1. Stoke Mandeville 1984 Games mascot
  2. Sydney 2000 Games mascot
  3. Athens 2004 Games mascot
  4. London 2012 Games mascot
  5. Tokyo 2020 Games mascot
  6. Paris 2024 Games mascot

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1. Dan D. Lion mascot, Stoke Mandeville 1984 Paralympics

Stoke Mandeville hosted a Summer Paralympic Games in 1984 with just four months to prepare. This lion called ‘Dan D. Lion’ was the mascot for the British team.

2. Lizzy the Lizard mascot, Sydney 2000 Paralympics

Donated by NPHT Trustee Sue Wolstenholme. The frill of the lizard is green and gold and in the shape of Australia and the ochre coloured body represents the land. Lizzy represented the strength, determination and attitude of the Paralympic athletes.

3. Proteas mascot, Athens 2004 Paralympics

This mascot was invented by Spyros Gogos for the Athens 2004 Summer Paralympic Games. The name Proteas means “first in rank” or “excellent”, symbolising determination of Paralympians to strive to greater heights.

Proteas mascot, Athens 2004 by NPHT on Sketchfab

4. Mandeville mascot, London 2012 Paralympics

Mandeville is the mascot for the London 2012 Paralympic Games. It was named Mandeville in honour of Stoke Mandeville, Buckinghamshire, the birthplace of the Paralympic Games.

5. Someity mascot, Tokyo 2020 Paralympics

Someity (soh-may-tee) is the mascot for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. The idea for the mascot comes from the someiyoshino, a popular cherry blossom in Japan and echoes the English phrase ‘so mighty’. Someity represents the Paralympic athletes who overcome obstacles and redefine the boundaries of what is possible.

Someity mascot, Tokyo 2020 Paralympics by NPHT on Sketchfab

6. Phryge mascot, Paris 2024 Paralympics

The Phryge mascot is based on a hat that originated in Phrygia, modern Turkey. It has been used in France for centuries as a symbol of freedom and revolution.