DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SWIMMING AND PARA-SWIMMING
Swimming- is the sport or activity using your body through water combination of arm and leg motions. This is the best way to do during hot summer days.
Para Swimming- Fully integrated swimming program for person's with a disability. The classsification at the Paralympic are a way to group athletes with similar abilities to make the competition fair, their classes assigned based on the physical, intellectual and visual abilities of an athlete 일본야동닷컴
Chinese para-swimmer Zheng Tao has now won four gold medals and broken several records at Tokyo Paralympics 2020 despite having no arms. Zheng had lost his hands as a child after getting electrocuted. He dominated with wins in freestyle, backstroke, and butterfly. All of his individual wins have been world or Paralympic records.
As one of the most successful Para swimmers in China, Tao came to swimming after being talent spotted by a local sports association. It was not until he Paralympic debut at London 2012 that his profile began to grow. As a result of an electric shock as a child, he lost both arms. In the pool, this of course means that he can only propel himself using his legs. And so the image of a young athlete swimming without arms became one of the most popular moments of London 2012 and captured the imagination of millions.