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 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
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