Why was the wikialink to the Paralympics wiki, removed on the Paralympic Games page on the Olympic wiki, as the aim of the Paralympic Games was to create an elite sports competition for people with disabilities that would be equivalent to the Olympic Games, so people can go to the Paralympics wiki and help expand it
The Paralympics Wiki is empty, there are no active admins, and the homepage does not encourage visiting users to start working on it. In the four years that it has existed, there have been only 19 pages created, and there are more categories than actual pages. There is no point or intent to link to that wiki if there is no one to grow or maintain that wiki. The biggest pages on that wiki are word-for-word copied from Wikipedia, which hurts SEO badly, and the biggest page aside from the ones that are copied over is only 5 sentences long. I don't mind having a wiki for the Paralympic Games, as long as it can be expanded and maintained by someone who is committed to potentially make the wiki a success.
As a best practice given in this blog by staff, disambiguation pages should only be used for vague terminologies with more than three possible meanings. Because of the abundance of names on this wiki, this was scaled down to three for athletes. Similar to redirects, which was also mentioned in this blog, they should only be created for the terminology that is used or searched for the most. According to several sources, the term "hockey" usually refers to field hockey in the majority of the world, except for a few countries, such as the United States, Canada, and Russia.
It is fair to say that the background definitely needs an update, but it needs to have certain conditions, such as that it shouldn't interfere with the content modal (it shouldn't have anything/much in the center), it should be pretty neutral, and it shouldn't be too contrasting on the eyes. However, that does make it more difficult to find a good background, and I haven't been able to find/make one in the last few years.