Chuck Aoki: Games are over, what do we do now?The US wheelchair rugby player reflects on one of the most difficult questions high-performance athletes think about.
Craig Spence: My top five moments of 2016The IPC’s Director of Media and Communications looks back at his favourite moments from an exhausting and exhilarating 2016.
Emily Bayci: ‘..different than what I was used too’After mostly covering Olympic events, Bayci took on a new challenge with Para archery reporting at Rio 2016.
Andrew Cross: Fast-paced, busy… and a Brazilian bonanzaThe IPC’s volunteer writer shares his experience covering wheelchair tennis at Rio 2016.
Mike Stuart: Experiencing the power of the ParalympicsAn IPC volunteer writer for three years, Stuart was invited to cover judo and wheelchair fencing at Rio 2016.
Beau Greenway: My experience covering Rio 2016The IPC’s wheelchair rugby beat writer was called up to help cover the Paralympic Games, and he reflects on his time in Rio.
Rob Howell: Covering Rio ‘was my gold’The IPC’s Para equestrian beat writer shares his experience covering the sport at Rio 2016.
Beau Greenway: Japan wheelchair rugby’s breakthroughAfter three Paralympic appearances, Japan might have just the team this year to break onto the podium at Rio 2016.
Chuck Aoki: Why I will go to Rio, despite what people may thinkWhile Rio 2016 has been scrutinised in the media, the wheelchair rugby player explains why the Games are important for the athletes.
“Yes I Can!” Channel 4 create “best Paralympic TV commercial ever!”IPC President Sir Philip Craven gives his glowing reaction to the British broadcaster’s new Rio 2016 Paralympic Games TV commercial.