The Brazilian Sports Federation for the Visually Impaired (CBDV) has announced the dates for its annual international judo event.
The International Blind Judo Grand Prix competition, which will be in its sixth edition, will take place between March 10 and 16 next year.
São Paulo will host the event which is for blind and partially sighted judokas.
Sixteen countries attended the 2016 tournament and competition is again expected to be fierce.
Participants have the option of signing up for only the Grand Prix, or both the competition and a training camp with the Brazilian team.
Brazil won four medals at their home Rio 2016 Paralympics in September - all of them silver.
Antonio Tenorio was second in the men's 100 kilogram category with Wilians Silva de Araujo also missing out in the final of the men's over 100kg division.
In women's competition, Lucia Da Silva Teixeira Araujo was the runner-up in the 57kg class.
Alana Martins Maldonado bagged silver at 70kg.
Brazil's performance saw them finish eighth on the judo medal table.