World Para Athletics Championships
The World Para Athletics Championships, known as the IPC Athletics World Championships prior to 2017, are a biennial Paralympic athletics event organized by World Para Athletics, a subcommittee of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC). It features athletics events contested by athletes with physical and intellectual disabilities. The first IPC Athletics World Championships were held in Berlin, Germany in 1994.
|Most recent season or competition:|
2019 World Para Athletics Championships
|Formerly||IPC Athletics World Championships (1994–2017)|
They are a Paralympic parallel to the World Athletics Championships for able-bodied athletes. Since 2011, when they switched from a quadrennial scheduling to biennial, the IPC championships have been held in the same years as the IAAF championships, although they are separate events and are not necessarily held in the same host city. In 2017, London, which previously hosted the 2012 Summer Paralympics, became the first city to host both the IAAF World Championships and World Para Athletics Championships in the same year.
|1||1994 ()||Berlin||Germany||22–31 July||Berlin Olympiastadion||1154|
|2||1998 ()||Birmingham||United Kingdom||6–16 August||Alexander Stadium||+ 1000||United Kingdom|
|3||2002 ()||Lille||France||20–28 July||Stadium Nord Lille Métropole||China|
|4||2006 ()||Assen||Netherlands||2–10 September||Sports Park Stadsbroek||China|
|5||2011 ()||Christchurch||New Zealand||21–30 January||Queen Elizabeth II Park||213||1060||China|
|6||2013 ()||Lyon||France||19–28 July||Stade du Rhône||207||1073||Russia|
|7||2015 ()||Doha||Qatar||22–31 October||Suheim Bin Hamad Stadium||212||1230||China|
|8||2017 ()||London||United Kingdom||14–23 July||Olympic Stadium, Stratford||210||1074||China|
|9||2019 ()||Dubai||United Arab Emirates||7–15 November||Dubai Club for People of Determination||172||1365||China|
|10||2022 ()||Kobe||Japan||Universiade Memorial Stadium|
Junior (U18/17 and U20)
|1||2017 ()||Nottwil||Switzerland||3-6 August||Sport Arena Nottwil||117||275||United States|
|2||2019 ()||Nottwil||Switzerland||1-4 August||Sport Arean Nottwil||109||300||United States|
All-time medal table
Senior (2011 to 2019)
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Junior (2017 to 2019)
|1||United States (USA)||34||11||11||56|
|3||Great Britain (GBR)||15||12||9||36|
|8||South Africa (RSA)||11||10||6||27|
|22||United Arab Emirates (UAE)||2||8||5||15|
|24||Saudi Arabia (KSA)||2||4||0||6|
|35||New Zealand (NZL)||1||1||0||2|
|39||Czech Republic (CZE)||0||1||2||3|
|40||Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF)||0||1||0||1|
|Totals (40 nations)||226||191||147||564|
- https://www.nottwil2019.ch/__/frontend/handler/document.php?id=166&type=42 - 2017 Medal table
- https://www.nottwil2019.ch/__/frontend/handler/document/42/225/20190801-04_Medal%20Table%20combined.pdf - 2019 Medal table
- F = field athletes
- T = track athletes
- P = pentathlon
- 11-13 – visually impaired, 11 and 12 compete with a sighted guide
- 20 – intellectual disability
- 31-38 – cerebral palsy or other conditions that affect muscle co-ordination and control. Athletes in class 31-34 compete in a seated position; athletes in class 35-38 compete standing.
- 40-46 – amputation, les autre
- 51-58 – wheelchair athletes
- IPC Athletics World Championships To Begin in France, International Paralympic Committee, 19 July 2002
- The cultural politics of the paralympic movement, By David Howe, 2008, Social Science, Google Books
- Hart, Simon (18 October 2012). "Olympic Stadium set to host 2017 World Paralympic Championships". The Daily Telegraph. London.
- "London named host city for 2017 Paralympic World Championships". BBC sport. 19 December 2012. Retrieved 19 December 2012.
- "Kobe to host 2021 World Para Athletics Championships". International Paralympic Committee. 23 April 2019.