Corie Mapp will look to continue his strong start to the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) Para Bobsleigh World Cup, in the German town of Oberhof.
Winter Paralympic Sports
The 19th edition of the Winter Deaflympics is due to begin in the Italian town of Sondrio tomorrow, having weathered a difficult and controversial build-up.
Great Britain's Corie Mapp won the second and final race at the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) Para Sport World Cup in Lillehammer today.
The United States earned a sixth consecutive Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup title in Newfoundland with a tight 2-1 victory over hosts Canada.
Lonnie Bissonnette made a winning start to the Para Bobsleigh season, claiming victory in the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation Para Sport World Cup in Lillehammer.
Lillehammer will play host to the first leg of the 2019-2020 International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) Para Sport World Cup season this weekend.
Hosts Canada and the United States are set to contest the Para Hockey Cup final after coming through their last-four matches in Newfoundland today.
The United States scored goals in each period to down hosts Canada 4-1 and clinch first place in the preliminary round standings at the Para Hockey Cup in Newfoundland.
Russia overcame hosts Canada in a penalty shootout as the round-robin stage of the Para Hockey Cup continued in Newfoundland.
Canada won gold at the World Wheelchair-B Curling Championship in Finland after defeating Sweden 6-1 in the final.
Some of the world’s leading Para-bobsleigh athletes have shown their support for a group of rookies at a school dedicated to the sport in Lillehammer.
World champions the United States and hosts Canada made a winning start to the Para Hockey Cup in Newfoundland.
Reigning world champions the United States are favourites to clinch a sixth consecutive Para Hockey Cup title at this year's tournament in Canada.
The teams for the 2021 World Para Ice Hockey Championships A-Pool have been decided following the completion of this year's B-Pool event.
Canada's Para ice hockey player Garrett Riley has been banned for six months and stripped of a silver medal after testing positive for cannabis which his doctor had recommended he took to help relieve the chronic pain he suffers as a result of complications relating to an amputation.