Australian Para-athletics star Kurt Fearnley and British Para-cyclist Dame Sarah Storey are among a record 22 athletes who are running for election for the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletes’ Council at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
The Australian Paralympic Committee (APC) has launched a nationwide search for new sporting stars with one eye on Tokyo 2020.
Wheelchair tennis player Shingo Kunieda features in a new campaign aimed at raising awareness and the appeal of Paralympic sports ahead of Tokyo 2020.
Wheelchair tennis star Gustavo Fernandez has been selected to carry Argentina’s flag at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony, it has been revealed.
Edina Müller was one of several well-known Paralympic stars to present the German team kit for Rio 2016 at its official unveiling in Düsseldorf.
Six cities in the United Kingdom will host carnival events during this year's Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, it has been announced.
World and Paralympic champion Martina Caironi will carry Italy’s flag at the Opening Ceremony of Rio 2016, it has been announced.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has confirmed that track cycling at Tokyo 2020 will take place in Izu, a city 120 kilometres away from the Japanese capital.
Canada set target of finishing in top 16 at Rio 2016 Paralympics as aim to bounce back from London 2012 disappointment
The Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) has set a goal of a top-16 finish in the medal standings at Rio 2016.
A squad of between 10 and 12 athletes is expected to be sent to September's Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro by the Sri Lanka Paralympic Committee, the organisation has announced.
Australia Post has been announced as the official postal and logistics supplier for the Australian Paralympic Committee (APC) for Rio 2016.
A British Government initiative to invest £1.5 million ($2 million/€1.9 million) to provide running blades for hundreds of amputee children has been described as “the London 2012 Paralympic legacy in action”.
Paralympics Ireland have announced that an eight-strong team will provide media services during this year's Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
A special edition of Australia's Channel 7’s Weekend Sunrise has raised more than AUD$1.7 million (£904,000/$1.3 million/€1.1 million) for the country’s team preparing for this year's Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Paralympic stars Livia De Clercq and Jean-François Deberg were among 14 Belgian athletes chosen to reveal their delegation’s clothing for the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.