1960
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Athletics results at the summer Paralympics and IPC World Championships from 1960.

Athletics results for summer Paralympics and IPC World Championships from 1960

Athletics results for summer Paralympics and IPC World Championships from 1960
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Results of Australian swimmers at the summer Paralympics and IPC World Championships from 1960.

 

Swimming results for summer Paralympics and IPC World Championships from 1960

Swimming results for summer Paralympics and IPC World Championships from 1960
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Wheelchair basketball results from summer Paralympics and World Championships from 1960.

Wheelchair basketball results at summer Paralympics and World Championships from 1960

Wheelchair basketball results at summer Paralympics and World Championships from 1960
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Table tennis results at the summer Paralympics from 1960.

Table tennis results at the summer Paralympics from 1960

Table tennis results at the summer Paralympics from 1960
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Archery results at the summer Paralympics from 1960.

Archery at the summer Paralympics from 1960

Archery at the summer Paralympics from 1960
1964
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Powerlifting at the summer Paralympics from 1964.

Powerlifting results at the summer Paralympics from 1964

Powerlifting results at the summer Paralympics from 1964
1976
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Shooting results from the summer Paralympics from 1976.

Shooting results at the summer Paralympics from 1976

Shooting results at the summer Paralympics from 1976
1980
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Australia sent two competitors to Geilo – Kyrra Grunnsund, competing in alpine skiing events, and Peter Rickards, who competed in cross-country skiing events.

Australia at the Geilo Winter Paralympics 1980

Australia at the Geilo Winter Paralympics 1980
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List of the members of the 1980 Australian Paralympic Team for the Geilo Games, with links to the members’ Wikipedia articles.

1980 Winter Paralympics Australian Team List

1980 Winter Paralympics Australian Team List
Geilo 1980 Winter Paralympics - Opening Ceremony

Opening Ceremony, 2nd ‘Olympic Winter Games for Disabled’

Opening Ceremony, 2nd ‘Olympic Winter Games for Disabled’

An historic moment, full of anticipation

An historic moment, full of anticipation
Geilo 1980 Winter Paralympics - Peter Rickards (#22) with his sighted guide Elder Hagen (#1122)

Pre-race – Peter Rickards and guide Elder Hagen

Pre-race – Peter Rickards and guide Elder Hagen
Geilo 1980 Winter Paralympics - Peter Rickards with his sighted guide Elder Hagen

Rickards sets off in one of sport’s most demanding events

Rickards sets off in one of sport’s most demanding events

A contrast for Finneran, who was alone four years before

A contrast for Finneran, who was alone four years before

"I just put my name down as a manager or whatever you call it."

Ron Finneran talks about the role of Chef de Mission

Ron Finneran talks about the role of Chef de Mission
Geilo 1980 Winter Paralympics - Kjell Blomgvist, Kyrra Grunnsund and Ron Finneran

Time for a photo before Grunnsund starts his alpine events

Time for a photo before Grunnsund starts his alpine events
Geilo 1980 Winter Paralympics - Kyrra Grunnsund

Kyrra Grunnsund switches to alpine mode

Kyrra Grunnsund switches to alpine mode

To compete at the highest level in two different disciplines is amazing."

Nick Dean reflects on the achievements of Kyrra Grunnsund

Nick Dean reflects on the achievements of Kyrra Grunnsund
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Fifty-three Australian athletes competed at the Arnhem Paralympics.

Australia at the Arnhem Summer Paralympics 1980

Australia at the Arnhem Summer Paralympics 1980
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List of the members of the 1980 Australian Paralympic Team for the Arnhem Games, with links to the members’ Wikipedia articles.

1980 Summer Paralympics Australian Team List

1980 Summer Paralympics Australian Team List

"We can't host it because ah, Russia doesn't have any disabled people"

George Dunstan on why the 1980 Games were in Arnhem, not Moscow

George Dunstan on why the 1980 Games were in Arnhem, not Moscow

Logo of the 1980 ‘Olympic Games for the Disabled’

Logo of the 1980 ‘Olympic Games for the Disabled’

Team members opened the airline menu to find this

Team members opened the airline menu to find this

Joe Egan led the Australian team in the opening ceremony

Joe Egan led the Australian team in the opening ceremony

Only the wheelchair team marched in the opening ceremony

Only the wheelchair team marched in the opening ceremony

Front row seats for the opening ceremony

Front row seats for the opening ceremony

Just one member of the amputee team was allowed to march in the opening ceremony

Just one member of the amputee team was allowed to march in the opening ceremony

"As an Australian team, they were very fragmented"

Don Perriman tells of the teams within the team

Don Perriman tells of the teams within the team

More than just the sport – there was a cultural program too

More than just the sport – there was a cultural program too

What is it with archers and the hats they wear?

