"Life is Climbing!" documents the adventures of paraclimber Koichiro Kobayashi as he defies limitations with the unwavering friendship of his sighted guide.
Shingo Kunieda said that he wanted people to "feel the infinite possibilities of human beings" through his games and also "see wheelchair tennis as a sport."
It would not be an exaggeration to claim that Wheelchair Tennis legend Shingo Kunieda opened the eyes of the Japanese people to the allure of para-sports.
Japan’s tennis great Shingo Kunieda put it well when he said that para-athletes exist to embody the limitless possibilities of human beings.
The fast-paced sport, featuring established stars and promising challengers, provided plenty of excitement on the first day of competition.
From Winter to Summer Games: just two months after she started practicing the sport in 2019, Muraoka broke the then-Japanese record in the women’s 100m track...
Children in Beppu interact with people with disabilities every day. They grow up accepting that those with disabilities are just as much a natural part of...