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A picture of a man in wheelchair celebrating his victory with a gold medal around his neck David Weir aims to maintain record over Marcel Hug at major Championships

The British Paralympic champion lines up at Sunday’s marathon World Championships knowing he’ll most probably have to beat the defending champion to land the world title.

Ilse Hayes of South Africa Hayes becomes world’s fastest female para-athlete in São Paulo

South African makes history by clocking 11.89 on the first day of the IPC Athletics Grand Prix.

City views from the air, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Five facts about São Paulo

The IPC Athletics Grand Prix starts in São Paulo on Thursday, but here are five facts you might not know about the city.

A visually impaired athlete runs with her guide on the track of a stadium Preview: IPC Athletics Grand Prix in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Around 340 athletes from 20 countries will be lining up in the fifth Grand Prix of 2015.

Aerial view on coast with contruction works going on IPC launches IPC Academy Campus 2016 to be held in Rio, Brazil

The IPC Academy, the IPC’s education division, will also take over operation of Paralympic Games Knowledge Management

Tatyana McFadden of the United States crosses the finish line to win the women's push rim wheelchair division of the 119th Boston Marathon on April 20, 2015 in Boston, Massachusetts. McFadden wins again, Hug claims first Boston Marathon victory

The world’s best racers will now head to London, Great Britain, for Sunday’s IPC Athletics Marathon World Championships

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