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The president of the International Paralympic Committee said Sunday he is “emotional” over the closing of the Tokyo Games, held amid a global pandemic.

Speaking ahead of the end of the Paralympics, staged following a one-year postponement due to the global health crisis, Andrew Parsons said it was “unbelievable” that athletes had been able to prepare for the 13-day Games and pulled off impressive feats in Tokyo.

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