2014 Sochi Paralympics

Shortly after the 22nd Olympic Winter Games wind to a close and athletes from all over return home to bask in glory, Sochi will do it all again from March 7th-16th when it proudly hosts the XI Paralympic Winter Games. Athletes from all over, who have overcome unimaginable difficulties, will wow the world with their spirit, determination, and athleticism as they defy your every expectation. With 72 events in six sports and the world premiere of Para-snowboarding on an Olympic stage, this will be a Paralympics for the history books and there is no excuse for you not to be a part of it. So, plan a flight, book a hotel, come to Sochi, and be a part of history with the XI Paralympic Winter Games.

Latest news about the Para-Olympics 2014:

Durban officially launch "compact and unique" bid for 2022 Commonwealth Games By Nick Butler at Mansion House in LondonDurban officially launched their bid for the 2022 Commonwealth Games here today, promising a "compact and unique" concept that will boost South Africa, as well as the wider region.
Exclusive: South African bid for 2024 Olympics and Paralympics "unrealistic", admits Sports Minister By David Owen at Mansion House in LondonSouth African Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has all but ruled out a bid from his country for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, telling insidethegames it would be "unrealistic".
Cogdell returns from break to win season-opening trap shooting World Cup title By Nick ButlerUnited States' Corey Cogdell won the opening International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup title of the season today in Acapulco, triumphing in the trap event to also secure an Olympic Quota spot for Rio 2016.
Fenninger earns back-to-back victories after triumphing in rearranged Super-G By Michael PavittAustria's Anna Fenninger claimed victory for the second consecutive day in Bankso, Bulgaria, as she added a Super-G win to her combined International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup triumph.
Fasken Martineau announced as legal partner of Canadian Paralympic Committee By Michael PavittA partnership has been announced between the Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) and Fasken Martineau, a leading international business law and litigation firm, in a deal which will see them act as the organisation's official legal partner until 2018.