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Brazil sent a delegation to compete at the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing, China The country debuted in the Games in 1972 and 2008 was its 10th participation. Brazil also sent the largest number of athletes to the Paralympics in its history, with 188 athletes competing in 17 Paralympic sports. Brazil didn't include any competitors in the archery and wheelchair rugby. In the Opening Ceremony, the Brazilian Flag bearer was the judoka Antônio Tenório Silva, who became four-time Paralympic champion in his category.

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  • Brazil sent a delegation to compete at the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing, China The country debuted in the Games in 1972 and 2008 was its 10th participation. Brazil also sent the largest number of athletes to the Paralympics in its history, with 188 athletes competing in 17 Paralympic sports. Brazil didn't include any competitors in the archery and wheelchair rugby. In the Opening Ceremony, the Brazilian Flag bearer was the judoka Antônio Tenório Silva, who became four-time Paralympic champion in his category.
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  • Brazil sent a delegation to compete at the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing, China The country debuted in the Games in 1972 and 2008 was its 10th participation. Brazil also sent the largest number of athletes to the Paralympics in its history, with 188 athletes competing in 17 Paralympic sports. Brazil didn't include any competitors in the archery and wheelchair rugby. In the Opening Ceremony, the Brazilian Flag bearer was the judoka Antônio Tenório Silva, who became four-time Paralympic champion in his category. In 2008, Brazil had its second strongest showing in the history of the Games, finishing in respectable 9th place. André Brasil and Daniel Dias, both of swimming and Lucas Prado of athletics were Brazil's top medalists. Prado won three gold medals, Brasil won five medals (four golds and one silver) and Dias won nine medals (four golds, four silvers and one bronze).
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