World Para Powerlifting has announced a five-date World Cup circuit for 2021, with events on four continents.
Colombian capital Bogota is scheduled to host the first competition, from March 5 to 8, and all of the scheduled World Cup legs come before the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Manchester in Britain is also slated to hold an event that month, from March 25 to 28.
The city was one of the few to host a World Cup in 2020, doing so in February before the coronavirus pandemic forced global sport to a halt.
Dates in Thailand, the United Arab Emirates and Colombia were all cancelled.
All three nations return to the 2021 calendar, with Pattaya scheduled to stage competition between May 6 and 9 and Dubai timetabled to host the last World Cup of the year from June 19 to 26.
Georgian capital Tbilisi is hoped to play host to a World Cup leg between those two, from May 20 to 23.
All five World Cups will offer qualification points for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, should they go ahead, but the global health crisis could yet impact this year' calendar.
In the absence of in-person events, the World Para Powerlifting Online World Cup provided athletes with a taste of competition through much of the year.
Russia's Vera Muratova was crowned champion of the inaugural World Para Powerlifting Online World Cup Finals, with compatriot Anastasiia Mamadamirova finishing second.