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Proud Paralympian Leaders Announced for EPYG 2019

Posted 4/23/2019
















The Proud Paralympian Programme is for Paralympians and Para athletes who are aspiring to compete at the Paralympic Games. It aims to inspire and educate athletes to be the best they can be, both on and off the field of play.

Athletes can take part in workshops and activities at competitions such as EPYG 2019, delivered by Proud Paralympian Leaders to help current athletes achieve their best. 

The EPYG 2019 LOC is excited to announce the appointment of two Proud Paralympian Leaders, Erin Latimer and Phelipe Rodrigues, who will deliver workshops during EPYG 2019!

Check out their Profiles below: 

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Apply to Volunteer at EPYG 2019

Posted 4/9/2019

With less than 100 days until the European Paralympic Youth Games, we're looking to recruit over 120 volunteers to help make the games a success! 

EPYG 2019, which will be held in Pajulahti from the 25-30th June, promises to be a spectacle of Paralympic sport; with over 600 participants from 24 countries taking part.

Over the course of the Games, you'll have the opportunity to support new and rising stars in the Paralympic movement, competing in 8 different sports for their country. 

If you have a passion for sport or are simply interested in volunteering, we want you to join our team!

We have a variety of volunteering roles available to suit your interests, all that we ask is that you're aged 16 or older and can confidently speak English.

The Deadline to Apply is the 30th April, so make sure to get your application in soon! 


Our Volunteering roles include: 

  • Competition Officials 
  • Ceremonies 
  • Team Hosts
  • Construction and Logistics
  • Supplementary Program

More information about the roles can be found here-


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The History of the European Paralympic Youth Games

Posted 3/21/2019

The European Paralympic Committee is a project managed by the European Paralympic Committee.


Conceived in 2011, the Games are part of the Committee’s aim to develop the Paralympic Movement by creating a platform to inspire young European athletes aged 13-23 to take part in Paralympic Sport and begin their Paralympic journey. In addition the Games aim to reflect the highest standards of athletic excellence, thus attracting many young rising stars in the Paralympic Movement to compete.


The Games are seen by many as one of the first steps for new athletes on their journey to a professional sporting career, and it’s no surprise that a significant number of athletes taking part in EYPGs have gone on to represent their country at other international events.


This combination of relatively new para-athletes, with established rising stars in the Paralympic Movement, sets the EYPGs out as an exciting competition for competitors and spectators alike.




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EPYG 2019 LOC President's Welcome

Posted 2/21/2019


With just over 4 months EPYG 2019, Tero Kuorikoski, the President of the local organising committee issued the following welcome:


Dear young Athletes, coaches and officials - Dear Paralympic family.


The warm welcome to the European Para Youth Games 2019 in Pajulahti Olympic and Paralympic Training Center Finland! Our goal is to create a Spectacular Sporting event in the Athletes' Village in Pajulahti. Memories of our beautiful summer nature will be a lifetime.


We would like to thank the European Paralympic Committee for Finland and Pajulahti.


Welcome and see you in Pajulahti! 


Tero Kuorikoski


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