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  • Tunisian paralympians return home to heroes’ welcome



    Walid Ktila one of Tunisia's Paralympic heroes. (Paralympic.org Photo)


    Tunisian athletes taking part in the 2016 Paralympic Games returned home to a heroes’ welcome on Wednesday after their great performance in the Rio de Janeiro Games where they won 19 medals (7 gold, 6 silver and bronze).
    They were welcomed by Prime Minister Youssef Chahed, Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Majdoline Cherni and several members of the government and sports and political figures and family members of athletes.
    "Tunisia is proud of your achievements. You are an example for all Tunisians, said the Prime Minister. You have made a great performance despite the modest resources available to you thanks to your determination and your fighting spirit.
    Tunisia needs that determination in this difficult time to overcome all difficulties" he said.
    Athlete Walid Ktila, winner of a gold medal in Men’s 100m (T34) and a silver medal in 800m T33/T34 expressed his great joy for the welcome reserved to the Tunisian team.
    “All athletes have done their best to honor Tunisia during these games. These results are the fruit of hard work and great efforts and I thank the Tunisian public for their support."
    For her part, Najah Chouaya said her silver medal in the 1500m (T12-13) in her first Paralympic Games was not easy at all. "
    "I am very happy to have succeeded in my mission in Brazil, said for her part Raouaa Tlili, winner of two gold medals in javelin (F41) and discus throw (F40-41).
    I got the gold in discus throw and I beat the world record and I also won the gold medal in the javelin. My joy was twice with the reaction of the Tunisian public, she said. I hope I will repeat these feats in the Tokyo Paralympics 2020.”
    Tunisia has finished on the top of Arab and African countries in the athletics’ event and sixth worldwide in the same discipline.
    Tunisia’s MEDALS
    Gold / 7
    ATHLETICS MEN'S 100M - T34
    Walid KTILA
    ATHLETICS MEN'S 1500M - T38
    Abbes SAIDI
    ATHLETICS WOMEN'S 1500M - T12/13
    Somaya BOUSAID
    ATHLETICS WOMEN'S CLUB THROW - F31/32
    Maroua BRAHMI
    ATHLETICS WOMEN'S DISCUS THROW - F40/41
    Raoua TLILI
    ATHLETICS WOMEN'S SHOT PUT - F32
    Maroua BRAHMI
    ATHLETICS WOMEN'S SHOT PUT - F41
    Raoua TLILI
    Silver / 6
    ATHLETICS MEN'S 800M - T33/34
    Walid KTILA
    ATHLETICS WOMEN'S 1500M - T12/13
    Najah CHOUAYA
    ATHLETICS WOMEN'S JAVELIN THROW - F53/54
    Hania AIDI
    ATHLETICS WOMEN'S SHOT PUT - F40
    Rima ABDELLI
    ATHLETICS WOMEN'S SHOT PUT - F41
    Samar BEN KOELLEB
    ATHLETICS WOMEN'S SHOT PUT - F54
    Hania AIDI
    Bronze / 6
    ATHLETICS MEN'S 400M - T54
    Yassine GHARBI
    ATHLETICS MEN'S 5000M - T12/13
    Bilel ALOUI
    ATHLETICS MEN'S SHOT PUT - F40
    Smaali BOUAABID
    ATHLETICS WOMEN'S 400M - T37
    Neda BAHI
    ATHLETICS WOMEN'S DISCUS THROW - F40/41
    Fathia AMAIMIA
    ATHLETICS WOMEN'S SHOT PUT - F54
    Fadhila NAFATI


    Bravo à tous ces Champions Nawartouna Merci! 19 médailles en tout dont 7 en or .

  • Tunisie : Les primes accordées aux champions paralympiques revues à la hausse

    La présidence du gouvernement a annoncé, cet après-midi, que le chef du gouvernement, Youssef Chahed, a décidé d'accorder aux champions paralympiques les mêmes primes que celles qui ont été accordées aux champions olympiques. Les athlètes qui ont remporté des médailles d'or recevront donc 100 mille dinars chacun.
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    Ils le méritent ces champions et même ils méritent plus que les autres, vue leurs courages et de bien nous représenter c'est eux les olympique et tout les autres sports se sont des paralympiques réellement.