Para sport preview: April 201801.04.2018
Commonwealth Games sees summer sports take centre stage
Circuit will continue with two more stops in April. Some of the world’s best swimmers will first head to Indianapolis, USA, from 19-21 April, before heading to Sao Paulo, Brazil, between 26 and 28 April.
Brazil, Colombia, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Ireland, New Zealand and South Korea will compete from 4-8 April in Nottwil, Switzerland, to decide the final four wheelchair rugby spots for August’s World Championships in Sydney, Australia.
The last wheelchair tennis qualification event for May’s World Team Cup will be contested in Vilamoura, Portugal, from 11-15 April.
Kampala, Uganda, will receive the best players from across the continent between 30 April and 5 May.
The second World Cup of the year will be held in Montreal, Canada, between 27 and 29 April, with men’s and women’s foil, epee and sabre individual and team events.
Sao Paulo, Brazil, will stage the second Grand Prix of the year between 26 and 28 April at the Brazilian Paralympic Training Centre. Many of Brazil’s London 2017 world champions including Petrucio Ferreira, Daniel Martins and Thiago Santos are set to compete.
This will be the last chance for athletes to earn MQS scores ahead of the 2018 World Championships in May in South Korea.
The first edition of this event will take place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, between 10 and 15 April.
Six of the men’s top 10 sitting volleyball teams will gather in Tabriz, Iran, from 19-24 April.
Rabat, Morocco, will host the continental competition on 21 April.
The Canadian city will stage the boccia event from 24-29 April.
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