The Austrian Paralympic team has been sworn in by Sports Minister Werner Kogler in capital Vienna.
Almost DKK200,000 (£22,890/$31,790/€26,890) has been raised to aid Parasport Denmark’s preparations for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games through a scheme centred on pillows.
Devendra Jhajharia wants to strike gold for a third time in the men's F46 javelin at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics - and is in fine form following his recent improvement on his own world record at the national selection trials for the Games.
Zimbabwe's team for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics are set to ramp-up preparations for the Games at a training camp in Harare from August 1.
Judoka Sandrine Martinet and wheelchair tennis player Stéphane Houdet have been selected as the flagbearers for France at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics following a general public vote campaign.
Australia has added a further 24 members to its athletics team for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, bringing its total squad size up to 36 athletes.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) will allow athletes to protest during Tokyo 2020 - but demonstrations will be limited to areas away from the field of play and medal ceremonies.
ParalympicsGB has announced the four judoka chosen to represent Britain at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
An agreement between the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) has been confirmed here in Tokyo.
Past gold medallists Cox, Peacock and Weir among 32 added to Britain's Tokyo 2020 Para athletics squad
ParalympicsGB has named an additional 32 athletes to its Tokyo 2020 track and field squad, bringing the total number of competitors to 44.
Rebecca Meyers, a deaf and blind swimmer, has withdrawn from the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games after she says the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) refused to allow her mother to accompany her as Personal Care Assistant (PCA).
Canada has selected its wheelchair basketball teams for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Australia’s triathlon team have been backed to establish themselves as a "powerhouse" in the sport when they participate at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics here.
Australia’s women’s wheelchair basketball team will be setting their sights on a return to the Paralympic podium after confirming their 12-player squad for next month’s Games here in Tokyo.
Bhutan, the tiny Buddhist kingdom nestling in the Himalayas, will make sporting history next month by making its debut at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo.