This year is not the first time Tokyo has played host to the Paralympic Games - the first time was in 1964. Back then, British teenager, Caz Walton, became a success story winning three golds in two sports. Fifty-seven years on she's out in Tokyo once more as one of ParaGB's support staff.
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"It was very exciting," Caz says, looking back on 1964. "Especially as I hadn't expected to go."
Caz had been 17-years-old and looking forward to bonfire night when she got a "last minute selection call" to replace an athlete at the Games, which were then held in November.
The athlete had withdrawn due to sickness, but the opportunity for Caz would shape her life.
"With about three weeks to go I got catapulted in. I arrived in Tokyo, not even sure which sports I was doing," she says.
Caz, a wheelchair-user, had taken up sport aged 14 on the advice of her physiotherapists, and tried everything from swimming to fencing, regularly attending training sessions and competing in the UK with other para-athletes.
In the 60s you needed to excel at multiple sports to get noticed and make the British team.
"Because there was no money in the sport we couldn't afford to be specialists, so in order to get selected you had to do three, four, maybe even five different sports."
With her parents in agreement, the teenager took the then 23-hour flight to Tokyo.