#WePlayTogether: Rwanda featured in UN photo exhibition
In celebration of the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, the exhibition highlights what the UN and players all around the world do to harness the power of sport.
#WePlayTogether: Changing perceptions, accessibility
As part of the celebrations for International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, the IPC looks back at the impact the Paralympic Games have had on communities.
Six months after Rio: Romance, not regrets for Tam
Hong Kong’s Tam Chik Sum bounced back quickly from disappointment on the Paralympic piste thanks to wife and fellow fencer Chan Yui Chong.
Muller ready for post-Rio 2016 season
After her success at Rio 2016, Germany’s Edina Muller looks ahead to the new Para canoe season.
Dennis reflects on Rio 2016, looks ahead to 2017
The US goalball player was a key member of the team that returned to the Paralympic podium at Rio 2016 and is now preparing for the next events.
Wheelchair fencing: Five things we learned in 2016
From the emergence of new stars to the resurgence of former champions - what 2016 taught us about wheelchair fencing.
Wheelchair basketball: Five things learned in 2016
The year saw development in Africa, as well as anticipating match-ups heading into the 2017 Europeans.
Rio 2016 gives Simmonds ‘renewed desire’
Great Britain’s multiple Paralympic and world champion reflected on her third Paralympics and has set new goals.
Year-end edition of The Paralympian features Rio 2016’s legacy
The final magazine issue of 2016 looks at the impact Rio 2016 had on the Movement, contains athlete anecdotes from the Paralympic Games, and much more.
Brazil’s goalball players reflect on Rio 2016
The Brazilian men’s team took bronze, whilst the women’s finished fourth at Latin America’s first Paralympic Games.