Home favourite Daisuke Fujihara made up for his defeat yesterday by beating India's Nitesh Kumar in straight sets at the Japan Para Badminton International, the sport's test event for next year's Paralympic Games.
Para-badminton players expressed mixed views as they tested out the venue to be used at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, on the opening day of the Japan International.
Britain's David Hadfield has been re-elected President of the Boccia International Sports Federation (BISFed).
Australian Paralympians have been given a boost in their preparations for Tokyo 2020 after the City of Sydney donated AUD$60,000 (£32,200/$41,400/€37,300) towards travel and accommodation costs.
Canada will stage the final women's sitting volleyball qualifier for next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo after Italy withdrew as hosts.
Mizuno has been named as the official sport shoe supplier of the Australian Paralympic team for Tokyo 2020.
Britain's Will Bayley has claimed that defending his title at next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo is more important than anything else after pulling out of Strictly Come Dancing.
The Pararoos, Australia’s senior men’s national football team for athletes with cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury, or symptoms acquired from stroke, are set to play their first match on home soil since the 2000 Paralympic Games in Sydney this month.
Japan could introduce upgraded missile defence systems in Tokyo ahead of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, according to the country’s Defence Ministry.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) have given a positive assessment of progress at the Ariake Tennis Park, as their Olympic and Paralympic test event concluded.
Paralympic marathons "unlikely" to move from Tokyo as Parsons claims Games can be catalyst for change
International Paralympic Committee (IPC) President Andrew Parsons has claimed Tokyo 2020 will help change the face of the Paralympic Movement around the world, while confirming the marathon races will remain in Tokyo.
Haneda and Narita airports are expected to add more international flights as they prepare for an influx of visitors for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games next year.
Britain's Paralympic gold medallist Will Bayley has been forced to pull out of Strictly Come Dancing with an injury less than a year before Tokyo 2020.
Japan Sport Council has announced an event titled "One Race" will feature during the inauguration of the New National Stadium here in December.
Britain's wheelchair motocross (WCMX) world champion Lily Rice has launched a campaign for her sport to be included on the Paralympic Games programme.