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    A picture of room fill in by several attendees listening a conference The Sochi 2014 organising committee gave an overview on services which will be available for the next winter Paralympic Games. © • Sochi 2014

    The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has opened the media accreditation application process for non-rights holding broadcasters interested in attending the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games.

    The IPC is currently evaluating the applications that have been made before the deadline of 31 January and will get back to the applicants in due time.

    If you have any questions, contact Eva Werthmann at eva.werthmann@paralympic.org.

    As in previous Paralympic Games, written press and photographers will apply for media accreditation via their respective National Paralympic Committee (NPC). In order to ensure a successful and high-quality media coverage of the Paralympic Games, the NPCs are responsible for ensuring and confirming that the organisations and individuals being accredited are genuine recognised media professionals. Contact information for all NPCs can be found here.

    The PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games will take place between 9-18 March 2018.

    The Games will feature up to 670 athletes, a 24 per cent increase on the 539 athletes that competed at Sochi 2014. This number includes a 44 per cent increase in the number of female athletes set compete compared to Sochi.

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