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“For me you are already champions who have achieved great victories,” Netanyahu says.
Les stars paralympiques israéliennes Moran Samuel et Pascale Berkowitz sont un modèle de courage et une source d’inspiration
In November 1968, Israel held the Paralympic Games in Ramat Gan, finishing in third place behind the US and UK.
Years between Olympics are lean ones for athletes.
By ALLON SINAI
Nimrod Bichler, Paralympic gold-medalist Noam Gershony’s coach, had to come up with what he calls “unconventional” solutions when training his charge to play wheelchair tennis.
By ITAY GODER
After officially becoming an Israeli symbol, Noam Gershony is right where he needs to be: on vacation, relaxing and having fun with a group of close friends.
News briefs from around the nation.
By COMPILED BY JULIE STEIGERWALD
Despite their enthusiasm, the team faces a raft of challenges: a lack of funding, a paucity of special playing crutches and difficulties finding a regular pitch for training.
Accompanied by police motorcycle escort, some 200 handicapped IDF veterans race from the President’s Residence to Beit Halohem.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
In terms of “Color Red” alarms, few news articles have set off my personal “color red” warning as did “Iron Dome remains silent as Grad rockets hit Beersheba, Netivot”
By JERUSALEM POST READERS
The Paralympics have developed to the point where they are much more than just an afterthought to the main event.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
I wish the Israeli delegation to the London 2012 Paralympics much success. There is no more poignant moment than hearing our national anthem being played and seeing the Israeli flag waving at full mast.
By MOSHE MATALON
The greatest victory of the Olympic Games goes to the 70,000 volunteer Games Makers who worked day in and day out to ensure that the “friendly Games” were the best possible for athletes, officials and spectators alike.
By MIKE SILVERSTONE AND YSABELLA HAWKINS
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