France’s Florian Bouziani triumphed in the men’s C3 time trial on the second day of the International Cycling Union Para-cycling World Cup in Ostend.
Spain’s Joan Reinoso Figuerola was among the winners on the opening day of the International Cycling Union Para-cycling World Cup in Ostend.
The International Cycling Union Para-cycling World Cup circuit is set to make its return after a lengthy coronavirus-enforced stoppage in Ostend in Belgium this week.
Six-time world champion and double Paralympic medallist Emma Foy of New Zealand has announced her retirement from cycling.
Cycling achieved a double dose of success at Belgium’s 2020 Paralympic Sports Awards as Ewoud Vromant and tandem Griet Hoet and Anneleen Monsieur earned top honours at the virtual ceremony.
This year's International Cycling Union (UIC) Para-Cycling Track World Championships in Rio de Janeiro have been cancelled because of the coronavirus crisis.
Two-time Paralympic champion Wolfgang Eibeck has joined the Lower Austrian Sports Centre Walk of Fame, with his silver medal from Sydney 2000 now on display at the facility.
Four-time Paralympic champion and former Formula One driver Alex Zanardi has taken further steps in his recovery from a serious accident in June, with it being reported that some of his senses have returned.
Canadian Para-cyclists Tristen Chernove and Ross Wilson are planning to take on a virtual challenge to ascend the height of Mount Everest in a bid to raise funds for the Paralympic Foundation of Canada.
British Paralympic gold medallist Jon-Allan Butterworth has announced his retirement from professional cycling after an 11-year career.
Para-cyclist Dame Sarah Storey has been confirmed as the winner of The Sunday Times Disability Sportswoman of the Year 2020 during its online ceremony.
Four-time Paralympic champion Alex Zanardi has been moved to a hospital closer to home after an improvement in his condition.
Alex Zanardi has shown "signs of interaction" as the Paralympic champion continues his recovery from injuries sustained in a handcycling crash on June 19.
A sportscar manufactured by Honda to commemorate Italy’s Alex Zanardi winning the Championship Auto Racing Teams (CART) in 1997 and 1998 has been sold for a record $277,017 (£217,752/€236,623) on the internet.
Four-time Paralympic champion Alex Zanardi has made "significant clinical improvements" as he continues to receive treatment for a brain injury in Milan's San Raffaele Hospital.