India will send its largest-ever contingent with 54 para-athletes competing in nine sporting disciplines. 2016 Rio Paralympics was the most successful outing for India where the country for 2 gold, 1 silver and as many bronze and the South Asian sporting giant will look to bag more at Tokyo. Also read- Tokyo Paralympics 2020: Live streaming, TV broadcasters, start date
Badminton will make its Paralympics debut and India will be gearing to bag some medals while Prachi Yadav will be the first ever canoer to qualify in Paralympics from India.
Here is India’s complete contingent for Tokyo Paralympics 2020-
- Harvinder Singh (Recurve individual open)
- Vivek Chikara (Recurve individual open)
- Rakesh Kumar (Compound individual open)
- Shyam Sundar Swami (Compound individual open)
Jyoti Baliyan (Compound individual open)