Gangneung 2017: South Korea team previewHaving been promoted to the A-Pool, the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games hosts will be looking for a top five finish.
Gangneung 2017: Canada team previewSeventeen players from Canada’s silver medal squad from 2015 return to the World Para Ice Hockey Championships stage.
Gangneung 2017: Norway team previewThe European bronze medallists are hoping for a podium place at the 2017 World Para Ice Hockey Championships.
Gangneung 2017: Italy team previewThe Italians will be hoping to improve on their best ever finish from 2015, at the World Para Ice Hockey Championships A-Pool.
Gangneung 2017: Sweden team previewCan the newly promoted Swedish team claim their first medal on the world stage since 2004 at the World Para Ice Hockey Championships?
Gangneung 2017: Germany team previewCan the Germans reach a top five finish at the Para ice hockey World Championships to qualify for PyeongChang 2018?
Gangneung 2017: USA team previewTwelve players from the team’s 2015 victory return to the ice for the 2017 World Para Ice Hockey Championships.
No. 1 Rio 2016 are the People’s GamesDespite issues in the build-up, the Rio 2016 showed to the world that the Paralympics can be a success in any country they are staged.
No. 2: More medals for more countriesA total of 83 countries won at least one medal at Rio 2016, the most ever at a Paralympic Games.
No. 3 The IPC make a stand for clean sportOn 7 August the IPC suspended the Russian Paralympic Committee for failure to fulfil its IPC membership obligations.