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With legs whirling and feet flying, taekwondo made its Paralympic debut at the Tokyo Games on Thursday — and some claim it offers more thrills and spills than its Olympic counterpart.

The Paralympic version of the Korean martial art — in which fighters attempt to land blows on each other on an octagonal mat — bans kicks to the head and offers no points for punches.

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