Australia were dominant on the opening day of the World Para Swimming Series in Melbourne, claiming top spot in six events at the the first major competition of the year.
Summer Paralympic Sports
The first World Para Swimming World Series event of the 2020 season begins in Melbourne tomorrow, with athletes from 15 different nations descending on the Australian city.
Richard Osvath claimed gold on the opening day of his home International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) Wheelchair Fencing World Cup in Eger.
Cycling Australia has named the athletes selected to the country’s team for this year’s International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-cycling Road World Championships in Belgian city Ostend.
Zsuzsanna Krajnyak and Richard Osvath will aim for home success as the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) Wheelchair Fencing World Cup season begins in Eger.
The line-up of countries for the team dressage competition at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics has been confirmed.
USA Volleyball has announced three training camps for beach ParaVolley players.
Tributes have been paid to esteemed wheelchair basketball coach Frank Burns after his death at the age of 67.
Britain and the United States have announced their squads for the upcoming Wheelchair Rugby Quad Nations tournament in Leicester in England.
IPC says up to 75 wheelchair basketball athletes should undergo reclassification in time for Tokyo 2020
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) estimates between 50 to 75 wheelchair basketball athletes should be reclassified to enable the sport to feature at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Georgie Hermitage, Britain's double Paralympic champion, has announced her retirement from athletics at the age of 30.
Nigeria made a triumph of the first World Para Powerlifting World Cup to be held in Africa as they finished the event in their capital of Abuja tonight with a total of 28 senior and 17 junior medals.
Two Paralympic champions took centre stage tonight at the World Para Powerlifting World Cup in the Nigerian capital of Abuja.
England's Jack Brown was crowned the first International Rugby League (IRL) Wheelchair Golden Boot winner after coming out on top of an eight-man shortlist at the ceremony in Leeds in the United Kingdom.
Colombian powerlifter Juan Carlos Ortiz Cardenas has been handed a four-year ban by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) after failing a drugs test for three types of steroid.