Job seeking with Autism (My Perfect Family: Hunter)
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Job seeking with Autism (My Perfect Family: Hunter)

* (JAUNTY, UPBEAT MUSIC) (MUSIC CONTINUES) (GRUNTS) (GRUNTS) I better let them out. All right, ladies, out you go! (CHICKENS CLUCK) (CHUCKLES) Score! Three eggs. Three. My mum makes some superb eggs with these things, and I always top it off with some Kaitaia Fire for good measure. (RELAXED JAZZ MUSIC) How many did we […]

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London 2012 Paralympic Games
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London 2012 Paralympic Games

[Corey] I’m putting all of my time and effort into pursuing this goal of mine, of becoming the best mono-skier in the world. [Narrator] Barely four years after a motor-cross accident left him paralysed, Corey Peters arrived at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic winter games. He’s here to compete in the most dangerous alpine event on […]

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PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games Promo
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PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games Promo

You made yourself a promise. You’ve made progress. You made the team. You made them proud. Now you’ve made it. That’s a lot of ‘making.’ Let’s go break some stuff! Break in the new gear and break out the big guns. Break the competition, break away from the pack. Oh! Hit the brakes! Nice. Break […]

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Paralympic Rower Danny McBride
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Paralympic Rower Danny McBride

Six mornings a week this is where you will find Danny. Training is about 10kms there and back, and his training pace is about 30 strokes per minute. It means he’s putting his oars in the water 1800 times every session. When I first get up in the morning I used to first check outside […]

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PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games: Carl Murphy
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PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games: Carl Murphy

I love snowboarding and I love racing. But I also love winning. I’m continually chasing to get better. 39-year-old Kiwi, Carl Murphy competes in the Paris Snowboard-cross and banked slalom. He’s ranked 3rd in the world. It’s just gone berserk, the level of riding has gone up tenfold. It’s only the second time snowboarding has […]

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Cameron Leslie: Amputee Paralympic Champion
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Cameron Leslie: Amputee Paralympic Champion

Cameron: I always though there was one solid bone in my short arm.. …but hey! There’s two there! That was the biggest surprise that came out of these x-rays… …to see the two bones there. Life would be so much simpler if I had arms and legs. And you didn’t have to adapt your life […]

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Paralympic Champion: Sophie Pascoe
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Paralympic Champion: Sophie Pascoe

♪[music]♪ Sophie Pascoe was an unknown fifteen year old when she went to her first Paralympics in 2008. My biggest goal is for next year to get to the Beijing Paralympics. And hopefully get into a final. She won three gold medals and a silver. Accolades and awards followed. And the winner is… Sophie Pascoe. […]

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Slick as Ice: PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games
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Slick as Ice: PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games

(EXPECTANT MUSIC) (DETERMINED ROCK MUSIC) MALE NARRATOR: New Zealand’s mountainous terrain makes it one of the top ski training destinations in the world. It’s bred hardy Paralympic skiers like… (GRUNTS) Both men travel to Pyeongchang in March for the 2018 Paralympic Games. MAN: It’s gonna be important to go out and do what I do […]

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The Rise of Mary Fisher: Paralympic Swimmer
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The Rise of Mary Fisher: Paralympic Swimmer

[Commentator] Mary Fisher kicking hard in the centre of the lane. But Fisher seemed to come out of the turn like a train there! [Mary] Going into the final ranked second and, you know, to win it… just so cool to see all the sweat, blood and tears totally pay off. You know, you’re not […]

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