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    Mandy Francois-Elie sprinting on a tartan track leading the field. Mandy Francois-Elie won the first gold medal for France at the 2013 IPC Athletics World Championships in Lyon. © • G-Picout

    2014 IPC Athletics Grand Prix

    The 2014 IPC Athletics Grand Prix followed the hugely successful 2013 Grand Prix, which saw a total of 1,037 athletes from 69 countries set a total of 10 world records as they prepared for the 2013 IPC Athletics World Championships in July.

    The 2014 IPC Athletics European Championships in Swansea, Wales, attracted 600 athletes from 40 countries.

    2014’s calendar featured nine Grand Prix in five regions, including two new events in Nottwil, Switzerland, and Tunis, Tunisia, as the sport expands into Africa.

    Beginning in February in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, the series climaxed in late August with the IPC Athletics Grand Prix Finals which, like in 2013, brought together the best performing athletes from around the world in Birmingham, Great Britain.

    2014 IPC Athletics Grand Prix
    City, Country Name of the event Classification Date
    Dubai, UAE 6th Fazza International Athletics Competition 20-21 February (PI, VI, II) 22-25 February
    Beijing, China 2nd China Open Athletics Championships 11-13 April (PI, VI, II) 14-16 April
    Sao Paulo, Brazil II Caixa Loterias Athletics Open Championships 22-23 April (PI, VI, II) 24-26 April
    Arizona, USA Desert Challenge Games 07-09 May (PI, VI) 09-11 May
    Nottwil, Switzerland ParAthletics 15-16 May (PI, VI) 16-18 May
    Grosseto, Italy Italian Open Championships 2014 28-29 May (PI, VI, II) 30 May-1 June
    Tunis, Tunisia 8th Tunis International Meeting 13-15 June (PI, VI) 16-18 June
    Berlin, Germany Berlin Open 17-18 June (PI, VI) 20-22 June
    Birmingham, Great Britain IPC Athletics Grand Prix Final NYA 24 August