The Paralympics have been for a week and will be continued till September 5 in Tokyo. This game edition has welcomed many formidable athletes with 4,403 athletes representing 162 nations and territories including the refugee team.
The Paralympics has 22 sports, where some sports are the same as previously in Olympics, where some are completely new to the Paralympics and are unique in their own ways. Sports like 5-a-side-football, sitting volleyball, and 4 wheelchair sports-Rugby, Basketball, Fencing and Tennis.
Australia’s Sarah Walsh competing in Long Jump
Refugee Team leads parade of athletes at the opening cermony
EGYPT’S IBRAHIM HAMADTOU WINS FANS WORLDWIDE BY PLAYING TABLE TENNIS WITH HIS MOUTH
BHUTAN, MALDIVES, GUYANA, PARAGUAY, SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES – DEBUT FIRST EVER PARALYMPICS
NEIL AND LORA FACHIE- THE HUSBAND AND WIFE EACH WIN CYCLING GOLD
IRELAND’S PATRICK FLANAGAN “GUTTED” AFTER WHEELCHAIR BROKEN ON FLIGHT TO TOKOYO
US VOLLEYBALL STAR LORA WEBSTER COMPETES WHILE PREGNANT
AFGHANISTAN’S FLAG FLOWN IN SOLIDARITY WITH NO ATHLETES
GREAT BRITAIN’S KYLIE GRIMES IN THE FIRST WOMAN TO WIN GOLD IN WHEELCHAIR RUBY