Tuesday, September 11, 2012

disadvantaged competition

On Monday 10th of september after lunch Mrs Marks got some sports gear. After lunch we play  some games we never knew what game we were going to play then he told us we're going to play some paralympic games to know how it is for them. We had to tied a rope around one hand then sprint as fast as we could but it slow us down. We didn’t have our old limited use then we try both hand we just got even slower.

Then we took the rope off and we sprinted and we had our limited use again. It was challenging because we warrants going as fast but now fast. But it was kind of weird but I don’t know how to say it like thing how it was then we had to try chuck the ball with one arm then with one leg when I went to chuck the ball with one leg I fell to the ground and my face nearly hit the ground later on I went and got the ball when my teacher said and we went back to class.

Thursday, September 6, 2012


As the person was running he balanced skillfully and he ran like it was end of the world he ran all the way to the finished line. As they ran they saw lots of other people balanced skillfully cause everyone had curved metal legs and he had curved metal legs also. he ran and he started winning and he past the finished line and he was happy I think paralympic is a good thing because people that think they can’t be in the olympics but they can cause they're the paralympic that why I think it’s a good think.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012


After the olympics there is one more sporting event that is the paralympics which is like special olympics. There was a 200m sprint.There were people with one leg and the other leg was a blade and if you had no legs you would have two blades on both legs. Did you know that fake legs are made out of carbon fibre and hot rod’s are made out of carbon fibre too.There was one person that legs were amputated they were cut above the knee and he ran funny he started getting close then he was leading and he was like a steam train and he got a world record.