What is it with archers and the hats they wear?

“One bad arrow can mean disaster”

“One bad arrow can mean disaster”

GALLERY: Quadriplegia requires unique solutions for archer Trewhella

GALLERY: Quadriplegia requires unique solutions for archer Trewhella

The fast men of the track had one thing in common – beards!

The fast men of the track had one thing in common – beards!

Product placement – Mike Nugent wins in the chair he built

Product placement – Mike Nugent wins in the chair he built

Nugent and Alp receive their medals for the 200m

Nugent and Alp receive their medals for the 200m

A special courage – jumping blind

A special courage – jumping blind

Perfectly balanced and ready to let fly

Perfectly balanced and ready to let fly

Wayne Patchett was Australia’s most successful athlete in Arnhem

Wayne Patchett was Australia’s most successful athlete in Arnhem

In 1980, there was ne’er a blade runner to be seen

In 1980, there was ne’er a blade runner to be seen

Head to head in the wheelchair slalom

Head to head in the wheelchair slalom

‘Poppa’ would never again be there to oversee the Games in person

‘Poppa’ would never again be there to oversee the Games in person

Got a ‘?’ – this is the place to ask

Got a ‘?’ – this is the place to ask

A good transport system is essential at any Paralympics

A good transport system is essential at any Paralympics

Caspers and Kosmala were at home on the range

Caspers and Kosmala were at home on the range

Barbara Caspers, ready for business

Barbara Caspers, ready for business

She used to be an archer, so maybe that explains Libby’s headwear choice

She used to be an archer, so maybe that explains Libby’s headwear choice

You allowed a cameraman where?

You allowed a cameraman where?

Competition standard was high but the scoreboard was basic

Competition standard was high but the scoreboard was basic

Tip-off, Australia vs USA

Tip-off, Australia vs USA

Size isn’t everything, but it helps in basketball

Size isn’t everything, but it helps in basketball
A moment from the game between the Australian and USA in wheelchair basketball at the 1980 summer Paralympics shows the stage of evolution of basketball chairs in 1980. The USA won easily, 87-36.This image is a still from a film made by Donald Worley about Australia's participation at the 1980 Summer Paralympics in Arnhem, Netherlands.

Basketball was a different game in 1980 and so was the equipment

Basketball was a different game in 1980 and so was the equipment

Carolyn Connors guided to the start of the 100m freestyle

Carolyn Connors guided to the start of the 100m freestyle

"The term they used was escort"

George Dunstan on the days when there were no coaches – just escorts

George Dunstan on the days when there were no coaches – just escorts

You can almost feel the drama at the weightlifting

You can almost feel the drama at the weightlifting

A moment of truth for Brian McNicholl

A moment of truth for Brian McNicholl

Back at the athletics, it was a wet, wet track

Back at the athletics, it was a wet, wet track
Australian wheelchair athlete Sue Hobbs (centre) pursues eventual gold medallist Juana Soto of Mexico and to win a silver medal in the women's Class 5 1500m at the 1980 summer Paralympics. Behind Hobbs is Curtiss of the USA, who finished third. Hobbs won three silver medals in athletics at the Games.This image is a still from a film made by Donald Worley about Australia's participation at the 1980 Summer Paralympics in Arnhem, Netherlands.

