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Mexican lifters excited for Mexico City 2015
Four Paralympic and Worlds medallists will form part of a team of 36 powerlifters competing at home in the Americas Open from 26-29 April.
Agitos Foundation paves Road to Rio 2016
The first of four workshops for coaches, classifiers, athletes and sport managers, run in partnership with Rio 2016 and the Brazilian Paralympic Committee, will start on Saturday (18 April).
Mexico City 2015 to be shown live
World’s strongest para-athletes to begin their campaign to qualify for Toronto 2015 and Rio 2016 over four days, live at Mexico-City-2015.com
Canada’s Ferguson not focusing on Rio 2016 just yet
The veteran wheelchair basketball player is first hoping to qualify for next year’s Paralympics with success at the Toronto 2015 Parapan American Games.
Pan American countries see increase in para-canoe participation
According to COPAC’s Leonardo Maiola the sport is enjoying growth ahead of its debut at Rio 2016.
Page talks Buffalo 2015 at Sabres game
Sochi 2014 gold medallist Adam Page helped to spread the word about the up-coming IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships A-Pool in Buffalo, New York, USA.
IPC announce 2015 Paralympic Scientific Award winner
Canadian Jennifer Mactavish will receive the award at October’s VISTA 2015 conference in recognition of her role in the successful re-inclusion of intellectually impaired athletes into the...
From Mexico to Toronto? Argentina’s lifters zone in
The Argentinian powerlifting team is training hard for the 2015 IPC Powerlifting Americas Open Championships, a key step towards the Toronto 2015 Parapan American Games.
Search launched for Toronto 2015 Parapan American Games torchbearers
For the first time two separate flames will be lit in special ceremonies on 3 August which will then unite on 6 August
#100daystogo: Best storylines for Glasgow 2015
The 2015 IPC Swimming World Championships in 100 days’ time will feature 650 athletes from 50 countries for the most important competition ahead of Rio 2016.
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