The Center Fixes Wheelchairs Is To Be Set up At Paralympic Village

According to NHK Net News Web Easy, The Tokyo Paralympic begins on 24th. About 4,400 athletes from approximately 160 countries and areas are participating it. Many athletes stay at the Paralympic Village at Chuo ku, Tokyo. Inside the Paralympic Village, the center, where wheelchairs and prostheses that athletes uses are to be fixed and to be checked, is to be set up. Because the wheelchairs that are used for Rugby and Tennis are different, technicians are checking numbers of its tires. Necessary goods are divided based on its sizes and types in order to fix them for a short time.

More than 100 technicians will be gathered from 23 countries. There will be no cost to fix.

The stuff at the center has said 「We would like to help the athletes,who have been training for 5 years, to feel comfortable to play at the game」

Photo provided By NHK

パラリンピックの選手村せんしゅむらくるまいすなどをなおすセンターができる

[8月17日 12時00分]

東京とうきょうパラリンピック24日にじゅうよっかはじまります。160ぐらいのくに地域ちいきから4400にん選手せんしゅ参加さんかします。おおくの選手せんしゅ東京都とうきょうと中央区ちゅうおうく選手村せんしゅむら生活せいかつします。

選手村せんしゅむらなかに、選手せんしゅ使つかくるまいす義足ぎそくなどをなおしたり、チェックしたりするセンターができました。テニスやラグビーなどで使つかくるまいすちがうので、技術ぎじゅつしゃタイヤかずをチェックしています。みじか時間じかんなおすことができるように、必要ひつよう品物しなものおおきさや種類しゅるいなどでています。

センターには、23のくにから100にん以上いじょう技術ぎじゅつしゃなどがあつまります。なおすためのおかねはかかりません。

センターのひとは「5ねん練習れんしゅうしてきた選手せんしゅたちが、試合しあい気持きもちがよくプレーできるように手伝てつだっていきたいです」とはなしています。

My thought

This Olympic has ended rather successfully. This is a wonderful news to help people with disability. Wishing the Paralympic success as well despite of what is going on in Tokyo right now.

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I am a native Japanese who teaches Japanese to non-Japanese speaker as a private tutor. Teach from a beginner to Intermediate level. location in London.
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