RTÉ Sport returns to Tokyo for the 2020 Paralympic Games with its biggest and most comprehensive coverage of the Games to date across TV, radio, RTÉ Player and online.

Off the back of a hugely successful Tokyo 2020, Irish audiences can choose from four overnight concurrent live channels on the RTÉ Player followed by all the action, reaction, and analysis on a live RTÉ2 television show every morning with highlights programmes during prime time every night.

Daráine Mulvihill will host live action from Tokyo every morning and Evanne Ní Chuilinn takes over in the presenter's chair for nightly highlights, as RTÉ Sport more than doubles its coverage from 2016 in Rio.

Daráine and Evanne will be joined by a rotating cast of top panellists, including sports journalist Joanne O'Riordan; Paralympians Mark Rohan, Catherine Walsh, John Fulham, Darragh McDonald, Orla Barry, James Scully and Paul Keogan; Ireland's first Blade Runner, Alex Lee; as well as Olympians Natalya Coyle and David Gillick.

Eamon Horan, Siobhan Madigan and Darren Frehill will report from Tokyo for RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player as well as providing updates on RTÉ Radio 1 including Morning Ireland, Today with Claire Byrne; and the News At One.

RTÉ 2FM's Game On will wrap up the day's news, reports and action from Tokyo while at the weekend on Radio 1, Saturday Sport and Sunday Sport will have more coverage and analysis.

RTÉ Sport online, with its dedicated Paralympics site and the RTÉ News app will have all the up-to-the-minute news from the Games with reaction from Irish athletes as it happens every day.

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