But there was a silver lining for Sue Hobbs

But there was a silver lining for Sue Hobbs

And you could see the race up close if you wanted to stand trackside

And you could see the race up close if you wanted to stand trackside

Erich Hubel takes silver behind an amazing new world record in the 800m

Erich Hubel takes silver behind an amazing new world record in the 800m

GALLERY: The weird and the wonderful world of sport wheelchair design in 1980

GALLERY: The weird and the wonderful world of sport wheelchair design in 1980

"I'd take my everyday wheels off and put the racing wheels on"

Julie Russell on racing in a ‘convertible’ day chair

Julie Russell on racing in a ‘convertible’ day chair

The Games Village even had its own daily newspaper

The Games Village even had its own daily newspaper

From the track to the dance floor – in the same chair

From the track to the dance floor – in the same chair

A memento of the Games – friendship, unity, sportsmanship

A memento of the Games – friendship, unity, sportsmanship
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1982
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The Australian team of 157 was the largest at the 1982 FESPIC Games in Hong Kong. Australia led the medal winners, with 169 gold, 91 silver and 55 bronze – a total of 315 medals.

Australia at the 1982 FESPIC Games

Australia at the 1982 FESPIC Games
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List of the members of the 1982 Australian FESPIC Games Team

 

1982 Hong Kong Australian FESPIC Games Team

1982 Hong Kong Australian FESPIC Games Team
1984
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Results of Australian cyclists at the summer Paralympics and UCI World Championships from 1984.

 

Cycling results from the summer Paralympics and UCI Para-cycling World Championships from 1984

Cycling results from the summer Paralympics and UCI Para-cycling World Championships from 1984
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Three Australian athletes participated in these Games: Rodney Mill (Cross-Country Skiing), Kyrra Grunnsund (Alpine Skiing) and Andrew Temple (Alpine Skiing).

Australia at the Innsbruck Winter Paralympics 1984

Australia at the Innsbruck Winter Paralympics 1984
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List of the members of the 1984 Australian Paralympic Team for the Innsbruck Games, with links to the members’ Wikipedia articles

1984 winter Paralympics Australian Team List

1984 winter Paralympics Australian Team List
1984 Innsbruck Winter Games Australian Team and coach L-R: Ron Finneran (head of delegation), Rodney Mill, Mill's guide, James Milner (coach), Kyrra Grunnsund, Andrew Temple, Bruce Abele (coach, front).

Australian Team, Innsbruck Winter Games

Australian Team, Innsbruck Winter Games
Australian Team leader Ron Finneran at the 1984 Innsbruck Winter Paralympics

GALLERY: Portraits of the Australian Team

GALLERY: Portraits of the Australian Team
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Australia took a team of 58 athletes to the VII World Wheelchair Games, in Stoke Mandeville, and a team of 66 to the International Games for the Disabled, in New York.

Australia at the Stoke Mandeville and New York Summer Paralympics 1984

Australia at the Stoke Mandeville and New York Summer Paralympics 1984
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List of the members of the 1984 Australian Paralympic Team for the New York Games, with links to the members’ Wikipedia articles.

1984 Summer Paralympics Australian Team List New York City/ Stoke Mandeville

1984 Summer Paralympics Australian Team List New York City/ Stoke Mandeville

"So it really didn't feel like a Paralympic Games"

Don Perriman on how the 1984 Games were split by an ocean

Don Perriman on how the 1984 Games were split by an ocean

The first part of the 1984 Games was in New York

The first part of the 1984 Games was in New York

A plethora of Australian flags at the opening ceremony in New York

A plethora of Australian flags at the opening ceremony in New York

US President Ronald Reagan opened the Games in New York

US President Ronald Reagan opened the Games in New York

Looking sharp in their opening ceremony clobber

Looking sharp in their opening ceremony clobber

Personal identity and accreditation card for Joe Egan

Personal identity and accreditation card for Joe Egan

The amputee section was the largest and most successful in New York

The amputee section was the largest and most successful in New York

Egan gets bronze in a blanket finish in the men’s A4 100m

Egan gets bronze in a blanket finish in the men’s A4 100m

Relay gold and the first Paralympic gold medal by an Indigenous Australian

Relay gold and the first Paralympic gold medal by an Indigenous Australian

Did spectators pay extra for a track-side view?

Did spectators pay extra for a track-side view?

Just a minute Peter Trotter, shouldn’t you be in Stoke Mandeville?

Just a minute Peter Trotter, shouldn’t you be in Stoke Mandeville?

