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Am I the only one who sees a tuba in the logo?

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I really like it though!

oh..... tuba!!! still one family with trumpet (which is what i see from the logo) thanks for your details

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More Paralympic athletes with learning disabilities expected for Rio 2016

Games officials confident of increased numbers but admit some competitors will always try to cheat classification system

Paralympic officials expect there to be more athletes with learning disabilities at the next Games in Rio in 2016, amid confidence that their reintroduction in London will proceed smoothly.

But the International Paralympic Committee admits some athletes will always try and cheat the classification system that underpins the Games, most often described as being similar to the weight classification system in boxing that ensures rivals are equally matched.

Each of the 4,200 athletes competing are classified according to the impact of their particular impairment on their sport and grouped into categories to ensure competition is fair.

There are 10 eligible impairments in each Paralympic sport, but only swimming and athletics field events in all 10.

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IPC extends partnership with Ottobock

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and Ottobock Healthcare have announced that their worldwide partnership will continue to include the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.

IPC worldwide Paralympic partner Ottobock is the official prosthetic, orthotic and wheelchair technical service provider at the London 2012 Games, something the company has carried out since the Seoul Games in 1988.

Estimated to have completed approximately 10,000 repairs for athletes since then, they will carry on providing an essential service for competitors over the next four years.

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Paralympics: Brazil promises better Paralympics than London

LONDON: Rio de Janeiro will go one step further than London when the Paralympic Games come to the Brazilian city in 2016, the head of the country's Paralympic committee said on Friday.

"When we give back the flag to the International Paralympic Committee at the closing ceremony of the Rio Games, we will do so to a Paralympic movement that will be stronger than before," Andrew Parsons told a news conference in London.

This year's Games have been billed as the biggest and most high-profile since they were first held in Rome in 1960, with some 2.7 million tickets sold and athletes competing in packed venues in the British capital.

Parsons said that the success of the current Games was "no surprise" but he pledged: "We are very confident that we can raise the bar even higher than London."

Brazilian athletes have been among the stars of the Games, which opened on August 29 and close on Sunday.

They include swimmer Daniel Dias, who has so far won four gold medals, and particularly sprinter Alan Oliveira, who sensationally beat South African star Oscar Pistorius to win gold in the T44 200m last Sunday.

The nation's footballers have again made the five-a-side final and are looking to defend their unbeaten record since the sport was introduced to the Paralympics in 2004.

Parsons said they would play a major role in promoting disabled sport in Brazil as well as transforming perceptions about and access for people with disabilities across the country.

"We're in a country where we still have a long way to go in terms of social inclusion for people with disability," he told reporters.

"Maybe by 2016 we will not have a perfect country for persons with a disability but it (the Paralympic Games) is a big push. What sport has done for persons with disability is having role models for kids. It's amazing.

"Every kid in Brazil doesn't have to dream about being (legendary footballers) Ronaldo or Pele. They can dream about being Daniel Dias or (four-time Paralympic sprinter) Adria Santos. This is very important.

"When you have disabled athletes as heroes, they're part of society. They're another element of what we call society. This is a big legacy that can come from the Games."

- AFP/de

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London has set quite a high bar. I can't remember the Paralympics being so successful in attendance and media attention.

I hope the Brazilian spirit (and their growing power in disability sports) can give the Paralympics an even bigger push forward. :)

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London 2012 has, in a very real sense, been to the Paralympics what LA84 was to the Olympics. It - along with the IPC - has set out a business model for the Paralympics (ensuring the same sponsors sign up as from the Olympics, pre-selling most tickets so demand outstrips supply by the time the Games come etc.)

There's no reason Rio shouldn't be able to replicate it now this blueprint is in place.

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London really set the bar high... In both Olympics and Paralympics. This is not disputable.

In other hand, I do think it's too early to claim anything about Rio, right - and this is valid for Brazilian organizers too.

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London really set the bar high... In both Olympics and Paralympics. This is not disputable.

