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Winter Paralympics: Everything you need to know about the Sports

Posted by Ms. Amy on
Eastern & Western Sports

The Winter Paralympics is the platform for those disables players who are having the courage to show their talent to the world. With its advent in the year of 1960, it is continuously gaining popularity. Here is our guide for all those people, who are not very much familiar with the Winter Paralympics. It will let you know the complete details of the games and How they are played in the Paralympics.

Winter Paralympics

Every 4 years, the winter Paralympics are held parallelly to the Winter Olympics in the same city of their occurrence. Here is a glimpse of the games you will love watching the event.

Winter Paralympics: Everything you need to know about the Sports

Wondering How the disables are playing the games? Well, they are far more energetic than we are! Just have a look at the games:

Alpine skiingAlpine Skiing

Skiing is tough!? But, when you will see the athletes with physical disabilities coming down the hills, you are surely going to fall in love with their skills and dedication to the game. Very often, the players show their stances and their skills will make you scream ‘Wow!’ as you will watch them.


A combination of cross-country skiing as well as rifle shooting, Biathlon is a sport which requires balancing, skiing as well as shooting skills. Finding a normal human possessing all these skills seems to be a difficult task. At such time, watching the physically handicapped persons showing up their skills will be a heartwarming event for all of us.

Cross Country Skiing

Cross-Country Skiing

Not only as a recreational activity but also as a good exercise for the body, cross-country skiing is very much prevalent in the icy countries. It is a sport which checks the mental balance along with the physical capabilities of the rider. Watching handicap sportsman skiing across the ice terrain will pump you up!

Ice Sledge HockeyIce Sledge Hockey

The Ice Sledge Hockey is a popular game among the people living in snowy countries. Also familiar with the name Para Ice Hockey, it is strengthening its roots as the most popular game of the Paralympic games. At present, it is on top of the list of the popular games in Winter Paralympics. Being a team game, it is fun to watch a team representing their country with full zeal.

Since it’s inception in 1960, till it’s rules modification in 1990. The popularity of the game has never seen a low. With all such characteristics, there are many emotions built of the countries to this game.


Imagine a snowboard on your feet and going down the snowy slope! Seems interesting, enough? If the answer is yes, then you will for sure love physically handicapped people performing their skills and stances on the board. Although it is a recent introduction in the year of 2014 in Winter Paralympics, it was in existence since 1960.

Wheelchair CurlingWheelchair Curling

Since it’s inception in the year of 2006 Canada Winter Paralympics, Wheelchair Curling has been the popular racing games for the physically disabled people. You will be surprised with the efforts and power which the players lay so as to win the game.

We hope that this piece of art on Winter Paralympics provided you with the insights and useful information about the event.

How to Overcome From Fear & Coach Team to Success | Proven Manager Tips!

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Each individual will have some kind of fear at some point in their lives. This fear can lead to certain consequences if they are not dealt with in the right manner.

Drawing some examples from the 1980 Olympics which was held on the Lake Placid. It was the ice hockey match, and during the last minutes of the game the U.S team slammed the Soviet Union and defeated them. The match was called as The Miracle on the Ice, and that’s how it was written in the history of Olympics.

Miracle on Ice

When a team wins a match like this, the Coach feels happy with how the team worked together for success instead of just looking at an individual’s game. Herb Brooks, then coach of the US Hockey team, worked on building up each player’s strength which worked out for the game and for the team.

Overcome From Fear & Coach Team to Success

The team which was all fun and easy going suddenly got a new style and vigor in them! What did actually happen with the team members? You can compare both the corporate as well as sports teams in this case. Both of them have players/members which is lead by a Coach/Leader.

If you have seen changes in the behavior of the players lately, then this is not something which happened overnight. It is the magic of the coaches and the team leaders who worked day and night in building a strong team. I recently received many emails asking how to build a strong team, and that’s how I got the next topic for discussion.

Following are some of the Tips I got from Industry Experts on How to Overcome From Fear:

  • Being Truthful in your attitude

This will lead the team for greater miles. Players learn from their coaches, and if the coach is not true in nature then that will have a negative effect on the team. One of the examples, if you are not performing well on the projects, then a true leader will say the same on your face. This will not only give you a chance to improve, but also work on the overall development as a team.

  • Choose the best members of the team

Best Member of The TeamYou cannot expect a team to give excellent performance if the team itself has got weak players. The same goes for the companies, if the employees are not tough and efficient in their jobs, then one can’t expect to get good results. As a leader or coach, you should make it a point to elect and choose the best candidates for the job.

  • Handling Success is tougher than dealing with Failure

Most of you may think that handling a failure is hard than handling a success. Well, in real life- things go the other way round. When you succeed, people only look at the external variables instead of realizing all the things which have got inside the player to get that performance and output.

So, when you get the success you can’t stay idle and rest – you have to put in more efforts for the next project since the expectations will only increase.

  • Communication is important and much effective than you could imagine.

Keep the communication thing on at all costs! The moment you realize that the talks are reducing, you have to make sure that you are connected with your team members. This will help you in knowing the work stats of your team, and be giving them the feeling that ‘there’s somebody to look after your works’.

  • Be ready at all times, and embrace the Change. In short, Go with the Flow!

Be ready at all timesIt is important that you are flexible with the work and ready to take up new challenges. If you find yourself stuck with a new project, then ask all your doubts out and give it your best shot. This holds true for both the coaches as well as the team. If the coach has this attitude, then only the team could follow it.

  • What’s success anyway? Let’s redefine it.

With time, the definition of the success has been changing. As the company and the work changes, the definition of success will have a different explanation. You need to understand the definition of success and what it actually means to your firm. Then work together to achieve the goals set!