Brazilian wheelchair racer Vanessa Cristina de Souza has been chosen as the Americas Paralympic Committee (APC) Athlete of the Month for February.
Georgie Hermitage, Britain's double Paralympic champion, has announced her retirement from athletics at the age of 30.
Britain's Paralympic Games gold medallist Paul Blake has announced his retirement from athletics at the age of 30.
Ireland's double Paralympic medallist Orla Barry has announced her retirement from athletics.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has suspended Iranian athlete Asadollah Azimi for nine months for committing an anti-doping rule violation.
New Zealand's Paralympic javelin bronze medallist Rory McSweeney has announced his retirement.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) upheld the four-year sanction for American Paralympic athlete Stirley Jones after he failed a drugs test last year.
World Para Athletics has announced the calendar for its 2020 Grand Prix circuit, with Dubai set to host the first stop just months after staging this year's World Championships.
Lucyna Kornobys and Joshua Cinnamo claimed shot put world titles, as several world records were broken on the final day of the World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai.
Australia's James Turner won the men's 400 metres T36 final in a world record-breaking time on the penultimate day of the World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai.
International Paralympic Committee (IPC) President Andrew Parsons has saluted the United Arab Emirates leadership for their support of the Paralympic Movement and hailed the efforts of the Organising Committee in hosting the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai.
Two-time Paralympic champion Markus Rehm needed only the first of his six jumps to claim the men's long jump T64 title at the World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai today.
Brazil created history with a clean sweep in the men's 100 metres T47 at the World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai, clinching the top three slots on the podium.
Cuba’s sprint queen Omara Durand won a 10th global crown in as many years as she stormed to victory in the women’s 100 metres T12 final at the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai.
Five-time Paralympic champion Hannah Cockroft won the 11th world title of her career by triumphing in the women’s T34 100 metres in Dubai.