When do the World Para Athletics Championships 2017 start, what TV channel are the Games on, and who are the Brits to watch out for?

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All eyes will be on the Olympic Stadium in Stratford as the World Championships come to town

THE Olympic Stadium in Stratford hosts the World Para Athletics Championships.

The event gets underway tonight, and will be broadcast on Channel 4.

Wheelchair sprint champ Hannah Cockroft will be in action

When does the World Para Athletics Championships start, and how long is it on for?

The World Para Athletics Championships starts tonight, July 14 and runs rights up until July 23.

The Games take place every two years.

Before London, the last World Para Athletics Championships were in Doha, Qatar back in October 2015.

What TV channel is the World Para Athletics Championships on?

The World Para Athletics Championships will be broadcast on Channel 4.

Channel 4 will be showing coverage of the event every night.

Jonnie Peacock will be aiming for another golden triumph

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Jonnie Peacock will be aiming for another golden triumph

What stars should I be watching out for?

Brit stars Jonnie Peacock, Hannah Cockroft, Richard Whitehead lead the way as top medal hopes.

Wheelchair racer Cockroft is in action on the opening day as she aims for an eighth world title.

She has also won FIVE Paralympic gold medals.

Peacock is a double Paralympic sprinting champ and is gunning for more success in London.

Whitehead won 200m T42 gold in both Lonond 2012 and Rio 2016 too.

How can I get tickets?

Tickets can be purchased from the World Athletics Championships’ official website.

Tickets for the World Para Athletics Championships cost £10 for adults and £5 for children. under the age of 16.


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