With two years to go until the 2020 Paralympic Games begin in Tokyo, International Paralympic Committee President Andrew Parsons said the largest challenges that remain are the same as for any games — promoting Paralympic sports and maximizing the legacy of the event.

In an interview in July, Parsons said that preparations for the games — which will run from Aug. 25 to Sept. 6 — are on track due in large part to valuable contributions from the Japanese Paralympic Committee, the central and metropolitan governments, the private sector and the media.

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