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Paralympic Games, Rio 2016 : women's 4x100m relay, T11-13 & T35-38, finals, 7-18 September 2016.

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Record Number 513956
LC Call Number GV1060
Item Type Video
Title Paralympic Games, Rio 2016 : women's 4x100m relay, T11-13 & T35-38, finals, 7-18 September 2016.
Published 2016
Description 2 Digital video files (mp4) : sound, colour
Content Type two-dimensional moving image
Media Type computer
Carrier Type other
Notes This material is only available upon request to Clearinghouse member groups B & C. Licensing conditions from International Paralympic Committee apply.
Paralympic classification : T11-13 - Athletes in these classes have a visual impairment which is severe enough to impact on sport. T11 - These athletes have a very low visual acuity and/or no light perception. T12 - Athletes with a T12 sport class have a higher visual acuity than athletes competing in the T11 sport class and/or a visual field of less than five degrees radius. T13 - Athletes with a T13 sport class have the least severe visual impairment eligible for IPC Athletics. They have the highest visual acuity and/or a visual field of less than 20 degrees radius.
Paralympic classification : T35-38 - Athletes in the sport classes T35-38 have sufficient function to run. Athletes are typically affected in all four limbs but more so in the legs than the arms. Running gait is moderately to severely impacted, with stride length typically shortened. T36 - These athletes demonstrate moderate athetosis, ataxia and sometimes hypertonia or a mixture of these which affects all four limbs. The arms are usually similarly or more affected than the legs. Involuntary movements are clearly evident throughout the trunk and/or in the limbs in all sport activities, either when the athlete is attempting to stand still (athetosis) or when attempting a specific movement (tremor). T37 - Athletes have moderate hypertonia, ataxia or athetosis in one half of the body. The other side of the body may be minimally affected but always demonstrates good functional ability in running. Arm action is asymmetrical. Some trunk asymmetry is usually evident. T38 - Athletes have clear evidence of hypertonia, ataxia and/or athetosis on physical assessment that will affect running. Co-ordination impairment is mild to moderate and can be in one to four limbs. Co-ordination and balance are typically mildly affected, and overall these athletes are able to run and jump freely.
Summary 14/9/2016 : Women's 4x100m relay T11-13 final (2 minutes 56 seconds).
15/9/2016 : Women's 4x100m relay T35-38 final (Bronze medal - Australia : Erin Cleaver, Brianna Coop, Jodi Elkington-Jones, Isis Holt, Torita Isaac, Ella Azura Pardy) (4 minutes 21 seconds).
Subjects Cleaver, Erin, 2000-
Coop, Brianna, 1998-
Elkington-Jones, Jodi, 1993-
Holt, Isis, 2001-
Isaac, Torita, 1995-
Pardy, Ella Azura, 1990-
Paralympic Games (15th : 2016 : Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Paralympic Games
People with disabilities
Track and field
relay race
Blind athletes
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