Disability sport calendar

British wheelchair tennis star Gordon Reid became the third Briton to finish 2016 as world number one, following fellow Scots Andy and Jamie Murray
British wheelchair tennis star Gordon Reid became the third Briton to finish 2016 as world number one, following fellow Scots Andy and Jamie Murray

BBC Sport picks out the key sporting events of 2017.

*The list will be updated with further fixtures and events as they are confirmed; dates and venues are subject to change.

JULY 2017

18-30: Summer Deaflympics, Samsun, Turkey

28: ITU World Paratriathlon Series, Edmonton, Canada

AUGUST 2017

1-6: British Open wheelchair tennis, Nottingham

3-6: World Junior ParaAthletics Championships, Nottwil, Switzerland

8-11: Special Olympics GB National Games, Sheffield

23-27: Para Canoe World Championships, Racice, Czech Republic

31-3 September: UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

SEPTEMBER 2017

6-10: IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World Cup, Atlanta, USA

7-10: US Open wheelchair tennis, New York

12-17: World Para-Archery Championships, Beijing, China

15: World Triathlon Grand Final, Rotterdam

22-27: FEI European Equestrian Championships, Gotheburg, Sweden

23-30: Multi-sports - Invictus Games, Toronto

24: Berlin Marathon

30: ITU Paratriathlon World Cup, Alanya, Turkey

24-1 October: World Para Rowing Championships, Sarasota-Bradenton, USA

26-5 October: European Table Tennis Championships, Lasko, Slovenia

30-7 October: IPC Swimming World Championships, Mexico City

30-7 October: IPC Powerlifting World Championships, Mexico City

OCTOBER 2017

8: Chicago Marathon

8: ITU Paratriathlon World Cup, Sarasota, USA

17-19: IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World Cup, Pisa, Italy

19: World Para Taekwondo Championships, London

NOVEMBER 2017

21-26: World Para Badminton Championships, Ulsan, South Korea

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