Rio 2016 long jump champion Vanessa Low is set to retire after the postponed Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games next year.
Malaysia's national Para-athletics chief coach R. Jeganathan has claimed the postponement of the 2020 Paralympic in Tokyo until next year will allow more competitors from the country to qualify for the Games.
World Para Athletics and prosthetic supplier Ottobock have partnered to launch a monthly series of Facebook Live sessions, which will be hosted by Germany's eight-time Paralympic medallist Heinrich Popow.
American Paralympian Angela Madsen has died during an attempt to row across the Pacific Ocean alone.
Canadian Paralympic hopeful Jessica Frotten has appealed for the return of her racing wheelchair after it was stolen from a garage in the city of Regina.
Australian Paralympian Nathan Arkley has called for thieves to return his custom-built wheelchair after it was stolen when he visited a friend.
Brent Lakatos and Nathan Riech have secured Athletics Canada’s Para Athlete of the Year Awards for their performances in 2019.
Bahrain Para-athlete Rooba AlOmari served a 12-month suspension for failing to submit a sample collection after she did not have the correct equipment needed to provide it, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has announced.
This year's World Para Athletics European Championships in Poland has been pushed back to 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Italian Paralympic Committee (CIP) has led tributes to Paralympic gold medallist Carlo Durante following his death at the age of 73.
Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) President Deepa Malik has confirmed she has retired from Para-athletics to adhere to strict rules which prohibit active athletes from holding any post in sport in the country.
Wheelchair athlete Tatyana McFadden is using the current circumstances to motivate and inspire the next generation of athletes through virtual training sessions.
The final undisturbed event on the World Para Athletics Grand Prix schedule has been postponed, meaning the entire season has been wiped out by the coronavirus pandemic as things stand.
The Paralympic Committee of Saudi Arabia has organised a virtual race for wheelchair users, offering athletes a chance to compete despite being confined to their homes.
Jason Smyth has admitted the lockdown has made his training challenging as the Irish sprinter aims for further success at the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games next year.