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Benoit Huot adjusts his goggles while wearing a swimming cap.

Top 5 Paralympic Sports: Day 4

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. Sunday is such a busy day at Rio 2016, we've made it a top six list so you don't miss any of the action! See the AMI-tv schedule for described video the Opening and Closing Ceremony of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games on CBC, as well as weekend coverage of high-performance sport. For more information regarding daily coverage of the 2016 Paralympic Games on CBC, please visit


Josh Cassidy races in the mens 5000m final this morning, along with Brent Lakatos and Jean-Philippe Maranda in the mens 400m final. There is so much exciting Canadian action on the track today!


Chantal Givens and Christine Robbins both offer great medal chances for Canada in para-triathlon. Christine is a PT5 classification for athletes with a visual impairment, and will be the first visually impaired Canadian ever to be at the start line in para-triathlon at a Paralympic Games. Competing with her guide, Sasha Boulton, the para-triathlon consists of a 750m swim, 20km bike and a 5km run.


Superstars Aurelie Rivard and Benoit Huot are both in the pool for Canada this evening. Will Huot break the 20 medal milestone in Rio?


The Boccia action continues with Team Canada taking on Thailand and Belgium in the team format competitions.


The Canadian women take on Ukraine in the afternoon – one more step in their quest for world domination.

Sitting Volleyball

The Canadian women take it hard to the net against a very strong Dutch team.

See, that's a top six...we just can't seem to keep it to a top five with so many #ParaTough athletes to watch at these amazing Rio 2016 Paralympic Games!