International Paralympic Committee President Andrew Parsons said the body is working to streamline next year’s postponed Tokyo Paralympics but will cut no corners regarding athletes, competitions or spectators.

With just a year to go until the Paralympics, which were pushed back from 2020 due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Parsons told Kyodo News the experience for competitors and spectators will be preserved at the world’s biggest event for athletes with disabilities.

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