In other hand, I do think it's too early to claim anything about Rio, right - and this is valid for Brazilian organizers too.

I think the Paralympic Games are in safe hands with Brazil - considering the Brazilian Para team did better than their Olympic team, I think there will be some good moments for the future host country. And considering Rio is known as party town, I just think what Seb Coe said to his Rio counterpart is true: look after the competitors and the rest will follow.

Sport was first and foremost in London, and considering the Brazilian view of sport, I don't see much changing. Just relax, remember that Rio has an easily recognisable cityscape and especially backdrop, just like London, and think how bloody good those TV images are going to look!!!

I'll be going, just to compare! B):P:D

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The Paralympic Flag has arrived in Rio de Janeiro after the city's Mayor Eduardo Paes collected at the Closing Ceremony of London 2012 on Sunday (September 9).

It arrived as part of a delegation led by Paes and Carlos Nuzman, President of Rio 2016, along with Sérgio Cabral, Governor of the State of Rio de Janeiro, and Andrew Parsons, President of the Brazilian Paralympic Committee.

They were accompanied by several members of Brazil's successful Paralympic team which finished seventh in the overalls medals table with a total of 43 medals, including 21 gold.

It was their best ever performance at the Games, improving on their ninth place at Beijing four years ago when they won 16 gold medals, and means that they have improved in every Paralympics since Barcelona in 1992.

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IPC President challenges Rio 2016 to surpass London 2012

International Paralympic Committee (IPC) President Sir Philip Craven has challenged the organising committee of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games to surpass the achievements of London 2012, and deliver the best ever Paralympic Games.

Speaking at the start of a two day debrief of the London 2012 Paralympic Games on Wednesday (21 November) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sir Philip praised the London 2012 Organising Committee for creating a blueprint for how to organise a Paralympic Games.

London 2012 was the biggest Games to date with 4,237 athletes from 164 countries. They benefitted from a record 2.72 million spectators who created an electric atmosphere, whilst TV pictures were broadcast to over 115 countries and territories. Athletes broke 251 world and 314 Paralympic records and their performances generated record viewing figures and front page news in many countries.

Sir Philip Craven said: “74 days ago at the Closing Ceremony in the Olympic Stadium, I announced to the world I thought that London 2012 had been the best Paralympic Games ever.

“This is a statement I still well and truly stand by today.

“Thanks to the Games a generation has been inspired but also changed. The perception of someone with an impairment has changed, especially in Britain, where each week it appears a different survey is published underlining the impact of London 2012.

“The baton has now passed to Rio, a city which faces the same challenge London did four years ago after Beijing – a challenge to deliver an even better Paralympic Games.”

Bringing the world to Rio

Despite describing London 2012 as the best ever Paralympics, Sir Philip believes there is room for improvement ahead of the 2016 Games. He is optimistic that a first Paralympics in South America has the potential to change not just Brazil but the whole continent. He also said the attraction of staging the Games in Rio is huge and that 2016 is an opportunity to fulfil the IPC vision “To enable Paralympic athletes to achieve sporting excellence and inspire and excite the world”.

Sir Philip said: “Where ever you are in the world, people want to come to Rio. If you say you’re coming here people look at you with envy, they want to join you.

“This is a huge selling point and one we should look to capitalise on. Between now and 8 September 2016 when the Opening Ceremony takes place we should all work together to bring the world’s athletes, spectators, media and broadcasters to Rio. We should co-ordinate all our effort to ensure the world is here to witness something unique and ultra-special.

“We have 1,386 days to go until the start of the Games and it is vital that we all work together to educate and motivate the Carioca to bring Rio’s world famous carnival atmosphere to the Paralympics and let them claim ownership of the Games, just like London and the UK did.

“I’m confident we can do it, and even more confident that Rio has the potential to deliver the best ever Paralympic Games in 2016.”

