Payam Azizi's song "Pahlavan Khandan" unveiled

The musical piece "Pahlavan Khandan" composed and sung by "Payam Azizi", a mystical singer, was unveiled on the first anniversary of the death of world and Paralympics champion Siamand Rahman.

Iran (IMNA) - The song "Pahlavan Khandan" was commissioned by the National Paralympic Committee, composed and sung by "Payam Azizi", arranged by "Siamand Kurdistani" and the poem "Nazanin Thani", on the occasion of the memorial of Rahman, the legendary record holder in the history of Paralympic weightlifting.

It was released with the voice of Azizi in an epic, national and mystical atmosphere, and was proudly dedicated to this world-famous Paralympic champion.

Siamand reminded himself of smiling face that always showed in his behavior, the characteristics of heroic ideals such as humility, patriotism, good mood, etc.
The world's strongest Paralympian Siamand Rahman passed away due a heart attack last year.

The two-time gold medalist in London 2012 and Rio 2016, who was preparing to win his third successive gold at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, died on March 1, 2020 and his death shocked the world.

Rahman broke the 300kg barrier in the men´s over 107kg at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, lifting an unprecedented 310kg. The mark he set is the equivalent of three baby elephants.

The Iranian powerlifter had already won three gold medals in the last three Asian Para Games (2010 Guangzhou, 2014 Incheon and 2018 Jakarta).

Rahman, who was always smiling everywhere and every time, could not wait to compete at Paralympics but the death didn’t let him to pursue his dreams.

The world will never forget the strongest man who surprised the fans by his incredible power.

The world will never forget Siamand Rahman’s smile.

Payam Azizi's song "Pahlavan Khandan" unveiled

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