In 2009 the IPC voted to re-include athletes with intellectual impairment
into the Paralympic Program. Currently there are opportunities to compete in
Athletics, Swimming & Table Tennis.

Countdown to the Rio 2016 Paralympics

2016 Rio Paralympic Games

September 7, 2016
Rio Paralympics,
, Rio De Janero , Brazil
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Athletes Without Limits swimmers and track and field athletes are working hard to qualify for the US Paralympic Team competing at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games. Check back for news on our Paralympic hopefuls closer to the event.

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2012 London Paralympic Games

August 30, 2012
London Paralympics,
, London , United Kingdom
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The London 2012 Games are the first to follow the 2009/2010 vote to re-include athletes with intellectual disability into the Paralympic Program. There are opportunities in Athletics, Swimming & Table Tennis. To be selected for the US team, athletes must be competitive with the best athletes in the world in their respective events. Results: Visit our newsroom for detailed stories. Summary: Athletes Without Limits runner Michael Murray made history by being the first US athlete to be selected for the US Paralympic Team following strong performances at the 2010 US Paralympic Track & Field Nationals and the 2011 IPC World ...

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Who's Eligible?
US Athletes with physical or visual disabilities should go directly to the US Paralympics website for information. Athletes with intellectual impairment should complete the Inas/Paralympic Athlete Eligibility Application managed by Athletes Without Limits as the first step towards Paralympic eligibility.