Hitting Shots

November 2007
PN;Nov2007, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p74
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The article reports on the equal treatment manifested by Bankshot Sports organization among children with and without disabilities in the U.S. The organization has put the children in the same level on the field and does not regard unto their capacities and incapacities. In addition, the group is said to focus on exercising science into action.


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