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The first day of competition at the Tokyo Paralympics begins today, following the start of a grand opening ceremony in Japan. Athletes in the Paralympics will have a chance to shine like the Tokyo Olympics after the pandemic delays. The hope and expectation is that not only will there be an elite level competition, but the organizers want the Paralympics to grow and prove to be more inclusive of Japanese society. It is the first city to host two Paralympic Games, 57 years after its first Games in 1964, with 4,400 athletes representing 162 national Paralympic committees in Tokyo. In 22 sports also 539 medals will be offered. We can look forward to new developments in the form of para-badminton and para-taekwondo, although since Rio 2016 there have been reductions in para-sailing and football seven-a-side. “I can’t believe we’re finally here. Many doubted this day would be there,” said International Paralympic Committee President Andrew Parsons in his opening ceremony speech. “Many thought it was impossible. But thanks to the efforts of many, the most transformative sporting event on earth is about to begin. “We want to change the whole world.” Paralympic Wheelchair Basketball Schedule: Matches and Start Times in Tokyo 2020 Below is a complete list of all Tokyo Paralympic wheelchair basketball matches, all of which take place at the Musashino Forest Sport Plaza or Ariake Arena. There are 12 male nations (Japan, United States, Canada, Colombia, Germany, Great Britain, Spain, Turkey, Australia, Iran, South Korea, Algeria) and 10 female nations (Japan, United States, Canada, Germany, Great Britain , Spain, Netherlands, Australia, China, Algeria). Paralympics 2021: Team GB staff member tests positive for COVID-19 A staff member of Great Britain’s wheelchair tennis group is self-isolating after testing positive for the coronavirus on the first day of the Paralympic Games. Contact tracing is being done to identify the people who came in contact. “The health and well-being of the delegation is of the utmost importance and the BPA (British Paralympic Association) is in constant contact with all those involved, led by our Chief Medical Officer Dr Stuart Miller and mental health chief Dr Amanda Gatherer,” read a Paralympic GB statement. Chef de Mission Penny Brisco said: “The health and well-being of all Paralympic GB athletes and staff is our number one priority and we are working hard to ensure that everyone involved gets the support they need.” Paralympics 2021: World record for Sarah Story and gold assured for Team GB Sarah Storey broke her own world record in qualifying for the 3000 m individual pursuit by finishing the crossing line in 3.27.057. Story, who won 14 Paralympic gold medals, beat her own record by four seconds. She will take on compatriot Crystal Lane-Wright in the race for the gold medal on Wednesday. Either way, this is gold for Team GB. What is boccia at the Tokyo Paralympics? interpretation of rules Bokia is one of the most distinctive and stressful sports to take place at the Paralympic Games in Japan, an event, like goalball, which has no Olympic equivalent. A tactical goal game similar to the bowl or petenque, the game traces its roots to ancient Greece and Egypt and is believed to be one of the oldest to be played by humans. Which is the story of Somerlad. Paralympics 2021: Who is the former US Navy bomb disposal specialist competing in the paratriathlon? He is a retired US Navy bomb disposal specialist who went completely blind after stepping on an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan. But within a year Brad Snyder had become a Paralympic athlete and won three pool medals at London 2012. Paralympics: Who is the fastest blind athlete in the world? David Brown began running at the age of five, but lost his sight at age 13 from Kawasaki disease. He is the fastest blind athlete in history and holds world records in the 100m and 200m. The 28-year-old grew up in Kansas City, Missouri, before moving to St. Louis to attend a Missouri school, and it was there that he discovered his sprinting ability and he hasn’t slowed down since. Joe Biden wishes Team USA all the best As the first day of competition began, the president posted his message to the American athletes on Instagram. “Good luck to all US Paralympic athletes competing in Tokyo. Your resilience, talent and determination serve as an inspiration to all of us.” Paralympics 2021: Who is the Team USA star born in Ukraine after the Chernobyl disaster? She is the Team USA star who was given up for adoption after her birth in Ukraine three years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster and is now aiming for a medal in Tokyo. Oksana Masters was born with defects associated with radiation poisoning due to a 1986 accident, she had no weight-bearing bones in her legs. Swimming heat is on in Tokyo Natalie Sims of Team United States follows her women’s 400m freestyle – S9 heat on the first day of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games on August 25, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan. Wheelchair Rugby debuts on first day of competition The game was made popular by the 2005 documentary Murderball, and sees four preliminary matches. Team USA, under the captaincy of Chuck Aoki, are looking to win their first Paralympic gold since 2008, and will take on New Zealand in their opening match. Australia begin their campaign against two-time defending champions Denmark, while Great Britain play Canada, and world champions Japan face France.