How to Follow Anjali at the London 2012 Paralympic Games

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Many of you have been asking how you can follow, support, watch. Here is the information you've all been anxiously waiting for! Please share widely. NOTE: Competition schedule has been updated as of 8/23/12.


Please confirm my competition schedule by visiting
As a reminder, my sport is Athletics and my classification is T53. You will need this to be able to interpret the schedule. My tentative schedule is as follows: Sept 2 - 100m final, Sept 6 - 200m final, Sept 7 - 200m medal ceremony (we hope!), Sept 8 - 400m final. Other medal ceremonies not listed are the same day after the event.


I will be updating Twitter (@anjalifp), Facebook ( and my website when I can (


I encourage you to also follow US Paralympics through various social media outlets (Twitter: @usparalympics Facebook: and the International Paralympic Committee (Twitter: @paralympic Facebook: Download the apps: London2012 has a Paralympic portion of their apps that will have up to the minute results, medal counts etc. TeamUSA also has an app where you can learn about the US athletes.


For those of you coming to London -- YAY I'm so happy you will be there! Local coverage will be live on Channel 4 for those events you are not attending.

For those of you not attending, I love receiving good luck messages, notes, texts, emails etc. You can also purchase your very own Team Anjali Apparel through my store:


  • There will be live web streaming found at:
  • There will be US Paralympic specific videos also put up on:
  • There will be coverage on NBC Sports Network (cable channel) consisting of one-hour highlight shows on Sept. 4, 5, 6 and 11 at 7 p.m. EDT.
  • There will be coverage on NBC nationwide consisting of a 90 minute special from 2-3:30pm EDT on Sept. 16.
    All NBC and NBC Sports Network Paralympic highlight shows and specials will re-air on Universal Sports Network and

    PLEASE TUNE IN. Keep a window open at work or school or better yet broadcast it to your place of work during lunch time or during the school day as part of a lesson! This is the most coverage of the Games we have ever had, it is a huge improvement. The only way to get more is for people to tune in. Share with everybody you know!

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