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Which Paralympic Star Are You?

The competition at the Paralympics in Tokyo is bound to be fierce – but which athlete are you similar to? Take this quiz and find out!

While every Paralympics competitor is amazing, several athletes have already been tipped for medal glory at the Tokyo 2020 event this summer. Which of these sporting legends are you most like?

We’ve compiled a scientific personality quiz using the latest technology (computers, really) to give you a precise answer to such a question. Are you ready? On your marks… go!

1/10 A man thinking about sport next to a running track

First of all, what's your favourite sport?

2/10 A woman holding a sports bottle

What's the first thing you reach for after you've finished doing some exhausting sport?

3/10 A person relaxing on a beach with a dolphin in the background

How do you like to spend your Saturday morning?

4/10 A man being hit in the face with a football
Giphy

Do you have a motto when taking part in sports?

5/10 An athlete running over a pineapple

Would you say you're quite strict when it comes to training?

6/10 Sports commentator's microphone

How would a sports commentator describe you?

7/10 A man eating spaghetti bolognese

How would you prepare for a big sporting event?

8/10 A woman reading a sports book

What's your favourite type of book to read?

9/10 A man doing knitting next to a hedge

What's your best skill?

10/10 A hand clutching a gold medal

How would you react if you won a gold medal?

Kadeena Cox MBE
paralympics.org.uk

You are: Kadeena Cox MBE!

Kadeena's a Team GB gold medallist and is an exceptional runner and cyclist, and is bound to do well at Tokyo 2020.

Shingo Kunieda
@shingokunieda | Instagram

You are: Shingo Kunieda!

Tokyo-born Shingo is one to watch in the wheelchair tennis competition – he's the only player to have retained the Men's Singles title at the Paralympics and is one of the favourites to scoop a gold medal.

Anastasia Pagonis
@anastasia_k_p | Instagram

You are: Anastasia Pagonis!

Long Island swimmer Anastasia began to lose her sight at the age of 12, but has emerged as one of the USA team's best new swimmers in the 400-metre Freestyle and 100-metre Freestyle categories. She has over 200,000 followers on Instagram and has a guide dog called Radar!

Petrucio Ferreira
paralympic.org

You are: Petrucio Ferreira!

This Brazilian sprinting legend has won gold and silver medals at the 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro and looks set to repeat this success in Tokyo.