Disability sport calendar

British wheelchair tennis star Gordon Reid became the third Briton to finish 2016 as world number one, following fellow Scots Andy and Jamie Murray
British wheelchair tennis star Gordon Reid in action

BBC Sport picks out the key sporting events of 2018 and 2019.

*The list will be updated with further fixtures and events as they are confirmed; dates and venues are subject to change.

NOVEMBER

28-2 Dec: Wheelchair Tennis Singles Masters, Orlando, Florida

DECEMBER

17-22: World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup, Sella Nevea, Italy

2019

JANUARY

8-12: Sydney Wheelchair Tennis Open, Sydney, Australia

15-19: Melbourne Wheelchair Tennis Open, Melbourne, Australia

16-17: World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup, Zagreb, Croatia

21-1 Feb: World Para-alpine skiing Championships, Kranjska Gora, Slovenia and Sella Nevea, Italy

23-26: Australian Open, Melbourne, Australia

FEBRUARY

4-6: World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup, Kranjska Gora, Slovenia

8-10: World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup, Veysonnaz, Switzerland

15-24: World Para Nordic Skiing Championships, Prince George, Canada

MARCH

3-10: World Wheelchair Curling Championship, Stirling, Scotland

4-8: World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup, Espot, Spain

11-15: World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup, La Molina, Spain

14-17: UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships, Apeldoorn, Netherlands

18-21: World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup, Morzine, France

25-1 Apr: World Para Snowboard Championships, Phya, Finland

JUNE

3-9: World Para-archery Championships, 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands

JULY

29-4 Aug: World Para-swimming World Championships, Kuching, Malaysia

AUGUST

3-12: European Wheelchair Rugby Championship, Vejle, Denmark

SEPTEMBER

11-15: UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships, Emmen, Netherlands

NOVEMBER

7-15: World Para-athletics World Championships, Dubai, UAE