Fifth World Abilympics continues in Prague

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This week Prague hosts the fifth World Abilympics, in which physically and mentally handicapped people compete in a number of wide-ranging activities, such as knitting, weaving carpets and woodcarving, to name just a few. The 2000 Abilympics opened on Monday at the Vystaviste exhibition grounds and some 800 disabled people from around the world are taking part. Alena Skodova went along and spoke with two participants from Australia, Colin Keast and Philip Deschamp. They first told her which activities they'd opted for at this year's event: