Paralympics Games is a major international multi-sport event for athletes to compete with physical disabilities, which includes athletes with mobility disabilities, amputations, blindness and cerebral palsy. There are winter and summer games Paralympics Games will be held immediately after each Olympics.
All Paralympics Games will be governed by the International Paralympics Committee (IPC). From small meetings in the British World War I veterans in 1948 and became one of the largest international sporting events in the early 21st Century Paralympics growth. Paralympics Games, the fight for equality and non-Paralympics athletes between the Olympic and Paralympics athletes have a large difference between the supports. The opposition wants to compete on an equal footing with non-disabled athletes at the Paralympics, but there were elite athletes in Olympic sports like athletics competitive. Paralympics athletes with physical disabilities, and parallel to the Olympics, approved International Olympic Committee (IOC) Special Olympics World Games athletes, including professional handicap, hearing impaired and deaf athletes.
Today the formal explanation of the name "Paralympics" is that it comes from the Greek proposal παρa, para ("beside" or "alongside") and refers to the competition that takes place during the Olympics. The 1988 Summer Games held in Seoul was the first time the term "Paralympics" came into official use. Given the wide range of disabilities to Paralympics athletes, there are several categories that are competitive athletes. Activated disabilities are divided into six main categories. Categories are amputee, cerebral palsy, intellectual disability, wheelchairs, and blind and les autres. These categories are further divided into groups, from sports to sport. Categorization system led to controversy cheating athlete exaggerate their disability from use of substances to improve performance seen in other cases.