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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.

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.

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.

Photo: Wheelchair Racer Brent Lakatos has represented Canada in three Paralympics (triple silver medalist). In this photo, Brent wins one of three gold medals at the TORONTO 2015 Parapan Am Games. (Courtesy of the CPC, 2015

Top 5 Paralympic Sports: Day 2

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.

Swimmer Aurelie Rivard holds up her pointer finger symbolizing number one while sticking out her tongue with a smile in the pool at the end of a race.

Top 5 Paralympic Sports: Day 1

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