The London 2012 debrief will conclude on Thursday (22 November). The objective of the event is to explore and discuss the opportunities the London 2012 experiences bring for the future, in order to maintain and build on the momentum of this summer.

On Friday (23 November) the IPC will hold a day long Project Review with the Rio 2016 Organising Committee to receive progress updates on preparations for the next summer Games.

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Brazilian Paralympic Centre is presented in São Paulo The Training Centre will be a benchmark for 14 Paralympic sports in Latin America

This Friday, the construction plans for the Brazilian Paralympic Centre, a pioneering venue and the main training centre for Paralympic

athletes in Latin America, were presented in the Palácio dos Bandeirantes, in São Paulo, in the presence of the President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff. The TC is part of the Ministry of Sports’ Plano Brasil Medalhas (Brazil Medal Plan) which aims at placing Brazil among the world’s greatest sporting powerhouses, and will be built in the Parque Fontes do Ipiranga.

The Sports Complex will house 14 disciplines:

Athletics, Wheelchair Basketball, Boccia, Swimming, Wheelchair Fencing,Football 5-a-Side (for the visually impaired), Football 7-a-Side (for

athletes with cerebral palsy), Goalball, Powerlifting, Judo, Wheelchair Rugby, Wheelchair Tennis, Table Tennis and Sitting Volleyball. Countries

like China, South Korea and the Ukraine inspired the idea of concentrating sports disciplines in a single venue. The first part of the works is expected to be ready in 2014 and the rest in 2015.

“Here, we are celebrating and not simply honouring, supporting the endurance, the willpower and the action to overcome one’s limits that a great

Olympic and Paralympic athlete must have in order to fight and get to the podium. Brazil is creating the Centre for these athletes. Because words are deeds and we owe them this support which is crucial so that high performance athletes can achieve more victories. And besides that, to allow the athletes to turn everything into knowledge”, said the President.

Four gymnasiums, two Football pitches, Tennis courts and Track and Field grounds will be built in a planned area of 94 thousand square metres.

Furthermore, a residential area consisting of lodgings, a dining-hall and a launderette, an administrative sector with offices, meeting rooms, auditoriums, storage areas and a parking lot are part of the project.

The Sports Medical and Sciences Centre, a fitness centre, changing rooms and other support areas complement the space.

The Paralympic athletes Daniel Dantas, swimmer and member of the Rio 2016™ Sports Council, and Fernando Fernandes, paracanoeist, also attended the event.

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Channel 4 wins television rights to cover two more Paralympics

• Contract is reward for acclaimed London 2012 coverage
• Broadcaster will show Rio 2016 and 2014 Winter Paralympics

Channel 4 has been rewarded for its acclaimed coverage of the London 2012 Paralympics by being granted the UK television rights to the Rio 2016 Paralympics and the Sochi Winter Paralympics in 2014.

As part of the deal – the first two-Games TV deal agreed by the International Paralympic Committee – Channel 4 has committed to broadcasting more than 45 hours of coverage from the Sochi Games, and 500 hours from Rio.

The IPC president Sir Philip Craven said: "With London 2012, Channel 4 created a blueprint for how a commercial broadcaster can raise the profile of Paralympic sport and its athletes to new levels. They reached record audiences, in particular of young people, identified and developed some fantastic new presenting talent, and played a significant role in delivering seismic shifts in attitudes and perceptions towards people with an impairment in the UK."

Channel 4's audience during the London 2012 Paralympics peaked at 4.2 million for Oscar Pistorius's gold medal in the T44 400m and retained a regular peak-time audience of more than two million.

The popular The Last Leg programme featuring Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker, which also attracted more than one million views for its end-of-Games hour-long special, will return for Sochi and Rio.

