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:

Ukrainian biathletes at the double on fifth day of IPC Nordic Skiing World Championships By Liam MorganUkraine enjoyed double success on the fifth day of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Nordic Skiing World Championships as Oleksandra Kononova and Ihor Reptyukh both claimed gold in the long distance biathlon events in Cable.
Ukraine Otamans edge China Dragons in thrilling World Series of Boxing contest in Sanya By Liam MorganUkraine Otamans maintained their unbeaten record in Group A of the World Series of Boxing (WSB) with a narrow 3-2 victory over home franchise China Dragons at the Mangrovetree Convention Center in Sanya.
Four titles won on penultimate day at sailing World Cup in Miami By Michael PavittFour gold medals were decided today with a day to spare at the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Cup in Miami, ahead of the concluding medal races tomorrow.
Beijing 2008 athletics medallist breaks Para-cycling world record after switching sports By Nick ButlerNew Zealand's athlete turned Para-cyclist Kate Horan has broken the flying 200 metres world record during the country's National Championships in Cambridge.
Alcott claims maiden Grand Slam title in front of home crowd at Australian Open By Liam MorganAustralia's Dylan Alcott claimed his maiden quad wheelchair Grand Slam singles title with a straight-sets win over David Wagner in front of his home crowd at the Australian Open in Melbourne.