Making a new friend in New York

Making a new friend in New York

“Home” during the Games

“Home” during the Games

Move over Elizabeth, as young Anne makes a splash

Move over Elizabeth, as young Anne makes a splash

Skateboards and Paralympic medals at the pool

Skateboards and Paralympic medals at the pool

The Closing Ceremony – a chance to have fun

The Closing Ceremony – a chance to have fun

The wheelchair competition was an ocean away, in England

The wheelchair competition was an ocean away, in England

GALLERY: Handwritten congratulations to the selected team

GALLERY: Handwritten congratulations to the selected team

Just the one Aussie flag carried at the Stoke Mandeville opening

Just the one Aussie flag carried at the Stoke Mandeville opening

The Games opens, and Kevin Coombs gives Prince Charles a hat

The Games opens, and Kevin Coombs gives Prince Charles a hat

Susan Davies added to Australia’s medal tradition in Archery

Susan Davies added to Australia’s medal tradition in Archery

And Eric Klein continued the tradition of distinctive hats

And Eric Klein continued the tradition of distinctive hats

The track team, ready to roll in Stoke Mandeville

The track team, ready to roll in Stoke Mandeville

Alan Dufty set the pace on the track

Alan Dufty set the pace on the track
Peter Trotter saets off on the final leg of the 4x400m relay at the 1984 summer Paralympics. The Australian team finished third, some distance behind the first two teams, but still under the previous world record. This image is a still from a film made by Donald Worley about Australia's participation at the 1984 Summer Paralympics in Stoke Mandeville, England.

And Peter Trotter added a full set of individual medals

And Peter Trotter added a full set of individual medals

The satisfaction of a world record for Mike Nugent

The satisfaction of a world record for Mike Nugent

A famous victory at the home of the Paralympic movement

A famous victory at the home of the Paralympic movement

Was Mike Nugent channelling this guy?

Was Mike Nugent channelling this guy?

A touch on the shoulder and on the way

A touch on the shoulder and on the way

Thin was in for racing chairs, but so was feet first

Thin was in for racing chairs, but so was feet first

Well, a Ferrari from those days looks a bit dated also…

Well, a Ferrari from those days looks a bit dated also…

Big Terry winds up for discus gold

Big Terry winds up for discus gold

Always good to have your teammates behind you, especially in javelin

Always good to have your teammates behind you, especially in javelin

Tip-off, as Australia takes on Great Britain in basketball

Tip-off, as Australia takes on Great Britain in basketball
A scene for the wheelchair basketball game between Australian and Great Britain at the 1984 summer Paralympics. Great Britain won the game. This image is a still from a film made by Donald Worley about Australia's participation at the 1984 Summer Paralympics in Stoke Mandeville, England.

Reclassification of several players affected the basketball team’s line-ups

Reclassification of several players affected the basketball team’s line-ups

Libby Kosmala lets nothing distract her from dominating her sport

Libby Kosmala lets nothing distract her from dominating her sport

And Barbara Caspers chimed in with four shooting golds of her own

And Barbara Caspers chimed in with four shooting golds of her own

Wayne Ryding was one of just two Aussie gold medalists in the Stoke Mandeville pool

Wayne Ryding was one of just two Aussie gold medalists in the Stoke Mandeville pool

“Marathon runners, on your marks…” for the first Paralympic marathon

“Marathon runners, on your marks…” for the first Paralympic marathon
Jan Randles examines her raw hands after winning the women's class 4 wheelchair marathon at the 1984 summer Paralympics. It was the first Paralympic Games marathon. This image is a still from a film made by Donald Worley about Australia's participation at the 1984 Summer Paralympics in Stoke Mandeville, England.

Jan Randles was Australia’s first female marathon gold medallist

Jan Randles was Australia’s first female marathon gold medallist

Welcome home for Caspers and Kosmala

Welcome home for Caspers and Kosmala
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1986
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The Australian Team continued its record of FESPIC Games success in Surakarta, winning 176 medals in total, 104 gold, 44 silver medals and 28 bronze medals.

Australia at the 1986 FESPIC Games

Australia at the 1986 FESPIC Games
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List of the members of the 1986 Australian FESPIC Games team with links to team members’ Wikipedia articles.

1986 Surakarta FESPIC Games Australian Team

1986 Surakarta FESPIC Games Australian Team
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List of the members of the 1986 Australian FESPIC Games Team

1986 Surakarta Australian FESPIC Games Team

1986 Surakarta Australian FESPIC Games Team
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Mr Graham Pryke was succeeded as President of the ACSD by Barbara Worley, who became the most influential person in disability sport in Australia.

