Tom Davis competes at the Paralympic Games Rio 2016 on Sep. 15, 2016 in Rio.
Team USA is coming off a strong performance in Para-cycling at the Paralympic Games Rio 2016, with Americans claiming four gold medals and 18 total medals across both the road and track events. Only Great Britain, with 21, had more total medals in the sport.
With another loaded team this summer, the U.S. should be in contention for more podium spots when the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 kick off with the opening ceremony on Aug. 24.
Para-cycling action begins the next day with track cycling running Aug. 25-28 at the Izu Velodrome. Cyclists will compete across 17 events in the time trial, individual pursuit and the team sprint disciplines.
Road events will be held Aug. 31- Sept. 3 at Fuji International Speedway, with 34 gold medals being awarded in various classifications of road races, time trials and team events.
Here’s a look at Team USA’s journey to get to Tokyo, and what to expect when the 16 Americans get there.