The Association for the Promotion of German Para Athletics has been founded in Stuttgart.
World Para Athletics has launched a membership consultation on the medal programme for the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games.
Two-time Paralympian high jumper Aaron Chatman, who won two Paralympic medals in the discipline, has announced his retirement at the age of 33.
Costa Rican Para-sprinter Sherman Guity could miss next year's postponed Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games because of an unintentional doping violation.
Hollie Arnold, Britain’s Rio 2016 Paralympic javelin champion, says she wants her appearance in reality television show I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! - which is due to start on on ITV on Sunday (November 15) – to put the focus on achievement rather than disability.
Kenya's Paralympic 5,000 metres champion Henry Kirwa will switch to contesting marathons after competing at Tokyo 2020.
Mother of Steenkamp "shook with anger" after BBC failed to name daughter in Pistorius documentary trailer
June Steenkamp said she "shook with anger" after the BBC released a trailer for a new Oscar Pistorius documentary series which failed to name her daughter Reeva.
Namibian Para-athlete Johannes Nambala is confident Tokyo 2020 will be a "turning point" in his career as he sets his sights on gold.
Colombian wheelchair racer Francisco Sanclemente is now eligible to compete after serving his 13-month suspension.
World Para Athletics has confirmed new dates for the European Championships as its calendar for 2021 was unveiled.
Para-athlete Ari Gesini will receive a AUD$10,000 (£5,500/$7,000/€6,000) grant and work under the guidance of Australian rugby legend George Gregan as part of the Sport Australia Hall of Fame (SAHOF) scholarship and mentoring programme.
Weir Archer Academy and Wheelpower were the recipients of the sprint prize money from the London Marathon wheelchair race.
Dutch racer Nikita den Boer caused a huge upset as she beat pre-race favourite Manuela Schär of Switzerland to claim her first women's London Marathon wheelchair title.
Marcel Hug and Manuela Schar are targeting double success for Switzerland in the wheelchair races at a unique 40th edition of the Virgin Money London Marathon tomorrow (Sunday).
More good news came from the Canadian city of Edmonton as another Para-athlete, Amanda Rummery, was reunited with her two stolen bikes.