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Gangneung 2017: South Korea team preview
Having been promoted to the A-Pool, the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games hosts will be looking for a top five finish.
Gangneung 2017: Canada team preview
Seventeen players from Canada’s silver medal squad from 2015 return to the World Para Ice Hockey Championships stage.
Gangneung 2017: Norway team preview
The European bronze medallists are hoping for a podium place at the 2017 World Para Ice Hockey Championships.
Gangneung 2017: Italy team preview
The Italians will be hoping to improve on their best ever finish from 2015, at the World Para Ice Hockey Championships A-Pool.
Gangneung 2017: Sweden team preview
Can the newly promoted Swedish team claim their first medal on the world stage since 2004 at the World Para Ice Hockey Championships?
Gangneung 2017: Germany team preview
Can the Germans reach a top five finish at the Para ice hockey World Championships to qualify for PyeongChang 2018?
Gangneung 2017: USA team preview
Twelve players from the team’s 2015 victory return to the ice for the 2017 World Para Ice Hockey Championships.
No. 1 Rio 2016 are the People’s Games
Despite issues in the build-up, the Rio 2016 showed to the world that the Paralympics can be a success in any country they are staged.
No. 2: More medals for more countries
A total of 83 countries won at least one medal at Rio 2016, the most ever at a Paralympic Games.
No. 3 The IPC make a stand for clean sport
On 7 August the IPC suspended the Russian Paralympic Committee for failure to fulfil its IPC membership obligations.
2017 World Rowing Championships set for Sarasota
Skarstein back in the water
Hug, Schar to highlight Berlin marathon
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Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Medal Event Programme
Men's -49 kg, -54 kg, -59 kg | 2016 IPC Powerlifting World Cup Rio de Janeiro
Men's -97 kg, -107 kg, over 107 kg | 2016 IPC Powerlifting World Cup Rio de Janeiro
Women's -67 kg, -79 kg, -86 kg, over 86 kg | 2016 IPC Powerlifting World Cup Rio de Janeiro
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