Channel 4 will cover a number of major international para-sport events in the buildup to the Games, including the IPC world athletics championships in Lyon, and the IPC swimming world championships in Montreal.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2013/feb/08/channel4-television-rights-paralympics

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IPC announce medal event and athlete quotas for Rio 2016 Paralympics

05.07.2013

• Games to feature 526 medal events across 22 sports

• Women and athletes with high support needs main beneficiaries of additional events

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Artists representing Rio 2016 peform during the closing ceremony at the London 2012 Paralympic Games © • Getty Images

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has announced that the Rio 2016 Paralympics are set to feature more female athletes than ever before, whilst the overall progam will include 23 more medals events than at London 2012, with women and athletes with high support needs the main beneficiaries.

Under plans proposed by the IPC and communicated to international federations this week, Rio 2016 will see around 4,350 athletes competing in 526 medal events across 22 sports.

Of the total number of athletes set to take part, approximately 1,650 will be women - a 9.9 per cent increase on London 2012 and more than double the 790 who took part in the Atlanta 1996 Games. They will compete in 224 medal events, equating to 43 per cent of all medal events and a 12 per cent increase on last summer, with athletics, cycling and swimming providing additional events for women.

Canoe and triathlon will be included in the Games for the first time in Rio and each sport will stage six medal events – evenly split between male and female athletes – whilst the existing 20 summer sports will feature no less medal events than in London.

Xavier Gonzalez, the IPC’s Chief Executive Offer, said: “In just over three years’ time Rio 2016 will host the biggest Paralympics Games yet in terms of athletes and sports. Hopefully they will be our best yet building on the tremendous success of London 2012.”

“As part of our development strategy we have increased the number of events for women and athletes with high support needs. By the time Rio comes along we will have doubled the number of female athletes competing in the Games in just 20 years which is a significant achievement.”

Following the communication of the medal event numbers and athlete quotas, each international federation will now select which events fit their quota allocation and develop their Rio 2016 qualification criteria for approval by the IPC Governing Board in November.

The Rio 2016 Paralympic Games will take place between 7-18 September 2016.

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IPC Athletics announces Rio 2016 medal events30.07.2013

• Rio 2016 to feature 177 athletics events, seven more than London 2012

• 22 per cent increase in number of track and field medal events for women

IPC Athletics, the International Federation for para-athletics, has announced the medal events for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. The main features are single-class events and a fair distribution of events across gender, impairment type and event type.

In Rio there will be 177 track and field medal events – seven more than London 2012 - which will be split between 95 for men and 82 for women. This represents a 22 per cent increase in the number of medal events for women from the 67 that took place at last year’s Paralympics.

The number of medal events for athletes with high support needs will increase by 22 per cent from the 45 that took place in London to 55 in Rio.

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Rio 2016 athletics events

Male

100m: T11, T12, T13, T33, T34, T35, T36, T37, T38, T42, T43, T44, T45, T46, T47, T51, T52, T53, T54

200m: T11, T12, T35, T42, T43, T44

400m: T11, T12, T13, T20, T36, T37, T38, T43, T44, T45, T46, T47, T51, T52, T53, T54

800m: T34, T52, T53, T54

1,500m : T11, T12, T13, T20, T37, T38, T45, T46, T51, T52, T53, T54

5,000m : T11, T12, T13, T53, T54

Marathon: T11, T12, T45, T46, T52, T53, T54

High Jump: T42, T44, T45, T46, T47

Long Jump: T11, T12, T20, T36, T37, T38, T42, T44, T45, T46, T47

Shot Put: F11, F12, F20, F32, F33, F34, F35, F36, F37, F40, F41, F42, F53, F54, F55, F56, F57

Discus: F11, F36, F37, F43, F44, F51, F52, F54, F55, F56

Javelin: F12, F13, F34, F37, F38, F40, F41, F43, F44, F45, F46, F53, F54, F56, F57

