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Tickets go on sale for 2020 Tokyo Paralympics

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Tokyo – The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has announced that the international tickets for the 2020 Paralympic Games are on sale from Thursday 5th September. The IPC’s ticket Partner is CoSport.com.

The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games are set to be the biggest and best yet with around 4,400 Para athletes from more than 160 countries taking part in 22 sports.

The Opening Ceremony on 25 August 2020 at the stunning and newly built Olympic Stadium will kick off 12 days of outstanding sport which will feature 540 medal events.

In addition to the hugely popular sports of athletics, swimming and wheelchair basketball, the sports of badminton and taekwondo will feature in the Paralympics for the first time.

From the world’s greatest Para athletes to Tokyo’s state-of-the-art technology to Japan’s famous hospitality, the Games are set to captivate the world through to 6 September 2020.

“CoSport invites fans of sport, Tokyo and the Paralympic Movement to be part of the extraordinary with tickets to one of the greatest competitions in the world,” said CoSport President Robert F. Long. “This includes Hotel & Ticket Packages which simplify attending the Games so fans can make the most of their experience.”

“As any Paralympian or sports fan can tell you, there are few opportunities more awe-inspiring or exhilarating than attending the Paralympic Games,” said Alexis Schaefer, the IPC’s Commercial, Broadcasting and Partnership Director. “With less than one year to go, Tokyo 2020 is on course to deliver the greatest Paralympic Games yet and we are delighted to invite international sport fans to enjoy this once-in-lifetime experience with CoSport.

 

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