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Sunday, September 09 2012
Closing Cerimony
Called the "Feast of the flame" the closing ceremony of the Paralympic Games in London was a festival full of color and music. We have spended twelve days challenging and tiring but everyone return with some more expirance. Thanks to the 4200 athletes who have particepate strongly and with enthusiasm, passion, pride and the desire to win.  









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Sunday, September 09 2012
Eleventh
Last day of the Paralympic Games, the days have passed too quickly but I'll bring with me many emotions. Through the camera I have lived and shared the emotions of the athletes, I had fun with them, I fought,  I laughed and even cried. As the last game I chose to follow the rugby. Players in wheelchair, but with the same team spirit and determination of those who can use their legs to run at goal. Players who use wheelchairs battleships, show their teeth and collide with vehemence and anger for possession of the ball. Through the lens of my camera to each game I wondered why 'are defined differently abled, for me are just super human.








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Saturday, September 08 2012
Tenth day
"I will give some of the prize money to my mother and family and then I will build a gym so the next generation in Thailand can play boccia."
So to make Pattaya Tadtong when he returns home to his family after winning gold in a beautiful boccia.
On the penultimate day of the Paralympic Games, where all eyes are on the great events of athletics, I prefer going to shoot boccia, a anknown sport and I would say almost marginal where the protagonists are young boys with more or less severe cerebral palsy and motor coordination that they confront openly making points on points with extreme precision and logic.
In their simplicity, intelligence and humility I have filled my heart with tenderness and for the first time I am taking pictures with eyes full of tears.








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Friday, September 07 2012
Ninth days
When arrive in a stadium, there is often a deafening music between the periods or between the games.
Between the songs more frequent there is "London Calling" by Clash. Of course itks the verses that incite at the battle and it's all the song about the social conflict in UK in the '80.
Listining it I had a thinking..... Can a little verse mean the whole song? Can a photo mean the reality or it's only a little part of the reality? Can a Paralimpic Games mean the life of a disabled person? Of course the answer was No in all questions. Certainly the Paralimpic Games are an important part of the life of a disable that practice sport.
 








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Thursday, September 06 2012
Eighth day
Show th teeth, exhibit the muscles, screaming to intimidate the opponent. This is the beginning of the fight. Each contender seeks above all to win on the morale of the opponent: "I'm bigger, stronger, and I'll beat you." In sports this is called exult. It's common to all disciplines, from the most "aggressive" to those more meditative. Cheer unleashed adrenaline, brings out very quickly throughout the tension built up during the race. Concentration and precision for a moment give way to the instinct that leads to scream to the best of its ability and raise their arms to the sky. Athletes often do, when they win or simply when they complete an important action. Exult is part of the game and the opponent knows it.








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Wednesday, September 05 2012
Seventh day
today we were at Brands Hatch, where we followed cycling. Different categories of athletes are been the subject of more races, individual blind cyclists in tandem. We can only try to imagine what blind people can fell riding in the wind. they can only do that with the help of another person. And then hand bike, it's wonderfull how these athletes, with only the use of arms, can reach in strength and speed the classic racing bicycles.








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Tuesday, September 04 2012
Sixth day
Today all'Aquatics Center have fought many records, 5 paralympic records and 8 world record. The races are divided into categories based on the disability of athletes who are all young and their record is to be here today to really prove their worth. They also reached the final two Italian athletes, Efrem Morelli sixth in the 100 breaststroke and Federico Morlacchi who won bronze in the 400 freestyle.








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Monday, September 03 2012
Fifth day
Born with some problems, have an accident o a disease is natural. This depend only in few case from an human actions. Other possibility to became disable is a conseguence of an human choice. The war.
Today at the Excel Arena there is Bosnia Erzegovina versus Rwanda. Croatian, serbs and musulms versus hutu and tutzi. Many of them could avoid losing arms and legs when reason, dialogue and diplomacy had prevailed.








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Sunday, September 02 2012
Fourth days
In the rain at Eton Dorney today ended rowing. The stands are always full of Union Jack waving ready to cheer and encourage their atlets they definitely have an edge. Cheer for the athlete is extremely strong. It 'easy understandable as a stadium or arena can become saturated with screams and applause, but it is difficult to imagine a roar like in a completely open space on a lake. Thanks to Stefanoni Daniele and De Maria Silvia for letting us experience the true harmony that there must be between two athletes. Congratulations to the boys and girls in the mixed four for giving us a close race to the end.
In swimming it's bronze Cecilia Camellini in a battery that has seen the first four athletes in just 50 hundredths of a second.








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Saturday, September 01 2012
Third day
Today we started to Excel  with athletes from different sports, judo, sitting volley and table tennis, and ends at the stadium with athletics








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Friday, August 31 2012
Second day
Busy day: incredible football played by visually impaired people that move in the field with a bell inside the ball. In the North Greenwich Arena the basketball is dynamism, agility and speed. The spectators encourages the players on the court to restore the show unique and engaging.








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Thursday, August 30 2012
First day
First day of games and raw emotions. Emotions like watching fire an arrow holding the bow with his teeth. Emotions like watching a blind man run in tandem accompanied by his guide. Emotions like seeing throw a ball in a basket from a wheelchair .......
But the biggest thrill is the ease with which everything is done. Ease that comes from having faced and overcome many other challenges in life.








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Wednesday, August 29 2012
Opening Ceremony
Exciting and engaging as it should be. The topic of the Super Humans gave the guideline of the show which was very strong moments, from the stories of the athletes to the most important moment when appeared a giant scale of Marc Quinn's sculpture called 'Alison Lapper Pregnant'. A fast-paced show started at 20:00 and ended only after midnight. This is only the first evening, the Paralympics games will certainly be a continuous emotion.








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Wednesday, July 11 2012
what you can find here?
from the open ceremony of the games, every day you can find in this section a report and a picture to follow with us the Paralympic Games of London 2012
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Sunday, February 26 2012
On air
On air during the paralimpic Games of London 2012: 29 of august - 9 of september 2012




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