Club Throw: F31, F32, F51

Relay: T11-13, T42-44, T53-54

Female

100m: T11, T12, T13, T33, T34, T35, T36, T37, T38, T42, T43, T44, T45, T46, T47, T51, T52, T53, T54

200m: T11, T12, T35, T36, T43, T44

400m: T11, T12, T13, T20, T37, T38, T43, T44, T45, T46, T47, T51, T52, T53, T54

800m: T34, T52, T53, T54

1,500m: T11, T12, T13, T20, T45, T46, T53, T54

5,000m : T53, T54

Marathon: T11, T12, T45, T46, T52, T53, T54

Long Jump: T11, T12, T20, T37, T38, T42, T43, T44, T45, T46, T47

Shot Put: F11, F12, F20, F32, F33, F34, F35, F36, F37, F40, F41, F53, F56, F57

Discus: F11, F37, F38, F40, F41, F43, F44, F51, F52, F54, F55, F56, F57

Javelin: F12, F13, F34, F37, F45, F46, F47, F53, F54, F55, F56

Club: F31, F32, F51

Relay: T11-13, T35-38, T53-54

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Stoke Mandeville to feature in all Paralympic Games Torch Relays

August 29 - The Paralympic Games Torch Relay will feature Stoke Mandeville Hospital in every edition starting from next year it was announced here today.

A first pilot Ceremony will take place on March 1, 2014, ahead of the Sochi Winter Games which begin a week later and this will start a process which will continue before the Rio 2016 Games and beyond.

This will mark the first occasion in history where the Paralympic Torch Relay has featured somewhere outside the country hosting that particular Games, and after Stoke Mandeville successfully lit the flame before London 2012, it has been hailed as a further boost for the hospital and for the Movement in the UK.

"The Torch Relay is a significant event in the staging of every Paralympics and it is fitting that for each future edition of the Games we celebrate Stoke Mandeville's rich history and proud heritage as the Paralympic Movement's spiritual birthplace," said Sir Philip Craven, President of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).Stoke Mandeville to feature in all Paralympic Games Torch Relays

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As I said in another thread I really think that's a mistake. I think letting the Paralympic flame be kindled in a place of significance to the host country gives it a much higher profile than lighting it in a place which although significant to the Paralympic moment is frankly barely known in the UK, never mind internationally.

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Brazilian Paralympic Centre is presented in São Paulo

The Training Centre will be a benchmark for 14 Paralympic sports in Latin America

This Friday, the construction plans for the Brazilian Paralympic Centre, a pioneering venue and the main training centre for Paralympic

athletes in Latin America, were presented in the Palácio dos Bandeirantes, in São Paulo, in the presence of the President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff. The TC is part of the Ministry of Sports’ Plano Brasil Medalhas (Brazil Medal Plan) which aims at placing Brazil among the world’s greatest sporting powerhouses, and will be built in the Parque Fontes do Ipiranga.

The Sports Complex will house 14 disciplines:

Athletics, Wheelchair Basketball, Boccia, Swimming, Wheelchair Fencing,Football 5-a-Side (for the visually impaired), Football 7-a-Side (for

athletes with cerebral palsy), Goalball, Powerlifting, Judo, Wheelchair Rugby, Wheelchair Tennis, Table Tennis and Sitting Volleyball. Countries

like China, South Korea and the Ukraine inspired the idea of concentrating sports disciplines in a single venue. The first part of the works is expected to be ready in 2014 and the rest in 2015.

“Here, we are celebrating and not simply honouring, supporting the endurance, the willpower and the action to overcome one’s limits that a great

Olympic and Paralympic athlete must have in order to fight and get to the podium. Brazil is creating the Centre for these athletes. Because words are deeds and we owe them this support which is crucial so that high performance athletes can achieve more victories. And besides that, to allow the athletes to turn everything into knowledge”, said the President.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=7YQ-4d1NjUw

Four gymnasiums, two Football pitches, Tennis courts and Track and Field grounds will be built in a planned area of 94 thousand square metres.

Furthermore, a residential area consisting of lodgings, a dining-hall and a launderette, an administrative sector with offices, meeting rooms, auditoriums, storage areas and a parking lot are part of the project.

