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Wheelchair fencing is one of the sports that were “born” to help out with the rehabilitation of World War II veterans. What mostly fills the audiences of this spectacular Paralympic sport with awe and admiration is the fact that the wheelchairs, on which athletes compete, are fixed in position in a frame on the piste! Students will have the opportunity to try the sport out and become familiar with the ingenuity, patience and adaptability required of a wheelchair fencing athlete.

In cooperation with: Dimitrios Kazaglis, Greek National Wheelchair Fencing Coach

 

Thursday 02/12 | 09.00-12.00

 

The activity takes place every 30 'for the school departments

1 school section participates in each slot

The application for participation in the school programs is made by telephone at 2168091005

For any information or clarification, you can contact us via email at schools@snfcc.org

 

The participations in the school programs of the SNFCC on the occasion of the International Day of Disabled Persons were completed.
 

For the participation of school groups in SNFCC programs, all health protection measures are observed. For the participation of students, a demonstration of the most recent self-test with a negative result is required, which they have carried out in the context of protection measures set by NPHO for students and the entire school community. Alternatively, students can participate in the programs by presenting a valid certificate of recovery or certificate of vaccination. Teacher participation requires the demonstration of a valid vaccination certificate or recovery certificate, or a rapid test with a negative result (up to 48 hours).

All school programs were designed and are made available free of charge through a grant by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF).

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