International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has announced it has revised its version of the IPC Anti-Doping Code following the establishment of an Independent Anti-Doping Hearing Panel.
Japanese Para-badminton player Daiki Kajiwara has admitted he may struggle to stay motivated for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games after the event was postponed until 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Virtus President Marc Truffaut has said he is "proud" of how the organisation has developed since hosting its first World Championships in 1989.
Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby (GBWR) has decided not to pursue playing outdoors, despite the easing of Government restrictions allowing for it to explore that opportunity.
Canada's Paralympic snowboarder Curt Minard has announced his retirement from the sport.
The Malaysian Paralympic Council (MPC) hopes to organise a regional mini-Games in March to fill the void caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Australian Paralympian Rae Anderson is one of two athletes chosen to receive the first scholarships awarded by disability charity CoastAbility.
Paralympic wheelchair basketball champion Matt Scott will put his Tokyo 2020 ambitions on hold to teach a generation of wheelchair athletes his best skills when he hosts a clinic as part of the first virtual Angel City Games.
Overall leader Vera Muratova extended her lead at the top of the women's rankings by winning the third leg of World Para Powerlifting's Online World Cup Series.
Four-time Paralympic gold medallist Alex Zanardi has undergone brain surgery for a second time after a a handcycle crash in Italy.
Japanese Para-badminton players Ayako Suzuki and Daiki Kajiwara have said that the postponement of Tokyo 2020 will give them more time to perfect their skills before playing in front of a home crowd.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Governing Board is to meet virtually over four days in early July.
Kazan in Russia has been announced as the host of the 2022 Special Olympics World Winter Games.
Paralympic and world champion Lauren Rowles broke her own world indoor rowing record at the British Rowing Virtual Championships.
Visually impaired British judoka Elliot Stewart has said there is more to come from him at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics after a strong 2019 season, despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.