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Track events included distance, relay and marathon races. Field events include shot-put, discus, javelin and pentathlon.
There are certain adaptations to different events to accommodate certain disabilities. For example, guide runners are usually attached to the visually impaired runner’s wrist, and for participants with spinal cord injuries and other lower extremity impairments, specialized racing chairs are used, along with throwing chairs for the field events. All athletes are classified according to level of injury. For additional information about track and field please take a look at the following websites: