Fran Rutherford Christchurch, Dorset CAPGI AFTER reading the story Para Pioneers last week about the first Games for athletes with disabilities, I can hardly wait for the Paralympics.
What does AWD stand for?
AWD stands for Athletes with Disabilities
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- Alternate World Database
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- Americans with Disabilities
- Amiga Web Directory
- Appalaches Western Dance (French: Appalachian Western Dance; est. 2008)
- Arachnophobia Web Design
- Area Wage Determination
- Arian Web Designers
- Artists with Disabilities
- Association of Welding Distribution
- Automated Work Distributor
- Automatic Weighing Device
- Automatische Waehleinrichtung fur Datenverbindungen
- Available Water Determination (Australia)
- Available Without Declaration
- Average Winning Distance
- Avis Worldwide Discount Number (promotional ID)
- Awaiting Departure
- Microsoft Fax At Work Document (file extension)
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It will also help provide athletes with disabilities with the vision care and correction needed, and increase public awareness of the specific health care needs they have.
Believing that sport and recreation are valuable activities to enhance health and wellness, build self-esteem, include people with disabilities in the community, and allow individuals to reach their maximum potential, Wyeth combined leadership, creativity, and perseverance to advance the cause for athletes with disabilities everywhere.
The awards, organised by the English Federation of Disability Sports (EFDS) and sponsored by local energy provider npower, recognise the sporting achievements of athletes with disabilities from across the North East.
An annotated list of organizations to contact, such as America's Athletes With Disabilities, is appended.
The awards, organised by the English Federation of Disability Sports (EFDS) and sponsored by energy provider npower, recognise the sporting achievements of athletes with disabilities from across the North-east.
Most recently, America's Athletes with Disabilities named Boccio as the first-ever recipient of its Women & Diversity Award 2002.
``They've arrived at a place in the world, the pinnacle of competition for world-class athletes with disabilities.