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Clare Balding will lead Channel 4's extensive coverage of this summer's Paralympics Games.
The Last Leg 8-9pm with Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker.Published: 23:27 BST, 4 September 2016 Updated: 12:37 BST, 7 September 2016 6 shares 4, view comments, the Paralympics start on Wednesday and last for 11 days with Channel 4 providing 165 hours of coverage.WhoChat ist ein kostenloser Dating-App zu chatten und anonym Spiel Leute zu treffen und offenbaren.Buy the Full Version.T/F 11-13 is those with varying degrees of visual difficulty; T/F 20 for athletes with intellectual disability; T/F for those with co-ordination impairments; F40 for those with short stature; T/F for limb deficiencies; T/F 51-57 for wheelchair or seated athletes.Buy the Full Version, you're Reading a Free Preview, pages 227 to 236 are not shown in this preview.
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Paralympic classifications, impairments or disabilities are categorised by the following loss of limb or limb deficiency; spinal injury; cerebral echte kamasutra standjes palsy; short stature; visual difficulty; intellectual disability.
C4 will have a classification guide, the Lexi, which is an on-screen graphic to explain the classification system using traffic light colours, with red signifying severe impairment.Buy the Full Version, you're Reading a Free Preview, pages 250 to 397 are not shown in this preview.Letters and numbers are given to most events and in athletics T is used for track events and F for field events.g.In swimming there are three disability sections S1-10 physical with S1 the most impacted by impairment and S10 the least; S11-13 visual; S14 intellectual.Buy the Full Version, you're Reading a Free Preview, pages 71 to 213 are not shown in this preview.Highlights.30-8pm with Clare Balding.Paralympics Live 1-7pm with More 4 6-7pm.You are about to be redirected to another page.