Britain’s David Weir and Switzerland’s Marcel Hug will hope to fend off rising American star Daniel Romanchuk in the men’s wheelchair race at the London Marathon on Sunday (April 28).
Brazil’s Joeferson Marinho will be among those hoping to make his mark on home soil when São Paulo hosts the second stage of the World Para Athletics Grand Prix over the coming three days.
Japan will stage the World Para Athletics Championships for the first time after Kobe was awarded the hosting rights for the 2021 event.
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.
The route of the Paralympic marathon events at Tokyo 2020 has today been confirmed following approval from World Para Athletics.
Australia’s Para athlete Michael Roeger – best known for middle-distance running – says he is aiming for gold at the World Marathon Championships in London this month on what will be his second appearance over the distance.
Athlete thanks King Salman after Saudi Arabian women compete at international Para-athletics meet for first time
Zahra Al Tala has thanked Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud having recently become one of the first women from the country to compete in an international Para-athletics meet.
Bydgoszcz will host the penultimate leg of this season's World Para Athletics Grand Prix circuit in place of Berlin, it has been announced.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has honoured Paralympic field athlete Deepa Malik in celebration of International Women’s Day.
One lap races dominated the track action once again as the World Para Athletics Dubai Grand Prix came to an end.
Tunisia's world record holder and two-time world champion Yassine Gharbi cruised to victory in the men's T54 400 metres today on day three of the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Dubai.
Australia’s five-time Paralympic champion Evan O’Hanlon was among the star performers as action continued at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Dubai.
Four world records were set on the opening day of the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Dubai.
Three women from Saudi Arabia will compete in the World Para Athletics Grand Prix series for the first time as the season begins in Dubai tomorrow.
Mohamed Al Hammadi won his second gold medal on home soil today at the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) World Games in the United Arab Emirates.