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Équipe Olympique Iran

Les 54 athlètes iraniens participeront bien aux épreuves des Jeux Olympiques de Londres 2012, y compris celles où ils affronteront des israéliens, a assuré leur chef de mission. L’Iran avait été critiqué par le passé pour avoir retiré ses sportifs des Jeux d’Athènes et de Pékin parce qu’ils se retrouvaient face à des Israéliens. “Nous [...]

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2016 Rio Paralympics - Opening Ceremony

Flag bearear Eshrat Kordestani of Iran leads the team entering the stadium during the Opening Ceremony of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games at Maracana Stadium on September 7, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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2016 Rio Paralympics - Day 5

Iran's Somayeh Abbaspour (L) and Hadi Nori compete against South Korea during the mixed team compound open qualifier of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games at the Sambodromo in Rio de Janeiro on September 12, 2016. / AFP / YASUYOSHI CHIBA

Rio Paralympics 2016: Iranian Para-cyclist dies after crash Bahman Golbarnezhad Iranian Para-cyclistBahman Golbarnezhaddied after a crash during the men's C4-5 road race at the Rio Paralympics.The International Paralympic Committee said Bahman Golbarnezhad 48 suffered cardiac arrest after the incident on a "mountainous stretch" of circuit. He passed away at anearby Unimed Rio Hospital in Barra where soon after arrival An investigation into the circumstances of the accident has been…

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Photos of the Week: 9/10-9/16

8-foot-1-inch-tall Morteza Mehrzadselakjani of Iran's sitting volleyball team…

Brazil 5s extend winning streak to claim Paralympic gold 17.09.2016 The Rio 2016 hosts defeated Iran 1-0 in the football 5-a-side final to take title and maintain a 100 per cent record at Paralympic Games - Brazil Football 5-a-Side


Players of Iran's women’s national soccer team react after withdrawing from their qualifying match against Jordan for the 2012 London Olympic Games June 3. The Iranian team were banned from the match on Friday in the 2nd round of qualifiers in protest against guidelines on their veil. The FIFA woman’s association requires that any covering used does not cover the neck and ears. In Iran all women are required to cover their hair in public to conform to the Islamic dress code. (Amen, Sistah!)