Australia has announced further additions to its travelling contingent to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games with its 12-member wheelchair rugby squad.
Tokyo 2020 Paralympics
An anti-doping agreement has been concluded prior to next month’s Paralympic Games here, it has been announced.
Australia’s team of four for the wheelchair tennis at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics has been announced, including two reigning Paralympic champions in Dylan Alcott and Heath Davidson.
Grant Manzoney, Caitlin Dransfield and Wayne Phipps have all been selected to make Paralympic debuts for Australia at Tokyo 2020.
Karen van Nest is set to represent Canada at a sixth consecutive Paralympic Games after being confirmed as the country's sole archer for Tokyo 2020.
Rower Moran Samuel and boccia player Nadav Levi have been chosen as Israel's flag bearers for the upcoming Paralympic Games.
Worldwide Olympic Partner Visa has announced the launch of the "Visa Award" which will see fans vote for their favourite moments of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics.
The Austrian Paralympic team has been sworn in by Sports Minister Werner Kogler in capital Vienna.
Almost DKK200,000 (£22,890/$31,790/€26,890) has been raised to aid Parasport Denmark’s preparations for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games through a scheme centred on pillows.
Devendra Jhajharia wants to strike gold for a third time in the men's F46 javelin at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics - and is in fine form following his recent improvement on his own world record at the national selection trials for the Games.
Zimbabwe's team for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics are set to ramp-up preparations for the Games at a training camp in Harare from August 1.
Judoka Sandrine Martinet and wheelchair tennis player Stéphane Houdet have been selected as the flagbearers for France at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics following a general public vote campaign.
Australia has added a further 24 members to its athletics team for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, bringing its total squad size up to 36 athletes.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) will allow athletes to protest during Tokyo 2020 - but demonstrations will be limited to areas away from the field of play and medal ceremonies.
ParalympicsGB has announced the four judoka chosen to represent Britain at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.