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The new Paralympic training program 'I'm Possible'!

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) plans to show the next generation of Para sport fans that impossible is just a word through a pioneering new education project – I’m Possible. Created by the IPC’s development arm the Agitos Foundation, I’m Possible is a toolkit of resources designed to engage young people between the ages of 6-12 years in the Paralympic Movement.

On 21 February in Tokyo, the Japanese version was launched by IPC President Sir Philip Craven and project partners Mr. Mitsunori Torihara, Chairperson of the Japanese Paralympic Committee (JPC) and Mr. Yasushi Yamawaki, Chairperson of the Nippon Foundation Paralympic Support Centre (NFPSC). The global launch will be held later in 2017.

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