1. Tunisia was the highest-placed African country at Rio 2016, finishing sixth on the athletics medals table behind China, USA, Great Britain, Germany and Brazil.
2. Over 30 medallists from last year’s Rio Paralympic Games will line up in Tunisia.
3. All five of the host country’s reigning Paralympic champions will compete.
4. Algeria’s former world champion Safia Djelal threw a new javelin F57 world record in Tunis two years ago – she’s already broken the world record this year in Dubai; what can she do in Tunis?
5. Thirteen world records have fallen so far this year – with less than four months to go until the London 2017 World Para Athletics Championships, expect more to fall soon.
The Tunis Grand Prix will take place between 13-15 April.