New Zealand's Paralympic javelin bronze medallist Rory McSweeney has announced his retirement.
Australia's Dylan Alcott has been crowned as the International Tennis Federation's quad world champion for the second consecutive year.
JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation will be the supporting partner of the Paralympic Torch Relay for Tokyo 2020, it was announced today.
USRowing has been awarded an adaptive sports grant for the sixth consecutive year by the United States Department for Veteran Affairs.
UK Sport announced a funding boost for basketball, archery, fencing, skateboarding and wheelchair fencing for next year's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Fresh from being pilloried by every political party in the country and their supporters for accusations of bias, the BBC succeeded in annoying more people with their annual Sports Personality of the Year award.
The International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) Executive Council approved a list of 48 international technical officials for next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Leicester is set to again play host to the Wheelchair Rugby Quad Nations tournament next year in what will be the third edition of the event, Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby (GBWR) has announced.
USA Triathlon have announced their Paratriathlon National Championships in 2020 will take place in Long Beach in California for the second consecutive year.
The Tokyo 2020 New National Stadium will officially open tomorrow with a special event featuring Olympic and Paralympic stars.
Former Japan Football Association President Saburo Kawabuchi has been appointed head of the Tokyo 2020 Athletes’ Village.
Tokyo 2020 have announced their final budget for the Olympic and Paralympic Games is ¥1.35 trillion (£9.5 billion/$12.6 billion/€11.4 billion).
Paralympics Australia has welcomed the Queensland Government’s decision to bid for the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games bid, which it claims can help to achieve a barrier-free society in the country.
International Otaku Expo Association (IOEA) are set to hold a summit alongside next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Russian Paralympic Committee (RPC) President Vladimir Lukin has admitted that he fears his country will be prevented from competing under their own flag for a third consecutive Paralympic Games following the decision by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to ban them yesterday.