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The Paralympic Games in Tokyo will take place between August 24, 2021- September 5, 2021, about two weeks after the end of the Olympic Games.
The Games will be held at the same facilities where the Olympic Games are held and under the same organizing committee.
The games will host 4,350 athletes from 170 countries in 22 sports.
Israel’s 33 member National Team to the Tokyo Paralympic Games is composed of athletes from different clubs throughout the country. Out of these, 18 are athletes training at the Beit Halochem Centers, 5 of which are Zahal Disabled Veterans (marked by an asterix* on list below).
The athletes include 8 swimmers, 7 rowers, 4 tennis players, 6 goal ball players, 2 shooters, a table tennis player, a kayaker, a powerlifter, a Boccia player, a badminton player and an iron ball thrower.
The ZDVO/Beit Halochem Athletes
Tel Aviv’s Beit Halochem:
Moran Samuel in a single boat – women
Shmulik Daniel* in a single boat – men
Quartet Rowing Boat – Barak Hatzor*, Achiya Klein*, Simona Goren, Michal Feinblatt and Marlina Miller serving as their Helmsman.
Women’s team in goal ball for the blind and visually impaired:
Lehi Ben David, Ilham Mahmid, Roni Ohayon, Uri Mizrahi, Gal Hamrani, Noa Malka.
Haifa’s Beit Halochem:
Jerusalem’s Beit Halochem: