A video charting the rise of Colombian teenager Luis Herazo to becoming a Paralympic hopeful following his involvement in an Agitos Foundation project has been unveiled to coincide with a penultimate Road to Rio Foundation Session.
The technical director of the Para-athletics Federation of Nigeria (PFN) has urged athletes to increase their training ahead of Rio 2016.
Kinoplex has been named the official cinema of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, which will see the Brazilian chain carry campaign videos for the event in its theatrical screenings.
The Swedish Paralympic Committee (SPC) has named two athletes and one team who will compete for the nation at Rio 2016 as part of its pre-selection process.
The recent Rio 2016 boccia test event took place “without faults" - it has been claimed - despite the tournament being staged at a different facility to the Paralympic Games competition venue.
American fans are now able to buy individual tickets and packages for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games through CoSport, US Paralympics has announced.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) have rejected a motion to consider adding a 23rd sport for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games at their General Assembly in Mexico City.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Governing Board have approved venues for 19 of the 22 sports due to take place at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, with track cycling, football five-a-side and powerlifting still under review.
Tickets and hospitality packages for the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro will go on general sale in Australia on November 17, it has been announced.
Tokyo 2020 Minister Toshiaki Endo has visited Stoke Mandeville as part of the Japanese capital’s preparations for hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Brazil has announced that its under construction National Paralympic Centre is nearing completion.
International Paralympic Committee (IPC) President Sir Philip Craven has praised plans unveiled by Rio de Janeiro’s Mayor Eduardo Paes, which aim to improve accessibility at major tourist attractions ahead of next year’s Paralympic Games.
British Paralympic Association to host sport test activity in Belo Horizonte as Rio 2016 preparations continue
The British Paralympic Association (BPA) is hosting sport test activity in Belo Horizonte over the next week in a bid to acclimatise ParalympicsGB athletes to Brazil as they prepare to compete at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Tickets have now gone on sale across Brazil for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games following celebrations marking One Year To Go.
A national tour is set to take place in Canada with the aim of promoting Paralympic sport in the country ahead of Rio 2016.