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Canadian swimming legend Benoit Huot pumps his right fist in the air while holding back tears after he won his 20th Paralympic Games medal on Sept. 15, 2016. Photo courtesy Chelsey Gotell.

Top 5 Paralympic Sports: Day 9

Each day of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, AMI presents the top five sports to watch, with a focus on Canadian athletes from the blind and partially sighted community.

Canada's Zak Madell carries the ball as an American defender leans into him to disrupt his momentum during a wheelchair rugby match at the Toronto 2015 Parapan Am Games.

Top 5 Paralympic Sports: Day 7

Each day of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, AMI presents the top five sports to watch, with a focus on Canadian athletes from the blind and partially sighted community.

Jason Dunkerley races with his guide Josh Karanja during the men's 1500m T11 final at the Toronto 2015 Parapan Am Games.

Top 5 Paralympic Sports: Day 6

Visit AMI.ca daily during the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games for a list of top five sports to watch featuring Canadian athletes with disabilities.

Whitney Bogart and Jil Macsween of Canada reach to save the ball during the women's semi final versus USA in goalball at the Toronto 2015 Parapan Am Games.

Top 5 Paralympic Sports: Day 5

Visit AMI.ca daily during the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games for a list of top five sports to watch featuring Canadian athletes with disabilities.

Benoit Huot adjusts his goggles while wearing a swimming cap.

Top 5 Paralympic Sports: Day 4

Visit AMI.ca daily during the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games for a list of top five sports to watch featuring Canadian athletes with disabilities.

Flag bearer for Team Canada at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games and wheelchair basketball star David Eng takes a shot from close to the free throw line.

Top 5 Paralympic Sports: Day 3

Visit AMI.ca daily during the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games for a list of top five sports to watch featuring Canadian athletes with disabilities.