“We keep going to offices of sports ministries, in Haryana and the central government, but nothing happens"
A British sprinter recently returned her medal, feeling that an inaccurate classification had given her relay team an unfair advantage.
The paralympic gold medalist opens up about waking up from a coma, living with paralysis, and learning to walk again.
RJ Mitte was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at the age of three, but he hasn't let that stop him from accomplishing his goals and using his success to help others.
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There will be a moment of silence for Iranian cyclist Bahman Golbarnezhad during tomorrow's closing ceremonies.
A former combat engineer, Curtis McGrath lost his legs in Afghanistan - but has become a Paralympic champion.
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