sports and recreation

May 2008
PN;May2008, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p48
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The article presents news briefs related to sports and recreation of people with disabilities in the U.S. Tucson, Arizona, resident Mike Smyth won the Tucson Senior Olympics which took place from January 18-27, 2008. Lakeshore Foundation has announced its 2008 Lima Foxtrot Programs for severely Injured Military, which include Operation Rise and Conquer and Operation Night Vision. The International Paralympic Committee released the first issue of "ParaEmotion."


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