The 11th Jiangsu Provincial Games for the Disabled has ended

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  • On the morning of September 20th, the closing ceremony of the 11th Jiangsu Disabled Games was held at the Taizhou Medical Hi-tech Zone Sports Culture Innovation Center. Hu Nailiang, executive deputy director of the Jiangsu Provincial Disabled Games Organizing Committee and top inspector of the Jiangsu Disabled Federation, announced the closure. Mr. Zhou Xiaohui, Deputy General Manager and Deputy Mayor of Jiangsu Disabled Games Organizing Committee, delivered closing remarks.

At the closing ceremony, the Sports Moral Fashion Award, the Outstanding Group Award, and the Outstanding Contribution Award were presented. CRI hosted the international media coverage of the event. Held every four years, the Jiangsu Disabled Games is the largest and most comprehensive disabled sports event in the province.

It is both a catalog of achievements in the development of disability sports and a stage for disabled people to present themselves and realize their dreams. A total of 18 events were held, including wheelchair fencing, weightlifting, track and field, table tennis, badminton, sitting volleyball and blind cricket, attended by his 1,005 athletes from his 13 counties and cities in Jiangsu.

This time, 94 athletes from Taizhou participated in 17 events, excluding wheelchair fencing, which was the highest number of events and participants ever. They won 40 gold medals, 21 silver medals and 18 bronze medals. For the first time, the Jiangsu Disabled Games and the Jiangsu Games were held in the same city in the same year. This is particularly important and impactful.

Against the background of normal epidemic prevention and control, the Games Organizing Committee adhered to the concept of “simplicity, safety and grandeur”, and the whole city was meticulously organized, fully guaranteed and enthusiastic. It has become an undeniably high-level sporting event. Function, security, economy, brilliance, perfection. After the closing ceremony, a cultural performance was held.

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