A campaign entitled "Make the Beat!" has been launched by Tokyo 2020 at Meiji University in the Japanese capital.
The 2019 International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) Asia-Oceania Championship is set to begin tomorrow in Gangneung.
Indian athletes' preparations for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games have been thrown into uncertainty, with some of the country's National Sports Federations (NSFs) looking to distance themselves from Para-sports.
The Queensland Government has donated AUD$320,000 (£179,000/$215,000/€197,000) towards Australia's preparations for next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
A total of 23 countries have secured quota places at next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo, following the conclusion of the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Paracanoe World Championships in Hungary.
Roman Polianskyi of Ukraine and Norway's Birgit Skarstein claimed gold in the PR1 men's and women's single sculls finals on the last day of the World Rowing Championships in Austria.
Japanese astronauts Soichi Noguchi and Norishige Kanai will visit Bandai Hobby Center in Shizuoka city, as part of a Tokyo 2020 project to send anime characters into space.
London 2012 Paralympic silver medallist Matt Stutzman has featured in a Tokyo 2020 campaign which combines Paralympic achievement with iconic Tokyo landmarks.
The Agitos Foundation will use the Closing Ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games to mark the presentation of a prestigious new award to schools and Paralympians making significant contributions to a more inclusive society.
The United States has qualified for the wheelchair rugby event at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, beating defending champions Canada in the final at the Lima 2019 Parapan American Games.
The International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) Men’s European Championship Division A is set to begin in Polish city Wałbrzych, with four spots at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics on offer.
United States Paralympians will have their own base at Tokyo 2020 after Toyota announced a partnership with the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) for a Team USA hospitality house at the Paralympic Games.
Tolls on Tokyo's Metropolitan Expressway will be increased during next year's Olympic and Paralympic Games in a bid to help control the level of traffic, it was announced today.
A plan to restrict use of Tokyo's Metropolitan Expressway during next year's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo to help ease traffic restrictions based upon the random selection of private vehicle licence plates is set to be scrapped, it has been reported in Japan.
An "Impossible to Ignore" campaign has been launched by ParalympicsGB to mark one year until the start of Tokyo 2020.