Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

Australia at the 1994 FESPIC Games

Australia sent a team of 94 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.

There had been significant changes in Paralympic sport in Australia in 1994, the year after the announcements that Sydney would host the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The APC had a new President, a new Executive Officer and a new program of government funding, targeted at 2000, had been announced – the Olympic Athlete Program.

Despite this activity, it seems that the FESPIC Games were a low priority, barely rating a mention in the annual report for that year of the Australian Paralympic Federation.

Australia sent a team of more than 100 athletes to the 1994 FESPIC Games in Beijing.