Carlos Manuel Araujo produced a heroic performance to claim victory in the men’s 200m T47 on the final day of the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Jesolo, Italy.
France’s Timothee Adolphe claimed his second gold medal in as many days at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Jesolo, Italy.
Italy’s Nicky Russo claimed a national record on his way to winning the men’s shot put F35-38 on a busy opening day of the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Jesolo.
The Italian city of Jesolo is set to host its first World Para Athletics Grand Prix with 275 athletes from 33 countries due to take part in the three-day meeting.
World Para Athletics has updated its 2021 competition calendar following the cancellation of the Grand Prix meeting that had been due to take place in Paris from May 5 to 7 because of local COVID-19 restrictions.
Poland has been named as the host of the 2021 Virtus World Athletics Championships.
French Paralympic and Sports Committee (CPSF) President Marie-Amélie Le Fur has been appointed to the French Economic, Social and Environmental Council (CESE) as a representative of the sports movement.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has asked the Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) for a "full explanation" on the issues that occurred during the chaotic National Para Athletics Championships in Bengaluru last week.
The Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) has come under fire from athletes and the country's Sports Authority after the recent National Para Athletics Championships were plagued by numerous issues.
Ecuador's Kiara Rodriguez added to her victory in the long jump yesterday by winning the women's 100 metres T46 on the final day of the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Tunis.
World champion Kiara Rodriguez was among the winners on the second day of competition at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Tunis.
Kenya’s Wilson Bii was among the winners on the opening day of the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Tunis.
Athletes from 60 countries, including 15 world champions, have converged on Tunis for the latest World Para Athletics Grand Prix which is due to start tomorrow and run until March 20.
Jamaica's Theador Subba is looking to compete in both judo and javelin at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics following a successful 2019.
One World Para Athletics Grand Prix leg has been cancelled and another postponed indefinitely as the coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt international sporting calendars.