Mohamed Al Hammadi won his second gold medal on home soil today at the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) World Games in the United Arab Emirates.
The 2019 London Marathon will double up as this year’s World Para Athletics Marathon Championships, it has been announced.
A host of Paralympic and world champions have been named on a 45-strong United States team for the upcoming Para-athletics season.
Britain's David Weir will race at this year's London Marathon for the 20th consecutive time, organisers have announced.
Malaysia's sprinter Mohamad Ridzuan Puzi is set to be honoured for his achievements at the Asian Para Games at an award ceremony in Dubai.
RaceRunning will be included at the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai following its inclusion at the World Para Athletics European Championships in Berlin earlier this year.
A Costa Rican wheelchair racer has been banned for four years by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) for an anti-doping rule violation.
The World Para Athletics Grand Prix series enters its seventh year in 2019 with nine events scheduled to take place around the world between February and August, ahead of the World Para Athletics Championships in November.
Daniel Romanchuk became the first-ever American and the youngest athlete to win the men's wheelchair event at the New York City Marathon today.
Giuseppe Campoccio took home three gold medals from the World Para Athletics' first dedicated throws competition in the Italian city Ancona.
UK Athletics (UKA) have released a video showcasing the work of sports photographers with disabilities to mark National Inclusion Week in Great Britain.
Swiss star Manuela Schaer smashed the wheelchair world record at the 2018 Berlin Marathon while Brent Lakatos took his first marathon victory in the men's event.
Marie-Amelie Le Fur of France produced the outstanding performance on the final day of the World Para Athletics European Championships in Berlin as she won gold with a world record of 6.01 metres in the recently-established T64 long jump category.
Germany’s Paralympic, world and European champion Markus Rehm delighted the home crowds in Berlin as he set a world record of 8.48 metres in the men’s long jump T64 on the penultimate day of the World Para Athletics European Championships.
A further three world records fell in the field as action continued at the World Para Athletics European Championships in Berlin today.