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Tech is changing the Paralympics, and giving an advantage to countries with money

by Stephanie Hughes and Kimberly Adams Mar 13, 2018
The Winter Paralympics have been going on since 1976. How has the technology — and the funding for it — evolved since then?
Birgit Skarstein of Norway competes in the Women's Cross Country 12km, Sitting event at Alpensia Biathlon Centre during day two of the 2018 Paralympic Games on March 11, 2018 in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
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Let's do the numbers on the Paralympic Games

by Tony Wagner Mar 9, 2018
They're hard to find on cable or streaming, but worth watching.
Joe Howard of the United States celebrates a gold-medal win against Norway in sledge hockey during the Salt Lake City Winter Paralympic Games in Utah in 2002.
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Legally blind, and competing in the Paralympics

by Kai Ryssdal Aug 29, 2012
The 2012 Paralympic Games opened in London on Wednesday. American judo athlete Myles Porter tells us what it's like to compete in world's second largest sporting competition.