Paul Karabardak celebrates winning Silver in table tennis at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games
World-class Wales

Performance

In the build up to major events such as the Paralympic Games, Commonwealth Games and other global sporting events, Disability Sport Wales paves the way for the latest crop of future Paralympic & Deaflympic stars within the Performance Pathway Programme.

Learn more about the Performance Pathway


Look Forward To

Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympic Games

Location: Beijing, People's Republic of China  CHN.png
When: Friday March 4th - Sunday March 13th 2022

Visit our Beijing 2022 microsite


Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games
Welsh success at the

Tokyo 2020 Summer Paralympic Games

Location: Tokyo, Japan  Flag of Japan
When: Tuesday August 24th - Sunday 5th September 2021 (Postponed from 2020)

 

21 para athletes from Wales competed for ParalympicsGB at the Tokyo 2020 Summer Paralympic Games. This Welsh contingent contributed 14 medals (4 gold, 3 silver, 7 bronze) to Great Britain's overall total of 124 (11%). 

Visit our Tokyo 2020 mini-site


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