Oz Sanchez poses during the Team USA Tokyo 2020 Olympic shoot on Nov. 23, 2019 in West Hollywood, Calif.
Who to Watch presented by DeVry is a series that includes a run-down on the front runners, dark horses, unexpected athletes and top storylines to watch during Trials.
After a one-year wait, the country’s top Para-cyclists are finally coming to Minneapolis on June 19, and a select group of them will be moving on to the Paralympic Games in Tokyo two months later.
The U.S. Paralympic Team Trials for Cycling, Swimming and Track and Field are set for June 17-20 in the City of Lakes, although the Para-cyclists will be sticking closer to the Mississippi River.
A field of 56 athletes will compete in time trials along the scenic West River Parkway, starting near Gold Medal Park downtown and navigating south toward Minnehaha Falls before turning back and charging back up the river road.
Although fans will not be in attendance at the trials due to ongoing COVID-19 precautions, you can follow the action from afar on live streams from the Peacock, NBC Olympics and Team USA channels.
Here are some of the big names to look for.