Wheelchair Rugby has had its funding from UK Sport completely cut for the next four years in the build up to the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Tokyo 2020 have been warned by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to avoid repeating mistakes made by Rio 2016 in "not realising the full potential" of the event until it was underway.
Somalia's first Paralympian Farhan Adawe hopes his Rio 2016 appearance will help to grow disability sport in the African country.
New Zealand's Paralympians celebrated their success at an event in the presence of the country's Prime Minister John Key.
Singapore's Rio 2016 Paralympians have been recognised by the nation's Government after Parliament moved a motion to congratulate their achievements.
Russia reportedly made an unsuccessful appeal to the United Nations (UN) following their suspension from last month's Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Agitos Foundation and Japan Sport Council continuing push to grow Para-sports in South East Asia before Tokyo 2020
The International Paralympic Committee's (IPC) development arm, the Agitos Foundation, and the Japan Sport Council (JSC) are set to roll out the second phase of a new programme aimed at growing Para-sports in South East Asia before Tokyo 2020.
Five Austrian athletes have been given a boost in their preparations for the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo after it was confirmed they would start training at military sport centres in the lead-up to the event.
Members of the Irish team at the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro have attended a reception hosted by President Michael Higgins at his official residence.
Two trees have been planted in Kazakhstan in honour of their medallists at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has revealed the nominees for the Best Female Athlete of September award based on performances at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Portraits painted of Paralympians from New Zealand as part of the country’s "Spirit of Gold" initiative have been made available for sale following the success of the nation’s athletes at Rio 2016.
Belarus NPC President admits country feared Paralympic Games ban for carrying Russia flag at Opening Ceremony
Belarus were fearful their entire nation would be banned from competing at the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro after a member of their delegation carried the Russian flag at the Opening Ceremony, the head of the country’s National Paralympic Committee (NPC) Oleg Chepel has admitted.