Swimming (Importance, Benefits, Exercises, ...)

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Swimming is the only sport that has no medical contraindication for its practitioners, including children. It is something that even a baby can do in a recreational way. Child swimming is important enough for your child, and in many ways. Some of the benefits of infant swimming are: Improves neuromotor development; ...

Paralympic Canoeing [History, Rules, ...]

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History of Paralympic Canoeing Paralympic canoeing is a very recent sport, having emerged in 2009, when the International Canoe Federation decided to make kayaking a sport accessible to everyone. Soon the following year, in 2010, the 1 World Championship of the modality was given. In Brazil, the biggest figure of this modality is the ...

Tennis in Wheelchair (Paralympic) [History, Rules, ...]

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History of Wheelchair Tennis Wheelchair tennis appeared in 1976 in the United States by Brad Parks, who was looking for a sport that would help him in his rehabilitation, having been injured while practicing acrobatic skiing. The sport quickly developed and in 1988, was included in the ...

Rugby Paralympic or In Wheelchair [History, Rules, ...]

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History of Paralympic Rugby Paralympic rugby (or Quad-Rugby) emerged near the end of the 1970 decade and was created with the intention of giving a sport to people with enough physical limitations to practice. This modality can only be practiced by those who have serious motor deficiency and it would be impossible for him to even practice basketball ...

Paralympic Judo [Rules, History, ...]

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History of Paralympic Judo Paralympic judo is an adaptation of traditional judo, which is designed to be practiced by people with visual impairments. This sport was introduced in the Paralympic program in 1988 (Seoul), but only for men, only in Athens 2004 is that introduced the female variant. Brazil has accumulated to date ...

Shooting [History, Rules, ...]

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HISTORY OF THE SHOOTING Sports PARAOLÍMPICO This modality was inserted in the Paralympic Games of Toronto, in 1976, in which the men were accepted only. In the next edition women were already allowed to participate, both in the female category and also in mixed. It lasted only 4 years, until in 1984 the mixed category was extinct. In games…

Paralympic Archery [History, Rules, ...]

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History of Paralympic Archery This modality was inserted in the Toronto Paralympic Games in 1976, in which only men were accepted. In the next edition women were already allowed to participate, both in the female category and also in mixed. It only lasted 4 years, until in 1984 the mixed category was extinct. ...

Paralympic Swimming [History, Rules, ...]

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Paralympic swimming is one of the sports that has been present at the Paralympics since its inception in Rome (1960). Few changes have arisen in this mode until the present day and for this reason does not have great history in itself. Paralympic Swimming in Brazil Since many years, the Brazilian team has been ...

Futsal [Positions, Taticas and Game Schedules]

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As in most collective sports, and futsal is no exception, each player has his or her position to occupy in the field, the tactics they have to do and which game rules they must follow. Let us then know a little more about all these things and realize a little more deeply about everything ...

Women's Football [Lingerie Football League]

What was the solution to making American football a sport that could be practiced by women and thus create a variant of women's football? Putting women to play "American football" lingerie. History of Women's American Football What at the beginning, at 2003, became something that happened in the Super Bowl ...