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New building for the International Paralympic Committee

The International Paralympic Committee officially opened a new Headquarters building in Bonn, Germany. IPC President Sir Philip Craven, Lord Mayor of Bonn, Ashok-Alexander Sridharan, Verena Bentele, Commissioner for Matters Relating to Persons with Disabilities of the Federal Government of Germany and 12-time Paralympic champion, and Bernd Neuendorf, State Secretary of North Rhine-Westphalia, cut the red ribbon to open the new building.

The new building accommodates 30 staff from the IPC sports, the Agitos Foundation, Anti-Doping, Medical and Scientific, and Games and Events Technology. The IPC first opened its Headquarters in Bonn, Germany, in 1999, with just one full-time member of staff.

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