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A riot of colour, a splash of celebrity - and an evening that burned bright
by Cahal Milmo
The Independent Translate This Article
10 September 2012
On 10 September 2012 The Independent reported:
What began with a single flame 114 days ago became a conflagration of fire, music, and magnificent sporting memory as the lights were brought down on London 2012 with the Closing Ceremony of the Paralympics. At the heart of the extravaganza were many of the 4,200 athletes whose endeavour has proven once and for all that the Paralympics is a stage for elite sport regardless of body shape. The host nation's team was led by two flagbearers who encapsulated that spirit perhaps more than any others -- wheelchair racer David Weir and cyclist Sarah Storey, the holders of eight gold medals from London 2012 between them. In his closing remarks to London 2012, Games chief Lord Coe said, 'In this country, we will never think of sport in the same way; we will never think of disability in the same way.'
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