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Post by Tenez on Sat Dec 05, 2015 12:09 pm

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/disability-sport/34416909

Currently on the Beeb. Quite impressive what they can do from a rolling chair. However I am not sure why disabled sport is televised.

What about "Father of 3" tevelised tennis competition?

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Re: Disabilty tennis

Post by ... on Sat Dec 05, 2015 3:09 pm

Tenez wrote:http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/disability-sport/34416909

Currently on the Beeb. Quite impressive what they can do from a rolling chair. However I am not sure why disabled sport is televised.

What about "Father of 3" tevelised tennis competition?
Laugh

Maybe if you were a heavily tattooed, pierced, transexual father of three...fill out the rest... you'd get a chance.

However much it's wonderful disabled people have a chance to enjoy sport, it's perverse to televise it.

All part of desentisizing society.


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Post by Daniel on Sat Dec 05, 2015 3:10 pm

There's nothing wrong with the odd televised disabled sports competition.  These people work every bit as hard as someone who isn't disabled and it would be a real shame if they were not recognized for that in any way.  They deserve to have some recognition - it's not their fault they are disabled.  I mean imagine being like those people and then being told you can't have a live sports contest?  That you aren't worthy for that because you're missing some limbs.

That's quite an ignorant position to have. Thumbs Up

Also, wouldn't wheelchair tennis actually be a fairer sport across the board?  I mean you are relying on arm strength a lot more and height a lot less.  And the slow ass courts wouldn't phase a good shot.

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