A new ACSD boss and greater Paralympic engagement

A new ACSD boss and greater Paralympic engagement
1988
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Boccia results at the summer Paralympics from 1988.

Boccia results at the summer Paralympics from 1988

Boccia results at the summer Paralympics from 1988
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Wheelchair tennis results at the summer Paralympics from 1988.

Wheelchair tennis at the summer Paralympics from 1988

Wheelchair tennis at the summer Paralympics from 1988
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Australia took five competitors to the 1988 Innsbruck Winter Paralympics, all Alpine skiers.

Australia at the Innsbruck Winter Paralympics 1988

Australia at the Innsbruck Winter Paralympics 1988
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List of the members of the 1988 Australian Paralympic Team for the Innsbruck Games, with links to the members’ Wikipedia articles.

1988 winter Paralympics Australian Team list

1988 winter Paralympics Australian Team list

Team training before heading to Innsbruck

Team training before heading to Innsbruck

David Munk carves it up in pre-Games training

David Munk carves it up in pre-Games training

Michael Collins enjoyed the Stubai Galcier weather before getting down to business

Michael Collins enjoyed the Stubai Galcier weather before getting down to business

Members of the 1988 Australian winter Paralympic Team

Members of the 1988 Australian winter Paralympic Team

"As a 14 year old, your're sitting there with 2 of the best 5 guys in the world."

Michael Milton talks about his first Paralympic Games

Michael Milton talks about his first Paralympic Games

A very young Michael Milton gets set for his first Paralympic event

A very young Michael Milton gets set for his first Paralympic event

And then Milton’s off!

And then Milton’s off!

Full focus for Evan Hodge in the downhill, the speed event

Full focus for Evan Hodge in the downhill, the speed event

"I had to go to the meeting and withdraw my application"

Dr John Grant on Australia’s bid to host the 1988 Paralympics

Dr John Grant on Australia’s bid to host the 1988 Paralympics

Not just sport, there were other stories as well

Not just sport, there were other stories as well
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At a national level, the Seoul Paralympic Games were significant, as they represented a concerted effort to organise, fund and send a truly national Australian team.

Australia at the Seoul Summer Paralympics 1988

Australia at the Seoul Summer Paralympics 1988
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List of the members of the 1988 Australian Paralympic Team for the Seoul Games, with links to the members’ Wikipedia articles.

1988 Summer Paralympics Australian Team List

1988 Summer Paralympics Australian Team List

The 1988 team was the best funded to that time due to a national effort

The 1988 team was the best funded to that time due to a national effort

And the fundraising efforts generated lots of photo opportunities

And the fundraising efforts generated lots of photo opportunities

"It was really disability specific, which really didn't sit well with me."

But Australia again sent a team separated into disability sub-teams, as Chris Nunn explains

But Australia again sent a team separated into disability sub-teams, as Chris Nunn explains

The Seoul Games were the first to be officially called “Paralympics”

The Seoul Games were the first to be officially called “Paralympics”

South Korea was rapidly modernising but that brought its own issues

South Korea was rapidly modernising but that brought its own issues

GALLERY: Opening ceremony of the Seoul Paralympics

GALLERY: Opening ceremony of the Seoul Paralympics

Let the athletics begin – Australia’s premier sport in Seoul

Let the athletics begin – Australia’s premier sport in Seoul

"I'm going to win a gold medal. I really, really have to race."

Norma Beer tells the extraordinary story of Deahnne McIntyre’s path to gold

Norma Beer tells the extraordinary story of Deahnne McIntyre’s path to gold

From the operating table to the dais – the amazing Games of Deahnne McIntyre

From the operating table to the dais – the amazing Games of Deahnne McIntyre

Jane Buckley and David Goodman seem pleased with how things are going

Jane Buckley and David Goodman seem pleased with how things are going

And why not? The VI athletes had a great Games

And why not? The VI athletes had a great Games

There were medals to show off

There were medals to show off

And places to go

And places to go

If you wanted to fly

If you wanted to fly

Or keep your feet on the ground

Or keep your feet on the ground

Bruce Wallrodt had to be tied down

Bruce Wallrodt had to be tied down

Before he rose above his competition

Before he rose above his competition

GALLERY: But the rock stars of the Australian team were the ‘Awesome Foursome’

GALLERY: But the rock stars of the Australian team were the ‘Awesome Foursome’

"It really changed my life in the way I look at other people and what can be achieved."

