Hello friends, and welcome to the last full day and second to last day of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics! My denial that both a) the Paralympics are ending and b) Beijing Winter Olympics are literally only five months away are strong! Coverage will begin on NBCSN at 10pm EDT, and live events run from approx 9am-10pm JST, 1am-2pm BST, 8pm-9am EDT, and 5pm-6am PDT.
The Paralympics are set to have record-breaking coverage for Tokyo 2020 thanks to many international broadcast partners. Televised events and individual live streams can be found through the following stations: NBCSN (USA) streaming links/schedule, CBC (Canada) streaming links/schedule, Channel 4 (UK) streaming links/schedule, and/or on the official Paralympics international streaming website
Competition schedule - 4⃣ September— #Tokyo2020 (@Tokyo2020) September 3, 2021
Today’s #Tokyo2020 highlights:
🔶 Final #WheelchairTennis event 🎾
🔷 Final #Boccia event 🔵🔴
🔶11 sports will award medals today 🥇
For the full schedule 👉 https://t.co/COCHTbLSGy
Live events include: Archery 🥇, Athletics (Track and Field) 🥇, Badminton 🥇, Boccia 🥇, Canoe Sprint 🥇, Football 5-a-side 🥇, Shooting 🥇, Sitting Volleyball 🥇, Taekwondo 🥇, Wheelchair Basketball 🥇, Wheelchair Tennis 🥇
A schedule of all events can be found here, and today's page lets you see the events in your local time zone! Here's also a link to a great, detailed guide on different classifications for events.
A first ever #SittingVolleyball win for #RWA!— Paralympic Games (@Paralympics) September 3, 2021
They defeat #JPN 3-0 in the women's 7/8th position classification match, ahead of Day 10's semi finals later on#Tokyo2020 #Paralympics @npcrwanda pic.twitter.com/cB0GrKmmnY
Out six-time Paralympian Asya Miller claimed her fifth Paralympics medal Friday in what may be her final Paralympics appearance https://t.co/6jTiWKNf06— Outsports (@outsports) September 3, 2021
[Assorted highlights: para taekwondo, athletics, swimming, archery, cycling]
#GOLD FOR PAKISTAN!— Paralympic Games (@Paralympics) September 3, 2021
Haider Ali #PAK wins the men's F37 discus throw and makes gives Pakistan their first ever medal at the #Paralympics!
They are the 84th different nation/NPC to score a medal at #Tokyo2020 - a new record!#ParaAthletics
From riding round corners with my eyes closed (due to the sideways rain/hail), to not touching my brakes down that final descent, to the relief of crossing the line to win 🥇I’m still drying out I think! What a day!!— Dame Sarah Storey (@DameSarahStorey) September 2, 2021
📸 @swpixtweets pic.twitter.com/eg1GFVSsOV
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all the medals! and all the events are fairly spread out so cheers to the last night of team no sleep