You’ll know all about Usain Bolt’s Olympic record in the 100m, and you’re probably aware of many other Olympic records.
But do you know how fast the athletes at the Paralympic Games can run? Do you know how fast Andre Brasil can swim 50 metres?
Here’s a list of some of those records which athletes will be targeting at this year’s Paralympic Games in Rio.
The women’s record holder is Zhou Guohua, who is also visually impaired, and runs with a guide. She ran a time of 11.91 at London 2012 in the T12 heats, and went on to win the final, beating Britain's Libby Clegg.
The women’s record stands at 1.66 metres, set by Petra Quade of Germany in the T46/47 class. Quade broke the record at the seventh Paralympic Games in New York, 32 years ago in 1984.
The women’s record holder is Tanja Dragic of Serbia. Tanja competed in the F12 category at London 2012 as well, and threw 42.51 metres. She is a gold medal winner, which makes her one of Serbia’s most successful Paralympians of all time.
The women’s record went to Russia’s Oxana Savchenko, once again at London 2012. Oxana swam a time of 26.90 seconds in the S12 category, has an impressive collection of gold medals, and is a visually impaired swimmer.
The women’s record is held by Ukrainian athlete Oksana Zubkovska, who broke the record at London 2012 in the T12 category. Zubkovska jumped 6.60 metres on her way to claiming the record.