Georgia at the Paralympics
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|Georgia at the Paralympic Games|
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|Soviet Union (1988)|
Georgia made its Paralympic Games début at the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing, sending a single representative (Iago Gorgodze) to compete in powerlifting. The country's NPC was not established until 2003.
Full results for Georgia at the Paralympics
|Iago Gorgodze||2008 Beijing||Powerlifting||Men's -90 kg||140 kg||8|
|Shota Omarashvili||2012 London||Powerlifting||Men's -60kg||no mark||-|
|Nika Tvauri||2012 London||Swimming||Men's 100m breaststroke SB11||heats: 1:28.37;
did not advance
- Georgia at the Paralympics, International Paralympic Committee
- "„შეზღუდული უნარები არ არსებობს, შეზღუდულია თვითონ გარემო"". www.gurianews.com (in Georgian). Retrieved 2016-01-15.
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