Get the lowdown on a series of brilliant races and all the breath-taking action set for the Rio Olympic Velodrome between 15 and 18 September.
The Rio Olympic Velodrome will stage the cycling track events from 15-18 September.
The Netherland’s Alyda Norbruis, who claimed silver in the 500m time-trial at London 2012, will be looking to win her first Paralympic gold in Rio. Her hopes are high after she left last year’s track World Championships as the most decorated cyclist.
Storey sealed 16 Paralympic medals in swimming between 1992 and 2004, before a switch to cyclingsaw her accumulate six more gold medals. In Rio she could add a 23rd Paralympic medal to her tally, making her career even more exceptional.
Location: Rio Olympic Velodrome
Schedule: 15-18 September
Mark your calendars for…
Thursday, 15 September
Friday, 16 September
• 10:00-10:48 Final – Women’s individual kilo (B).
Saturday, 17 September
• 10:00-10:36 Final – Women’s individual 500m (C1-3).
Sunday, 18 September
• 11:34-13:06 Final – Men’s individual kilo (B), women’s individual pursuit (B), mixed team sprint (C1-5).
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Sport fans from around the world can now buy their Paralympic tickets for Rio 2016 from authorised ticket resellers (ATRs).
The IPC’s Global ATR is Jet Set Sports, and Rio 2016 tickets and packages can be purchased on the CoSport website.
Residents of Brazil can buy 2016 Paralympics tickets directly from the Rio 2016 website.
Visa International is the exclusive payment card and the official payment system for the Paralympic Games.