This year's World Para Athletics European Championships in Berlin is to be livestreamed, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has announced.
Chile's Francisca Mardones has been named as the Americas Paralympic Committee Athlete of the Month for June after receiving 46 per cent of the public vote.
Brazilian throwers Andre Rocha and Elizabeth Gomes were in superb form as field event athletes sparkled at the final leg of the 2018 World Para Athletics Grand Prix series season in Berlin.
Brazilian world record holder Petrúcio Ferreira was among the winners today at the final leg of the 2018 World Para Athletics Grand Prix series season in Berlin.
The final leg of the 2018 World Para Athletics Grand Prix series gets underway in Berlin tomorrow with a number of world class athletes on show.
Double world champion Yassine Gharbi made it four wins from four on the final day of the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Tunis today.
Morocco’s Fouzia El Kassioui produced a world record throw to win the women's F32/33 discus competition on the second day of the World Para Athletics Grand Prix series in Tunis.
Tunisia's world champions Walid Ktila, Yassine Gharbi and Rima Abdelli claimed victories on the opening day of the World Para Athletics Grand Prix series in Tunis.
T57 400 metre world record holder and home favourite Yassine Gharbi will be looking to continue his recent good form, when the World Para Athletics Grand Prix series visits Tunis tomorrow.
Ten-time world champion and five-time Paralympic champion Hannah Cockroft will take to the London Stadium track again at this year's Anniversary Games on July 21 and 22.
Paralympic and world champion Breanna Clark smashed her own world record in the women's 400 metres T20 on the second and final day of competition at the Arizona World Para Athletics Grand Prix in the United States.
Brazil’s Petrúcio Ferreira moved even closer to becoming the fastest Paralympian ever as he smashed his own world record in the men’s 100 metres T47 event at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Paris.
World Para Athletics has defended the decision to award the 2019 edition of its flagship World Championships to Dubai after Great Britain’s two-time Paralympic champion Aled Davies said it could be a step back for Para-sport.
Double Paralympic champion Marie-Amelie Le Fur finished fourth in the long jump on her return to competition at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Paris.
Paris will host a World Para Athletics Grand Prix event for the second time from tomorrow.