Tuesday, 18 March 2014 01:00

“Reaching the Impossible”, the closing ceremony of Paralympic Games

Together with the closing ceremony of Winter Paralympic Games on Sunday has been brought to end the 2014 Winter Olympic Season, in the Russia's Black Sea resort city of Sochi.

The Russia's first ever Winter Paralympic Games was held in Sochi between March 7 and 16, with over nine days of the competitions were 547 Paralympic athletes from 45 countries took part in them, competing for 72 sets of medals in five Paralympic sports.

We can say that every day of competition was as a "spectacular", because seeing top athletes from around the world competing at the highest level after overcoming a range of impairments is truly special in a way that can't be matched.
The theme of the closing ceremony show was "Reaching the impossible".

Giant blocks from the video game Tetris spelled the word Impossible high above the audience, and after this an extra block appeared as an apostrophe and changed the meaning to I'm Possible. It was colorful and spectacular ceremony, that it shows that impossible becomes possible thanks to willpower, dedication and perseverance.

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