The Sports Medical and Sciences Centre, a fitness centre, changing rooms and other support areas complement the space.

The Paralympic athletes Daniel Dantas, swimmer and member of the Rio 2016™ Sports Council, and Fernando Fernandes, paracanoeist, also attended the event.

Rio 2016

complete waste of public money. Hypocrisy doesn't let people tell that. We don't offer not even the basic for those with physical incapabilities, their freedom of will is denied on daily basis but lets build up a paralimpic center. What's the fucking point? Paralympic sports should not be to get results, medals. It should just be a way to those with physical problems to get back to their communities, to practice sports, to get active again.

But in Brazil everything is backwards.

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Swimming medal events for 2015 World Champs and Rio 2016 unveiled

IPC Swimming, the International Federation for para-swimming, has announced the medal events for the2015 World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland and the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. The programmes, which are identical, have been designed to ensure a fair distribution of events across impairment types and gender.

In Rio and Glasgow there will be 152 medal events – four more thanLondon 2012 – which will be split between 80 for men, 71 for women and one 4x50m mixed relay, an event that was not included in the London 2012 programme.

In addition to four more events for women, there are seven more events for athletes competing across classes S1-S4 compared to London 2012. Following their successful reintroduction at last year’s Paralympic Games, Glasgow 2015 and Rio 2016 will each feature two new medal events for S14 swimmers with an intellectual impairment – the men’s and women’s 200m individual medley – an event that was part of the 2013 IPC Swimming World Championships programme in Montreal, Canada.

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Swimming is one of 22 sports that will form the Rio 2016 sports programme, which will include the Games debuts of canoe and triathlon.

Rio 2016 and Glasgow 2015 swimming events

* denotes new event not included at London 2012

Male

S1 – 50m backstroke, 100m backstroke*

S2 – 200m freestyle, 50m backstroke, 100m backstroke* and 50m breaststroke

S3 – 50m freestyle*, 100m freestyle*, 200m freestyle*, 50m backstroke, 50m breaststroke and 150m individual medley

S4 – 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 200m freestyle, 50m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 150m individual medley

S5 – 50m freestyle, 10mm freestyle, 200m freestyle, 50m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 50m butterfly

S6 – 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 400m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 50m butterfly, 200m individual medley

S7 – 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 400m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m brestastroke, 50m butterfly, 200m individual medley

S8 – 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 400m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 100m butterfly, 200m individual medley

S9 – 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 400m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 100m butterfly, 200m individual medley

S10 – 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 400m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 100m butterfly, 200m individual medley

S11 – 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 400m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 100m butterfly, 200m individual medley

S12 – 50m freestyle, 100m backstroke,

S13 – 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 400m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 100m butterfly, 200m individual medley

S14 – 200m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 200m individual medley*

Relay – 4x100m freestyle 34 points and 4x100m medley relay 34 points

Female

S2 – 50m backstroke, 100m backstroke*

S3 – 100m freestyle, 50m backstroke*, 50m breaststroke*

S4 – 50m freestyle*, 50m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 150m individual medley*

S5 – 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 200m freestyle, 50m backstroke*, 100m breaststroke, 50m butterfly, 200m individual medley

S6 – 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 400m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 50m butterfly, 200m individual medley

S7 – 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 400m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 50m butterfly, 200m individual medley

S8 – 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 400m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 100m butterfly, 200m individual medley

S9 - 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 400m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 100m butterfly, 200m individual medley

S10 – 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 400m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m butterfly, 200m individual medley

S11 – 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 400m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 200m individual medley

S12 – 50m freestyle, 100m backstroke

S13 – 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 400m freestyle*, 100m backstroke*, 100m breaststroke, 100m butterfly*, 200m individual medley

S14 – 200m freestyle, 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 200m individual medley*

Relays – 4x100m freestyle 34 points and 4x100m medley 34 points

Mixed

Relay - 4x50m freestyle 20 points*

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