Paralympic wheelchair basketball coach Tim Frick has been appointed to the Order of Canada.
Two documentaries about Paralympic snow sports athletes from Spain have been released, enjoying prominent billing at international festivals.
A new media campaign, organised by the Czech Paralympic Committee (CPC), has been launched with an aim to raise awareness of disability in the country.
Next year's European Sitting Volleyball Championships in Turkey have been pushed back by five months due to the coronavirus pandemic and recent developments regarding a COVID-19 vaccine.
World Triathlon is set to propose an additional four Paratriathlon medal events for inclusion at the 2024 Paralympic Games in Paris.
Cerebral Palsy Sport (CP Sport) has announced its finalists for the 2020 CP Sport Awards, which are set to take place virtually on December 12.
The Jamaica Paralympic Association (JPA) announced it will upgrade the basketball court and swimming pool at the Sir John Golding Rehabilitation Centre in Kingston.
World champion wheelchair basketball player Maude Jacques has announced her retirement from the sport following a nine-year international career.
Organisers of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics reportedly estimate the postponement of the Games is set to cost an additional $1.9 billion (£1.4 billion/€1.6 billion).
World Rowing has postponed the Americas Continental Olympic and Paralympic Qualification Regatta for Tokyo 2020 over coronavirus concerns.
The Organising Committee of the Kobe 2022 World Para Athletics Championships has unveiled its official logo for the competition.
Jamaica seeks formal recognition of athletes with intellectual disabilities in World Triathlon constitution
World Triathlon will vote on a motion by the Jamaica Triathlon Association (JTA) formally recognise athletes with intellectual disabilities in the organisation’s constitution.
Paralympic sprinter Blake Leeper has appealed a Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ruling that upheld World Athletics' decision to ban him from competing against able-bodied athletes to the Swiss Supreme Court.
Loughborough University to conduct research project as IWBF aims to comply with classification rules
Loughborough University has been commissioned to run a research project to establish new minimum impairment criteria (MIC), which would be incorporated into revised International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) rules to ensure compliance with the International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) Athlete Classification Code.
Ileana Rodriguez, who will be the leader of the Refugee Paralympic Team for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, has said she is excited at what the athletes can do at the Games and is confident that they can bring a message of hope.