No 10. Daniel, Schulz race for para-triathlon World gold
The two PT4 para-triathletes were neck-in-neck at the Grand Final and are sure for another rematch at Rio 2016.
No. 11 Agitos Foundation extends impact
In 2015 Agitos Foundation projects helped athletes and coaches on their road to the Toronto 2015 Parapan Games and Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
No. 12 Israel Hilario Rimas brings World gold to Peru
The only Peruvian cyclist is inspiring more and more of his compatriots through his outstanding performance.
No. 13 Mereshko pulls biggest swimming upset of 2015
Ukrainian newcomer storms to three World Championships gold medals, including in the women’s 400m freestyle S6 where she beat Great Britain’s Eleanor Simmonds.
No. 14 Marcoux brothers’ first World title on home snow
Canada’s Mac and BJ Marcoux reunited on home snow to win gold in the downhill, their first World Championships title.
No. 15 First IPC Snowboard World Champs a success
Dutch teenager Chris Vos sweeps all events as banked slalom, snowboard-cross head-to-head and two lower-limb impairment classifications debut.
No. 16 Wheelchair tennis sees new leaders in Griffioen, Alcott
Jiske Griffioen, Dylan Alcott become the new leaders in their respective categories, while the biggest upset came in the men’s singles.
No. 17 Badminton, taekwondo join Tokyo 2020 programme
A total of 22 sports will be included in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, with two expected to make their Paralympic debuts.
No. 18 Bochet makes history with 11th consecutive World title
French skier Marie Bochet became the first skier in history to sweep all events at consecutive World Championships.
No. 19 Canada win 15 TO2015 swimming medals
At the Toronto 2015 Parapan American Games, Canada secured a record 168 medals, helped by the performances of swimmers on “Super Sunday."