Track and Field Athletics in Ontario continues to grow for para athletes. One of the unique characteristics of the sport is the variety of events offered as well the age demographics it brings to the competition. Athletics Ontario with partnership of it’s club members and MSO’s provide athletes training, coaching and the opportunity to participate in competitions throughout the province at sanctioned indoor and outdoor meets. The rules of Paralympic Track and Field are almost identical to those of the Olympics.

Paralympic Rules and Regulations 2018-2019


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Track Events: Athletes have the opportunity to compete in 100, 200, 400, 800, 1500, and 5000 meter individual races as well as the 4×100 and 4×400 meter relay races.

Throw Events: Athletes have the opportunity to compete in Shot Put, Javelin, Club Throw and Discus

Jump Events: Athletes have the opportunity to compete in High Jump, Long Jump, and Triple Jump

Road Events: Athletes have the opportunity to compete in 5km, 10km, Half Marathon, Marathon

Updated World Para Athletics Classification Rules and Regulations can be found here.


To have athletes in the most competitive environment, athletes are classified based on their abilities that coincide with their anatomical function level.

Examples include:

  • Wheelchair 
  • Ambulatory (Cerebral Palsy, visual impairments, intellectual impairments, amputees)
For more information on classification visit Athletics Canada or


Interested in competing? Attend An Event

Look for the IPC logo for all Para Sanctioned events in Ontario. International Classification Opportunities: click here.

 = International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Sanctioned 

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