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4th “Health Cup” Sports Conference for the Disabled Kicks Off in Beijing

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Athletes with disabilities in Beijing showcased their determination and skill at the 4th “Health Cup” Sports Conference for the Disabled from September 6th to 22nd. Over 1,100 disabled athletes and staff members from various districts participated in a range of events including curling, table tennis, chess, badminton, and darts.

The opening ceremony witnessed impressive performances by disabled athletes from Chaoyang District, Daxing District, and Beijing Qiyin School. Following the ceremony, the highly anticipated 2023 Beijing Disabled Mini Marathon and Online Marathon began. Athletes from all districts in the city enthusiastically participated in the 3-kilometer and 5-kilometer mini-marathons.

Being the largest, highest-level, and most influential comprehensive sports event for the disabled in Beijing, the Sports Conference for the Disabled plays a vital role in showcasing the achievements in the development of sports for the disabled in the capital. It also provides an opportunity for society to better understand the optimism, self-improvement, and indomitable spirit of the disabled athletes.

In recent years, mass sports for the disabled in Beijing have made remarkable progress. With a focus on self-improvement and rehabilitation, the government has developed and promoted eight sports items suitable for the disabled, including wheelchair Tai Chi fans. The Sports Conference for the Disabled has become one of the event brands with Beijing characteristics, alongside the “Health Cup” mass sports Conference, Ice and Snow Carnival, and Special Olympics Day.

The success of the 4th “Health Cup” Sports Conference for the Disabled is a testament to the dedication and talent of disabled athletes and the support they receive from the community. Through their participation and achievements, they inspire and encourage others to embrace their abilities and strive for greatness.

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(Editors in charge: Meng Zhu, Gao Xing)

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