The top doubles player is the biggest hope for Indonesia at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics where badminton makes its debut in September 2020. The 27-year-old, who has more gold than any other medal in her glittering cabinet, is aiming to win three gold in women’s SL4 category. At the BWF Para Badminton World Championships 2019, Oktila won claimed three medals as promised, two gold (singles and mixed doubles) and silver in women’s doubles SL3-SU5 category. In her singles, she avenged her 2017 Worlds defeat to her Chinese nemesis Cheng Hefang 21-16, 21-16 in the finals. She also has two gold and a silver from the Indonesia 2018 Asian Para Games.

Leani Ratri Oktila
The 32-year-old is the face of Para Powerlifting in Mongolia for several years now. Having rose into prominence with the bronze medal at the Incheon 2014, Sodnompiljee still considers it as his most memorable moment. He went on to clinch his country’s first Paralympic medal in the sport claiming a bronze in men’s 88kg event. At the Nur-Sultan 2019 World Para Powerlifting Championships, Sodnompiljee made history bettering his own men’s up to 107kg world record with a powerful 247kg lift to give Mongolia the first gold
Enkhbayar Sodnompiljee
He is the most prominent name in the Para Badminton fraternity in India and will one of their biggest medal hopes at Tokyo 2020 Paralympics. Bhagat has been in ominous form this year, having won 10 medals in men’s singles and doubles SL3 category. The 31-year-old extended his golden run of form at the World Championships 2019 in Basel, clinching two gold (singles and men’s doubles) in an impressive manner. This was his third singles Gold at the Worlds. Owing to his achievements, the Asian Para Games 2018 winner has also been nominated for the prestigious National Sports Award 2019 (Arjuna Award) in India.
Pramod Bhagat
The Chinese Paralympian star is a treat to watch when she competes. The winner of six Paralympic and seven world titles, Zhou is one of the world’s best T53 wheelchair racers the sport has ever produced. Having lost the ability to walk at the age of three, Zhou made her Paralympic debut at Beijing 2008, after having taken up the sport four years earlier as a 16-years-old. She immediately made her mark, winning a medal in each of her three races. Since then she has been unstoppable. At the London 2012, she won two gold (400m T53 and 800m T53) and defended it in Rio 2016.
Hongzhuan Zhou
She is Hong Kong’s most prominent athlete who created a sensation at the 2004 Athens Paralympics winning four gold medals in both individual and team events of épée and foil. Yu Chui went on to add more Paralympic medals from Beijing 2008, London 2012 and Rio 2016 (two silver though)—making it a collection of 11 Paralympic medals including seven gold. At the Indonesia 2018 Asian Para Games, she clinched five medals including a gold in women’s individual foil event.
Yu Chui Yee
Wheelchair Fencing
The world's strongest Paralympian, he won Gold at his first Paralympic Games in London 2012 and followed this up with another at Rio 2016. He competes in the +107kg category and is the current world record holder, having lifted an incredibe 310kg. He aims to compete at Tokyo 2020 - can he make it 3 in a row? 
Siamand Rahman
Zahra is arguably the most popular and successful female Paralympian to come from Iran. She competed at Rio Olympic Games as well and carried the flag at the opening ceremony. She won Gold in the Women's Individual Recurve event at both London 2012 and Rio 2016.
Zahra Nemati
The most decorated athlete to have emerged from Singapore. She is the first athlete from her country to win a Paralympic gold when she clinched the 50m backstroke gold at Beijing 2008. And with her two golds in 2016 Rio, Yip now has more gold medals to her name than any other Singaporean Olympian or Paralympian.
Yip Pin Xiu
The most promising swimmer Korea has ever produced. At Rio 2016, his first Paralympics, Jo proved he is the man to beat when he became Korea's first swimmer to win triple gold medals (50m, 100m and 200m freestyle) in a single Games. He rose to prominence at the Incheon 2014 Asian Para Games winning the gold medal in the 200m freestyle S4.
Giseong Jo
One of the most experienced boccia players from Thailand. He was the first Thai player to bring home a Paralympic medal in boccia claiming a bronze medal at Athens 2004. Having started playing the sport at age 18, Tadtong clinched the gold medal in London 2012 in the individual BC1 class. However, he couldn’t defend his individual title in Rio but was part of the Thai team that retained its BC1-2 title. He also has a gold medal from Incheon Asian Para Games.
Pattaya Tadtong
At Rio 2016, Li proved he is a force to reckon with when he won two gold medals (3,000m individual pursuit C1 and 1,000m time trial C1) and broke as many records. The medals were all the more special for Li as they came after an injury lay-off. The 29-year-old, who also has a gold, silver and bronze from London 2012, is training hard to fully recover from the injury and get ready for major events.
Zhangyu Li