The Paralympics is coming to an end (Picture: Mark Kiefe ATPImages via Getty)
2020 Tokyo Paralympics has seen a selection of historical achievements for Team GB.
Paralympic cyclist Dame Sarah Storey became Great Britain’s most successful Paralympian, while wheelchair racer Hannah Cockroft set a new world record with her time.
Following a spectacular summer of sport, the end is near for the Paralympics, which was delayed by a year due to the pandemic.
If you want to catch the action as it unfolds, read on to find out where you’ll be able to watch the Paralympics closing ceremony.
How to watch the Paralympics closing ceremony
The 2020 Tokyo Paralympics closing ceremony will be available to watch live on Channel 4.
The broadcaster has the rights to all Paralympics coverage for 2021 and therefore will be airing the end of the sporting event, too.
The 2020 Tokyo Paralympics has seen Team GB breaking records (Picture: Moto Yoshimura/Getty Images)
The coverage of the closing ceremony will also feature a look ahead to what we can expect from the next Paralympics in three years’ time.
When do the Paralympics end and what time can you watch the coverage from?
The Paralympics closing ceremony will air from 11.30am on Sunday, September 5 on Channel 4 who will broadcast live coverage of the event.
The 2020 Tokyo Paralympics end after the final events, which take place on Sunday morning.
These events are the men’s and women’s marathon events, along with badminton, shooting, women’s sitting volleyball and wheelchair basketball.
Which city is hosting the Paralympics next?
Paris is next on the list to host the Paralympics and, despite the delay for this year’s Games, it is set to be held in 2024.
Paris will be hosting the next Paralympics in 2024 (Picture: Alex Pantling via Getty Images)
The reported start date is Wednesday, August 28, 2024, until Sunday September 8, 2024. This could change closer to the time.
This is the first time the city will be hosting the Paralympics, and the venues will include Stade de France, La Chapelle Arena and La Courneuve Shooting Range.
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