Eye-opening experience in para sports for 90 schoolchildren

True challenge: Students experiencing the wheelchair basketball during the Allez Les Champions programme. — Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR: Playing football blindfolded and basketball in a wheelchair is undeniably a life-changing moment for someone not well-versed in para sports and movements.

For Zuri Kyrin Zain Azrain, 16, what began as casual exposure to sports for persons with disabilities underwent a complete transformation that taught her about empathy, allowing her to appreciate and better understand the challenges faced by para athletes.

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