TERESA PERALES, championed Paralympic SPANISH TEAM
Teresa Perales, Aragonese swimmer, will be the champion
The Zaragoza Teresa Perales of Spain will be the standard bearer in the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Paralympic Games next Wednesday, August 29, at the Olympic Stadium in Stratford
It was the CommitteeSpanish Paralympic Committee Executive(CPE) who has chosen toTeresa Peralesas a champion of Spain in the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Paralympic Games.
Teresa Perales is 32, suffers from paraplegia and physiotherapistAlso its sports curriculum is full of success, not in vain in his resume listed 16 Paralympic medals (five of them gold), 11 World Championships and 18 European Championships.
Currently serves on the Board of the International Paralympic Committee Athlete, A position he agreed after reaching a record number of votes during the elections of Beijing 2008 and presented for re-election over the London 2012 Paralympic Games.
It was alsodeputy in the Cortes of Aragon, CEO of Care Unit of the Government of Aragon and Public Works advises and Sports in the city of Zaragoza, defended the bid to the IOC Olympic and Paralympic Madrid 2016, and wrote the autobiographical book "My Life on Wheels" .
Throughout most current history, the Paralympic Games Paralympic athletes have had the likes of Sara Carracelas in Athens 2004, the physically disabled athlete Javier Conde, inSydney 2000, the blind athlete José Manuel Rodríguez. Atlanta'96.
From Paraolimpiadas.com luck to all the Spanish team of Paralympic athletes!