Paralympics: Team SG's competition schedule (Singapore times)

Para-athletes (front row, from second left) Suhairi Suhaini, Norsilawati Sa’at, Muhammad Diroy Noordin, para-sailors Jovin Tan, Yap Qian Yin and para-archer Nur Syahidah Alim (behind Tan) were in buoyant mood before flying to Rio de Janeiro for the
Para-athletes (front row, from second left) Suhairi Suhaini, Norsilawati Sa’at, Muhammad Diroy Noordin, para-sailors Jovin Tan, Yap Qian Yin and para-archer Nur Syahidah Alim (behind Tan) were in buoyant mood before flying to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Paralympic Games.ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO

The Rio Paralympics kicks off Thursday night (Sept 8, Singapore time). A total of 13 Singaporean athletes are participating across six sports - the largest contingent Singapore has sent to the Games. 

Here's the action to look forward to: 

Saturday (Sept 10)

Yip Pin Xiu

Swimming: Women's 100m backstroke S2 finals, 4.49am 

Norsilawati Sa'at 

Athletics: Women's 400m T52 finals, 10.04pm

Nurulasyiqah Taha, Toh Sze Ning

Boccia: Mixed pairs BC3 preliminaries, 11.40pm

Sunday (Sept 11)

Nur Syahidah Alim

Archery: Women's individual compound open ranking, 2am

Suhairi Suhani 

Athletics: Men's long jump T20 finals, 9.48pm

Nurulasyiqah Taha, Toh Sze Ning

Boccia: Mixed pairs BC3 preliminaries, 10pm

Muhammad Diroy Noordin

Athletics: Men's javelin throw F41 finals, 9.55pm

Theresa Goh 

Swimming: Women's 100m breaststroke SB4 heats, 10.27pm

Monday (Sept 12)

Maximillian Tan

Equestrian: Team test grade 1b, 1am 

Theresa Goh (if she makes it past heats)

Swimming: Women's 100m breaststroke SB4 finals, 7.04am

Women's 50m freestyle S5 heats, 11.01pm onwards

Tuesday (Sept 13)

Jovin Tan, Yap Qian Yin

Sailing: 2-person keelboat (SKUD18) race 1 and 2, from midnight

Laurentia Tan, Gemma Foo 

Equestrian: Team test grade 1a, midnight

Theresa Goh (if she makes it past heats)

Swimming: Women's 50m freestyle S5 finals, 7.35am

Nurulasyiqah Taha, Toh Sze Ning

Boccia: Mixed individual BC3 seeding, 9pm

Wednesday (Sept 14) 

Jovin Tan, Yap Qian Yin

Sailing: 2-person keelboat (SKUD18) race 3 and 4, from midnight onwards

Nurulasyiqah Taha, Toh Sze Ning

Boccia: Mixed individual BC3 seeding, 4am and 11pm

Thursday (Sept 15)

Jovin Tan, Yap Qian Yin

Sailing: 2-person keelboat (SKUD18) race 5 and 6, from midnight onwards

Maximillian Tan

Equestrian: Individual championship test grade 1b, 1am

Laurentia Tan, Gemma Foo 

Equestrian: Individual championship test grade 1a, 11.45pm

Friday (Sept 16)

Jovin Tan, Yap Qian Yin

Sailing: 2-person keelboat (SKUD18) race 7 and 8, 12am onwards

Yip Pin Xiu 

Swimming: Women's 50m backstroke S2 finals, 6.52am 

Nur Syahidah Alim

Archery: Women's individual compound open 1/8 to finals, 8pm

Muhammad Diroy Noordin 

Athletics: Men's shot put F40 finals, 9.45pm

Saturday (Sept 17)

Jovin Tan, Yap Qian Yin

Sailing: 2-person keelboat (SKUD18) race 9 and 10, midnight onwards

Maximillian Tan 

Equestrian: Individual freestyle test grade 1b, midnight

Laurentia Tan, Gemma Foo

Equestrian: Individual freestyle test grade 1a, 1.10am

Theresa Goh 

Swimming: Women's 100m freestyle S5 heats, 10.04pm onwards 

Norsilawati Sa'at

Athletics: Women's 100m T52 finals, 10.05pm 

Sunday (Sept 18)

Jovin Tan, Yap Qian Yin

Sailing: 2-person keelboat (SKUD18) race 11, midnight onwards

Theresa Goh (if she makes it past heats)

Swimming: Women's 100m freestyle S5 finals, 6.29am 

Mediacorp, the official broadcaster for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, will broadcast the Games on okto, its channel for sports, and Toggle, its over-the-top service platform.

The highlights include:

- Closing ceremony, live on Monday (Sept 19), from 6.55am to 9.00am

- Selected Team Singapore live events

- Two daily highlights shows between Sept 9 and 18

The Opening and Closing ceremonies, the two daily highlights shows including highlights of Team Singapore's winning moments will also be available as catch-up on toggle.sg/paralympics.

Viewers may also watch the live streaming of the entire Rio 2016 Paralympics on the International Paralympic Committee's (IPC) website http://www.paralympic.org/rio-2016.