Cross-country skiing, paralympic - Winter sports pictograms

"Paralympic cross-county skiing is an adaptation of cross-country skiing for athletes with a disability. Paralympic cross-country skiing is one of two Nordic skiing disciplines in the Winter Paralympic Games. It is governed by the International Paralympic Committee. ... Paralympic cross-country skiing includes standing events, sitting events (for wheelchair users), and events for visually impaired athletes. The Paralympics cross-country skiing is made for skiers with disabilities. It is an adaptation of cross-country skiing, only it allows a wide variety of people who have mutations, amputations, blindness, or any other physical disability, to continue their sport. This sport appeared at the 1976 Winter Games in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden, for the first time. Depending on the competitors’ functional disability, an athlete has the option of using a sit-ski. This is a chair with a pair of skis equipped to the bottom of it. Many Sit-skiers use this because they have no use of their legs. This is called paraplegic. To ensure the safety of people with blindness, they follow a guide through the whole race. Standing skiers are skiers with a locomotive disability and who are able to use the same equipment as able-bodied skiers." [Paralympic cross-country skiing. Wikipedia] The vector icon example "Cross-country skiing, paralympic" represents one of 20 symbols from the Winter sports pictograms library for the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software. The design elements library Winter sports pictograms is included in the Winter Sports solution from the Sport area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Paralympic cross-country skiing
Paralympic cross-country skiing, paralympic cross-country skiing,