Mohamed Alhammadi, Noura Alktebi and Sara Alsenani - the United Arab Emirates’ top Para-athletes - will be leading the host nation’s challenge as Dubai gears up to host the largest-ever World Para Athletics Championships next month.
United States wheelchair athletes Daniel Romanchuk, Tatyana McFadden and Susannah Scaroni have qualified for next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo following their performances at the Chicago Marathon.
Dubai will be ready on time with just one month to go until the city hosts the World Para Athletics Championships, local organisers have claimed.
All three of Australia's reigning Paralympic champions have been named on the country's team for November's World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai.
British Athletics have named 11 reigning world champions among their 43-strong squad for the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai.
Alongside World Para Athletics and the Paralympic Committee of the Philippines, the Asian Paralympic Committee (APC) has hosted a three-day course designed to help officials prepare for the 2020 ASEAN Para Games.
A total of 14 Paralympic gold medallists have been named on the United States squad for November's World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai.
Organisers of November's World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai held a first aid course for event volunteers.
The Netherlands' Fleur Jong soared to the women's long jump T62 gold medal with a world record-breaking leap, on the second and final day of the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Paris.
Japan's Toru Suzuki and South Africa's Mpumelelo Mhlongo were both in world record-breaking form, as action got underway at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Paris.
The 2019 World Para Athletics Grand Prix season is concluding over the coming two days, with 2024 Paralympic Games host Paris staging the action.
Germany's Markus Rehm will attempt to break his own world record in the long jump tomorrow to mark one year to go until the start of the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Norway’s visually-impaired sprinter finishes fourth in European Athletics Team Championships First League 100m final
Norway’s visually-impaired T12 Para-sprint world record holder Salum Kashafali finished fourth here today in the men’s 100 metres final, contributing eight points to the home cause as the hosts filled third place going into tomorrow’s finale of the European Athletics Team Championships First League.
World T12 record-breaker Kashafali reaches 100m final at European Athletics Team Championships First League despite line error
Norway’s visually-impaired world record holder Salum Kashafali did just enough to qualify for tomorrow’s men’s 100 metres final here at the European Athletics Team Championships First League, despite slowing early after mistaking where the finish line was.
United States have topped the overall medal table at the World Para Athletics Junior Championships for the second time as competition concluded in Nottwil.