In July 1995,under Alex's tuition, two of Israel’s players managed to qualify for the Para-Olympics. In August 1996, Tami Carmeli (c. Ivan Israel) and Itsik Baranes (c. Alex Goldsmith) each won individual bronze medals in the B1 Singles at the Paralympic Games held in Atlanta, Georgia. Tami’s son, Ran, made a documentary movie on her trip to the Games titled “My mother’s first Olympics” and this film won the award of the “best documentary of the year” and was shown numerous times on Israel’s Chanel 2 TV.
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Essie Narunsky Day
In 1996, Alex decided to institute an annual event in which blind and sighted bowlers play together in the same teams. To this day the “Essie Narunsky Day” is a much anticipated event on the Israeli bowls calendar, and is the only competition of its kind in the world.