Chris Nunn talks about how coaching in Seoul hooked him on Paralympic sport

Chris Nunn talks about how coaching in Seoul hooked him on Paralympic sport

For the first time, an Australian TV network sent a crew to the Games

For the first time, an Australian TV network sent a crew to the Games

Libby provided another good news story at the shooting

Libby provided another good news story at the shooting

And Stan’s win made the Kosmalas the first ever married gold medalists

And Stan’s win made the Kosmalas the first ever married gold medalists

In wheelchair basketball, Australia was seeking to close the gap

In wheelchair basketball, Australia was seeking to close the gap

The game against Argentina was positive

The game against Argentina was positive

Even if it had its moments

Even if it had its moments

David Gould played the second Paralympics of his long career

David Gould played the second Paralympics of his long career

And our basketballers didn’t lack for local supporters

And our basketballers didn’t lack for local supporters

Organisation and coordination was a strong feature of the Seoul Games

Organisation and coordination was a strong feature of the Seoul Games

In transport, an old and tested method was used to quickly load wheelchair users

In transport, an old and tested method was used to quickly load wheelchair users

At the pool, a future swimming hall of famer waits to be announced

At the pool, a future swimming hall of famer waits to be announced

While the race is on – towels, tracksuits, crutches and legs await

While the race is on – towels, tracksuits, crutches and legs await

Greg Hammond won two of Australia’s five swimming gold medals

Greg Hammond won two of Australia’s five swimming gold medals

Legs in the basket and game faces on

Legs in the basket and game faces on

The frenzy of a 4x50m freestyle relay

The frenzy of a 4x50m freestyle relay

In the Village, the Chef de Mission had plenty to keep him occupied

In the Village, the Chef de Mission had plenty to keep him occupied

While others get to grips with computer technology

While others get to grips with computer technology

And away from the Village, young Koreans meet the Paralympians

And away from the Village, young Koreans meet the Paralympians

Or back at the track, it seems the era of ‘gentlemen racers’ has returned

Or back at the track, it seems the era of ‘gentlemen racers’ has returned

But no-one told Peter Trotter

But no-one told Peter Trotter

Richard Cordukes looks relaxed before this race

Richard Cordukes looks relaxed before this race

Three Australians contested the 100m final for leg amputees

Three Australians contested the 100m final for leg amputees

Robert Biancucci proved his versatility from 200m to 1500m

Robert Biancucci proved his versatility from 200m to 1500m

Be prepared – bring a spare leg

Be prepared – bring a spare leg

Rodney Nugent on his way to one of his seven medals in Seoul

Rodney Nugent on his way to one of his seven medals in Seoul

The drama of performing in the big arena

The drama of performing in the big arena

Another Games, another javelin medal for Donna Smith

Another Games, another javelin medal for Donna Smith

Carmel Williams was Australia’s only female table tennis player in a team of nine

Carmel Williams was Australia’s only female table tennis player in a team of nine

The 1988 Australian team symbol was a play on the official Games mascots

The 1988 Australian team symbol was a play on the official Games mascots

"I really came back from that trip fired up about making a difference."

Chris Nunn talks about the changes that needed to be made to be more successful

Chris Nunn talks about the changes that needed to be made to be more successful

The final Games for Don Worley, capturing images and film from 1972

The final Games for Don Worley, capturing images and film from 1972

GALLERY: “The flame that lit the world … is now slowly burning out.”

GALLERY: “The flame that lit the world … is now slowly burning out.”
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1989
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In 1989, Adrienne Smith assumed the presidency of the Australian Confederation of Sports for the Disabled.

Presidency of the ACSD changes again

Presidency of the ACSD changes again
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Australia finished 3rd in the gold medal count in Kobe and 2nd in the total medal count behind a dominant performance by the host nation, Japan.

Australia at the 1989 FESPIC Games

Australia at the 1989 FESPIC Games
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List of the members of the 1989 Australian FESPIC Games Team with links to Team members’ Wikipedia articles.

1989 Kobe FESPIC Games Australian Team

1989 Kobe FESPIC Games Australian Team
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1989 Kobe Australian FESPIC Games Team

1989 Kobe Australian FESPIC Games Team