said: “Sport and competition by people with disabilities is for me proof that it’s worth having dreams in life and pursuing them. This is a great lesson in humility, perseverance and inner strength.”

Nowakowska won the silver in the sprint at the Biathlon World Championships in Kontiolahti, Finland, in 2015, and bronze in the pursuit.


Source: paralympic.org.pl