Parsons explains Paralympics for completed

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC; German: Internationales Paralympisches Komitee) is a worldwide non-profit organisation and the global regulating body for the Paralympic Movement. The IPC organizes the Paralympic Gamings and operates as the global federation for nine sporting activities. Founded on 22 September 1989 in Düsseldorf, West Germany, its goal is to make it possible for Paralympic athletes to achieve sporting quality as well as influence as well as delight the globe. In addition, the IPC intends to promote the Paralympic worths and to create sporting activity possibilities for all persons with a special needs, from beginner to elite level.
The IPC has a democratic constitution and also framework and is composed of reps from 176 National Paralympic Committees (NPCs), four worldwide organizations of sport for the impaired (IOSDs) as well as five local companies. The IPC’s head office lies in Bonn, Germany.

The Paralympics in Tokyo are officially over. At 21:52 local time, Andrew Parsons, the President of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), said XVI. Summer games on Sunday in the Olympic Stadium finished. The ceremony went pandemieby as well as the sporting competitions without viewers over the stage. Japan Kronprinz Akishino, as with Olympia, represented his older brother, Emperor Naruhito, who had opened the games.

Much of the DBS already left

Since the athletes were instructed to leave Japan two days after their last competition, a maximum of one third was present from the 134 German athletes and athletes. Around 40 nations were no longer represented.

In the medal mirror, Germany occupied twelve competition days with 13 times gold and 43 medals rank twelve. The German flag carried Sportschütz Natasha Hiltrop, which initially brought the first shooting gold in Tokyo since 2004 and also won silver once. For the refugee team, the Syrian Anas Al Khalifa, living on the Saale, carried the first flag into the stadium. He was started in Tokyo with the canoe.