A paralympic athlete snowboards down a slope.

Team USA at the Paralympic Winter Games Beijing 2022

The Paralympic Winter Games are one of the biggest celebrations of inclusion in the world. And as all watched our incredible U.S. Paralympians parade into Paralympic Stadium at last week’s Opening Ceremony, I was struck by how lucky we all are to have the chance to celebrate the Paralympics and all that they inspire ... twice in just six months.

It’s an honor to be the company that brings that inspiration home to America. And fresh off of the record breaking Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 just this past summer, we’re thrilled to share the athletes’ stories of resilience and sportsmanship with the widest possible audience by once again delivering the most inclusive viewing experience ever of the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

It’s our goal to bring that inspiration to the widest audience possible by delivering the most inclusive Olympic and Paralympic Games viewing experience ever.
Tom Wlodkowski
Vice President, Accessibility, Comcast

To easily access the action, customers can simply say “Paralympics” into their voice remote to access a dedicated Paralympics destination. To turn on Closed Captioning or Audio Description on X1, simply say “Closed Captions” or “Audio Description” into the voice remote, or “Accessibility” on Flex. Or, press the “B” Key on the remote to activate the accessibility settings. Accessing Closed Captioning and Audio Description on Xfinity Stream varies by platform. You can find additional details here.

I hope you’ll join me in celebrating our U.S Paralympians as they compete to achieve their dreams. Because witnessing greatness inspires more greatness – and we can’t wait to bring every heart stopping moment of athleticism and humanity home to the Team of Tomorrow.