Paralympic World Cup
The Paralympic World Cup is an annual international multi-sport event for elite athletes with a disability, that has been hosted in Manchester, England, since 2005. It is organized by the British Paralympic Association (BPA) in coordination with the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).
Since 2010, athletes are divided into four teams: Great Britain, Europe, Americas and one team with the rest of the world. Athletes' individual performances also count towards a team score, and the winning team get the BT Paralympic World Cup trophy.
- Athletics (2005–present)
- Wheelchair basketball (2005–present) - at the Manchester Regional Arena indoor track
- Swimming (2005–present) - at the Manchester Aquatics Centre
- Track cycling (2005–2009) - at the Manchester Velodrome
- Football 7-a-side (2010)
- Demonstration sports
|2005 Visa Paralympic World Cup||12–15 May||ca 40||ca 350||4|||
|2006 Visa Paralympic World Cup||1–7 May||40||360||4|||
|2007 Visa Paralympic World Cup||7–13 May||47||ca 350||4|||
|2008 Paralympic World Cup||45||ca 400||4|||
|2009 BT Paralympic World Cup||40||over 400||4|||
|2010 BT Paralympic World Cup||25–31 May||28||303||4|
|2011 BT Paralympic World Cup||23–28 May||over 30||over 300||3|||
|2012 BT Paralympic World Cup|
- www.paralympicworldcup.com (official website); retrieved 2010-07-21.
- About the BT Paralympic World Cup, Official site of the BT Paralympic World Cup
- "About the Paralympic World Cup".
- Paralympic World Cup website (www.btparalympicworldcup.com); retrieved 2010-07-21.
- Paralympics World Cup: Kindred's spirit, menmedia.co.uk, May 10, 2005
- Bigger, Better Visa Paralympic World Cup in 2006, nwda.co.uk, May 3, 2006
- World Cup lowdown, BBC News, April 30, 2007
- British winners excel at Paralympic World Cup, The Telegraph, May 11, 2008
- BT to sponsor Paralympic World Cup, morethanthegames.co.uk, January 15, 2009
- Oscar Pistorius relishing return to action in BT Paralympic World Cup, The Telegraph, May 19, 2009
- Paralympic World Cup to stage London 2012 medal events, The Telegraph, February 21, 2011
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