Almost 350 of the world's top disabled athletes from 47 countries will be in Manchester for the Visa Paralympic World Cup in May.

This is the third year of the event which will run from 7-13 May at three venues in Manchester with wheelchair basketball, cycling, swimming and athletics all featuring on the schedule.
Among the highlights will be Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson's final race before she brings the curtain down on her illustrious career.

BBC Sport gives you the lowdown on what to expect from each event.
There will be live coverage from the Paralympic World Cup on Sunday 13 May on BBC Two from 1545-1745 BST

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