The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has confirmed the six athletes who will represent the Refugee Paralympic Team (RPT) at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. The athletes - one woman and five men - will compete in Para athletics, Para swimming, Para canoe and Para taekwondo. Asics, official supplier of the IPC, is the official sport apparel kit provider of the RPT at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. The athletes on the RPT for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games are: Ibrahim Al Hussein, a Syrian refugee living in Athens (Para swimming); Alia Issa, a Syrian refugee living in Athens, Greece (Para athletics - club throw); Parfait Hakizimana (subject to him being classified by Aug. 1), a Burundian refugee living in the Mahama Refugee Camp in Rwanda (Para taekwondo); Abbas Karimi, an Afghan refugee living in Fort Lauderdale, U.S. (Para swimming); Anas Al Khalifa, a Syrian refugee living in Halle, Germany (Para canoe); and Shahrad Nasajpour, an Iranian refugee living in Phoenix, U.S. (Para athletics - discus). The head of the RPT team is Ileana Rodriguez, a refugee from Cuba who competed in the London 2012 Paralympic Games in swimming for the U.S. The six athletes will represent the 12 million refugees around the world who have a disability, showing that everyone has potential, Rodriguez said.