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Visually impaired athletes from all over the world are training hard for the biggest event of the year - the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
The Rio 2016 Paralympic Games begin on Wednesday September 7th with the opening ceremony and run through until the closing ceremony on Sunday September 18th. Both ceremonies will be held at the world-famous Maracanã Stadium.
Caption: Rio 2016 Paralympic Games logo.
IBSA has three sports on the Paralympic programme - Football 5-a-side, Goalball and Judo. In addition to these sports, blind and partially sighted athletes will compete in many other disciplines, including Athletics, Swimming, Sailing, Cycling and Rowing.
Here's a run down on the IBSA sports...
The draw for the blind football (called Football 5-a-side at the Paralympic Games) competition took place in Rio de Janeiro in April.
Link to the Football 5-a-side draw.
Caption: Jefinho, Brazilian blind football player, pulls a country out of the pot.
Eight teams from four continents split in two groups of four for the first stage. Hosts and reigning Paralympic and IBSA World Championships Brazil face Morocco, Turkey and Iran in Group A, while IBSA World Games gold medallists Argentina take on Mexico, Russia and China in Group B.
Caption: infographic showing the Football 5-a-side groups.
Competition kicks off on Friday 9th and concludes with the final on Saturday 17th. The venue for the competition is the Olympic Tennis Centre.
Link to the Rio 2016 Football 5-a-side competition match schedule.
Ten women's teams and ten men's teams start the Goalball competitions on Thursday 8th and will be looking to book a slot in the medals games on Friday 16th.
Link to the Goalball draw.
The opening round sees the teams split in groups of five. On the men's side hosts and IBSA World Champions Brazil face Algeria, Canada, Germany and Sweden in Group A, while Group B pairs Paralympic champions Finland with USA, Turkey, China and Lithuania.
Caption: results of the men's Goalball draw.
In the women's event Group C brings together IBSA World Champions USA, London 2012 Paralympic gold medallists Japan, Algeria, Brazil and Israel. In Group D Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, Canada and China will face each other for a place in the next round.
Caption: results of the women's Goalball draw.
Link to the Rio 2016 Goalball Competition match schedule.
Goalball takes place at the Arena do Futuro.
Eighty-four male judokas compete for medals in seven weight categories, while in the women's event 48 athletes take part in six weight categories.
Caption: Judo pictogramme for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Competition takes place at the Carioca Arena 3 from September 8th to 10th. Ukraine, Cuba and Azerbaijan, the top three countries at the London 2012 Paralympic Games, will be looking to top the medal table.
Caption: Rio 2016 banner.
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