In this training course, we will invite Mr. Daisuke Uehara, a silver medalist of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Paralympics, as a lecturer to learn what is necessary to break stereotypes while enjoying parasports and the importance of "creating".
* The event will be held after taking measures against new coronavirus infections ((1) temperature measurement, (2) physical condition check, (3) disinfection, (4) management of participants' contact information, (5) ensuring social distance, and (6) ventilation, etc.). Please wear a mask during the course. Also, please refrain from participating if you are not feeling well.
Please note that the classroom may be canceled depending on the spread of infection.
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
* The photo is an image of wheelchair sports.
How to enjoy parasports of "doing, seeing, and supporting"
Date and time
February 23, 3rd year of Reiwa (Tuesday / holiday)
2:00 pm to 4:30 pm (Reception: 1:30 pm)
Akabane Gymnasium (Shimo 3-46-16)
Lecture: The appeal of parasports, what is needed to break stereotypes
Practical skill: Experience parasports according to the rules decided by the participants and learn the importance of "creating"
(Wheelchair sports and goalball will be held)
Representative of D-SHiPS32, a specified non-profit organization
・ 2010 Vancouver Paralympics Silver Medalist (Para Ice Hockey)
・ 2006 Turin Paralympics participation
・ 2018 Pyeongchang Paralympics participation
Those who live, work, or attend school in the ward, 6th grade or above
(University students who have a comprehensive agreement with Kita Ward are also acceptable)
* Those who are not registered in the Kita Ward Sports Volunteer System can also participate.
50 people (advance application system, first-come-first-served basis)
Easy-to-move clothes, indoor sports shoes, drinks, masks
How to apply
Apply by phone, fax, or e-mail (in the case of fax or e-mail, ① name (furigana) ② phone number ③ age please specify)
Kita Ward Regional Promotion Department Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics Section
E-mail: spo-vol (at) city.kita.lg.jp
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