Great Britain beat Japan today to make a successful start to the defence of their title at the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation Women’s Under-25 World Championships in Suphanburi.
Nottwil in Switzerland and Arizona in the United States will both host World Para Athletics Grand Prix events this weekend.
Richard Osvath and Amarilla Veres won the respective men’s sabre and women’s épée individual A events as action began today at the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation Wheelchair Fencing World Cup in São Paulo.
Great Britain are set to begin their bid to retain their title when they face Japan on the opening day of the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation Women’s Under-25 World Championships in Suphanburi tomorrow.
Great Britain once again showed their power by winning six medals in hard and windy conditions on the second and final day of the Paracanoe European Championships in Poznań.
ParalympicsGB have confirmed their core sports science and sports medicine team for Tokyo 2020 - with a key role for Dr Tom Paulson, the English Institute of Sport’s head of Paralympic performance support.
The Asian Paralympic Committee (APC) has launched its new website aimed, it claims, at giving itself a strong digital identity, as well as informing its global audience on the development of the Paralympic Movement in the region.
Rio 2016 Paralympic gold medallist and two-time reigning world champion Serhii Yemelianov was one of Ukraine’s two winners on the opening day of the Paracanoe European Championships in Poznań.
Brazil’s 14-time Paralympic swimming gold medallist Daniel Dias will compete at Tokyo 2020 in fitting Japanese style.
Home athlete Jovane Guissone will be among those eager to leave their mark on the competition when the latest event on the 2019 International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) Wheelchair Fencing World Cup tour takes place in São Paulo over the coming four days.
Fourteen-year-old Waris Thamla-Aied is among the 12 players who have been named on hosts Thailand’s team for the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation Women’s Under-25 World Championships in Suphanburi.
No fewer than 27 teams will compete in the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Goalball International Qualifier which offers places at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Britain will hope for further success at the Paracanoe European Championships when the two-day event begins tomorrow in Poznan.
Thailand's Witsanu Huadpradit beat world champion David Smith in the quarter-final of the Hong Kong Boccia World Open on his way to victory in the BC1 category.
World Rugby and the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) have reaffirmed their commitment to close collaboration after a week of meetings in Dublin.