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:

Spain and Russia bounce back as Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships come to an end By Daniel EtchellsSpain and Russia successfully defended their group competition world titles in the five clubs and the three balls and two ribbons respectively, as the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships drew to a close in Izmir.
Paralympic equestrian champion Pearson opens new facility for disabled youngsters By Emily GoddardLee Pearson, Great Britain's ten-time Paralympic equestrian champion, has officially opened a new multi-sensory room for young people with physical and learning disabilities at Millstead School in Liverpool.
Hong Kong eyeing wheelchair fencing gold at Asian Para Games By Zjan ShirinianHong Kong will be gunning for gold when the wheelchair fencing competition begins at the Incheon 2014 Asian Para Games, but Paralympic champion Chan Yui Chong is expecting stiff competition.
Sebastian Coe to headline speaker list at Securing Sport 2014 By Daniel EtchellsSebastian Coe, chairman of the British Olympic Association and vice-president of the International Association of Athletics Federations, will headline a list of high-profile speakers at Securing Sport 2014, the International Centre of Sport Security (ICSS) has announced today.
FIFA player insurance scheme renewed until 2018 By David OwenFIFA's ruling Executive Committee has approved the renewal of the Club Protection Programme (CPP) - the scheme designed to remove a longstanding bone of contention by compensating clubs when players they employ are injured on international duty - for a further four years.