Following events in Antalya and Nur-Sultan, São Paulo is due to host the final IBSA Judo Grand Prix of the season ©IBSA

Following events in Antalya and Nur-Sultan, São Paulo is hosting the final International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Judo Grand Prix of the season before the World Championships in Baku in November.

Starting tomorrow and concluding on Sunday (July 3), 90 athletes and 21 countries are set to gather at the Centro de Treinamento Paralímpico de São Paulo.

Brazil, competing at home, have seven athletes leading the rankings in several categories.

Arthur Silva is due to compete in the J1 men's under-90-kilograms category, Wilians Araújo in the J1 men's over-90kg, Rosicleide Silva in the J1 women's-48kg, and Brenda Freitas in the J1 women's under-70kg.

The J2 class sees Thiego Marques registered to compete in the men's under-60kg and Rebeca Silva in the women's over-70kg.

Alana Maldonado is not competing in the J2 women's under-70kg competition which may jeopardise her position atop the overall season standings while Rebeca Silva may already have the lead secured in her class.

Fans will be able to watch all of the action as it is set to be livestreamed on the IBSA YouTube channel.

The draw is taking place tomorrow at 12:30am CET before the Opening Ceremony at 2:30pm.

The under-48kg, under-57kg, under-60kg, and under-73kg champions are all scheduled to be crowned tomorrow before the under-70kg, over-70kg, under-90kg, and over-90kg gold medallists prevail on Sunday.