Grant-Stuart pedals into action on August 31 at Tokyo Paralympics
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Walter Grant-Stuart carries the Golden Arrowhead at the opening of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Walter Grant-Stuart carries the Golden Arrowhead at the opening of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.

THE World was presented with a colourful opening yesterday of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Walter Grant-Stuart, Guyana’s lone representative of the game is in Japan, with coach Jaime Skeete.
Noted as one of Guyana’s best cyclists, Grant-Stuart will compete in the Men’s C5 Time Trial on Tuesday. August 31 and the Men’s C4-5 Road Race on Friday, September 3. No athlete from Guyana has ever qualified for the Paralympic Games, until now.
While Guyana participated at the ‘Special Olympics’, according to the International Paralympics Committee (IPC), athletes who compete in the Paralympics are elite athletes who have to qualify for the games and meet certain standards of performance.

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