Dance Fever

February 2007
PN;Feb2007, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p48
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The article reports on the presentation of the 2006 International Paralympic Committee Wheelchair Dance Sport World Championships held at the National Sportcenter Papendal on October 14 to 15 in Arnhem, Netherlands. About 90 couples came from 18 countries had assembled in the sportscenter. The gold winners of Duo Living Well with a Disability were Eduardo Nunez Medellin and Maria Antonia Pena Anguiano from Mexico, and Sergey Antonov and Vita Vimba from Russia.


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