No. 30 Soule becomes most decorated US Nordic skier
The USA’s Andrew Soule won an incredible five medals across biathlon and cross-country skiing at his home World Championships in 2015.
No. 31 Sharp shooter Zhang sets four world records
China’s Paralympic champion returns to the top in her best events in style after a disappointing 2014 World Championships.
No. 32 British steal Sweden’s European crown with one-point win
The wheelchair rugby European Championships was littered with close matches, including the finals.
No. 33 sixteen powerlifting world records fall
After three regional Championships and a Parapan American Games, athletes are clearly preparing well for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
No. 34 Great Britain, USA make it tight at World Rowing Championships
The USA nearly stun defending world champion Great Britain in the LTA mixed coxed four.
No. 35 Doha 2015 triumphs on digital platforms
With a creative content strategy, the 2015 IPC Athletics World Championships in Doha, Qatar, surpassed all expectations with a reach of more than 26 million.
No. 36 Valera, Rosenmeier battle for European crown
Defending world champion Alvaro Valera and defending European champion Peter Rosenmeier go into five sets for the regional title.
No. 37 Nemati secures both Olympic, Paralympic spots for Iran
The Iranian archer went above and beyond by securing Olympic and Paralympic qualification slots for her country.
No. 38 Reynolds, Swoboda make splash in para-canoe
A new champion emerges in the women’s 200m KL3, while Swoboda still reigns in the men’s 200m KL2.
No. 39 #ProudParalympian launches education pilot
Supported by the IPC’s development arm, the Agitos Foundation, athletes were offered workshops in Paralympic history and media skills, amongst others.