United Kingdom Harry Prince Exchange with Paralympics Tokyo November 2 21:48
On the 2nd, Prince Harry of the British royal family who visited Japan to watch the final of the Rugby World Cup Japan tournament interacted with athletes such as wheelchair rugby aiming for next year's Tokyo Paralympics in Tokyo.
British Royal Prince Harry was honorary president of the English Rugby Association and visited Japan on the 2nd to watch the finals of England and South Africa in the Rugby World Cup.
Prior to watching the finals, Prince Harry visited sports facilities in Tokyo and observed the practice of athletes such as wheelchair rugby and powerlifting aiming for the Tokyo Paralympics next year.
Prince Harry is known for his interest in disabled sports, such as the creation of an international sports tournament for soldiers injured in the war, and he shakes hands with athletes and asks questions about the contents of his practice. It was.
Among them, wheelchair rugby players were told, “In Japan, interest in rugby is increasing due to the influence of the World Cup,” and in addition, “Please do your best for the gold medal at the Tokyo Paralympics next year.” was doing.
Prince Harry then watched the final of the Rugby World Cup in Yokohama and cheered the England team.