Shingo Kunieda will bid for a fourth title of the year when the double Paralympic singles gold medallist competes at the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Japan Open in Iizuka this week.
Around 100 athletes are expected to attend the second edition of the 2019 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletes’ Forum at the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) Training Center in Colorado Springs in November.
This year's International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) Americas Congress will be held in Lima, it has been announced.
Iran’s sitting volleyball coach Hadi Rezaei has been appointed as the new chief executive of the I. R. Iran National Paralympic Committee for a four-year term.
Olympic weightlifting gold medallist Hossein Tavakkoli has been appointed head coach of Iran's Para powerlifting team.
Kaiser returns from 12-year absence to feature in Australian team for inaugural Beach ParaVolley World Series event
Nic Kaiser is set to end a 12-year absence from international competition after being named in the Australian team at the inaugural Beach ParaVolley World Series in China next month.
Promote PR has been appointed to manage marketing and communications for the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships in London.
Eight countries have entered teams to compete at the ParaVolley Asia Oceania (PVAO) Zone Championships taking place in Bangkok in June.
Benguet is set to welcome around 1,500 athletes when the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) holds the inaugural Pilipinas Para Games next month.
Nominations for this year's International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments (INAS) Awards and Hall of Fame have been opened by the worldwide organisation.
The World Para Dance Sport season is due to start tomorrow as Cujik in The Netherlands hosts the opening Para Dance Sport International Competition.
Former Para swimmer Stephanie Dixon has been named Canada's Chef de Mission for next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Members of India's Para archery team were given second-floor hotel rooms without lifts on their return from an international tournament, with some athletes having to be carried up the stairs by coaches and support staff.
Britain topped the medal table at the first Para-archery world rankings tournament of the season with three gold medals and a silver in Fazza.
The London Marathon is introducing a new competition in this year’s elite wheelchair races, which form part of the World Para Athletics Marathon Championships.