The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has begun celebrations marking one year to go until the Paralympic Games.
American cyclist and Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games bronze medallist Anthony Zahn has died of pancreatic cancer aged 45, it has been announced.
Table Tennis Australia (TTA) and Paralympics Australia has partnered to establish a coaching working group with the aim of developing the next generation of Para-table tennis stars.
International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) executive director Henk van Aller has suggested changes could be made to its classification system as part of a review of all of its Paralympic sports following criticism from a group of British goalball players.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletes' Council has launched an online portal for Para-athletes to register and take part in a consultation about athlete protests at the Paralympic Games.
Divers from Long Beach Fire Department have rescued Paralympic hopeful DeWalt Mix's prosthetic leg from the sea after a three-day search.
Japan's men's goalball team are continuing their preparations for the rearranged Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, despite being unable to train as a team.
The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee has confirmed a female member of staff has tested positive for COVID-19.
Public broadcaster RAI has extended its partnership with the Italian Paralympic Committee (CIP) until the end of December 2022.
A politician who served during the Fukushima disaster has criticised claims that the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games can show humanity's triumph over coronavirus.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department has arrested a man on suspicion of selling fake gold medals for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Rising Phoenix, an upcoming documentary about the Paralympic Movement, counters the attitude displayed by some Rio 2016 organisers who viewed the Paralympics as less important than the Olympics, its co-producer Greg Nugent has said.
International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) President Ulf Mehrens has said the organisation will call for changes to the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) classification rules after nine players were declared ineligible for Tokyo 2020 in the first reassessment phase.
Tokyo 2020 to "listen and learn" from sporting events to aid development of coronavirus countermeasures
Tokyo 2020 have promised it will "listen and learn" from sporting events which have resumed in Japan and internationally, as organisers seek to develop "robust countermeasures" against coronavirus by the conclusion of the year.
British wheelchair basketball player George Bates has claimed that he is considering having his leg amputated to continue his international career in the sport after recent classification changes were made by the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF).