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The Tokyo Olympics are in the books, but there’s still plenty more to watch as The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games are getting ready to start today, August 24, 2021. Google is making it easy to follow along with the event by streaming and showing highlights on YouTube, keeping you up-to-date in Search, and more.

Watching The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games on YouTube

Google announced that starting today, you can head to The Paralympic Games channel to watch a large portion of the event live. Google says that there will be more than 1,300 hours of live sports across 219 countries and territories available, so there’s plenty to watch if you’re interested in checking out The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.

Outside of the live streams, there will be highlights, athlete interviews, and behind-the-scenes videos to watch on The Paralympic Games YouTube channel.

All of the content will be available with automatic captions in 13 languages, so you should be able to enjoy the content worldwide.

Other Paralympic Games Content From Google

Google is going to have plenty of Paralympic content in Search as well. You’ll be able to watch a daily recap video and check out the top news related to the event. With Google Images, you can see photo galleries of some of the best images of the day.

The company also has a new interactive Doodle game with table tennis, archery, rugby, and more.

Even Google Assistant is getting ready for the Paralympics, as you can say something like, “Hey Google, give me a Paralympics fact” to learn more about the event.

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