The inaugural edition of the World Para Snow Sports Championships in Lillehammer has been moved from next year to 2022.
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Alpine skiers Markus Salcher and Veronika Aigner won the prizes for the best athletes with an impairment at Austria's Athlete of the Year awards.
The Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) has joined forces with US Paralympics Nordic Skiing (USPN) to help Para athletes reach the top level in Nordic skiing and biathlon.
Nicolas Badaracco, goaltender for Argentina's national ice hockey team, is aiming to grow Para ice hockey in the city of Ushuaia.
World Para Nordic Skiing held two webinars with the aim of increasing the number of technical delegates (TDs) and referees.
There are now less than 100 days until the inaugural edition of the World Para Snow Sports Championships, with the International Paralympic Committee highlighting some of the biggest potential battles.
Latvia’s Para ice hockey players will be able use a new ice rink in Riga next year as the country bids to field a team at Milan Cortina 2026.
Paralympic legend Brian McKeever is planning to race two more seasons before ending his glittering Nordic skiing career at Beijing 2022.
The Canadian Wheelchair Championship is among six further events cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Ostrava to host 2021 World Para Ice Hockey Championships A-Pool with Beijing 2022 places up for grabs
The World Para Ice Hockey Championships A-Pool will return to Ostrava, Czech Republic next year with eight teams battling it out to qualify for the 2022 Winter Paralympic Games.
Dual Para-athlete and two-time Winter Paralympian Tori Pendergast has announced her retirement from Alpine skiing at the age of 29.
American Para-snowboarder Mike Shea has announced his retirement from the sport at the age of 37.
Latvia's Para ice hockey team plan to return to training next month following an enforced break caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) and World Para Snow Sports have announced plans to extend their relationship to help encourage children to participate in snow sports.
World Para Ice Hockey has said competitions, development of the sport and strengthening its operations are the organisation's three strategic priorities under a new two-year plan for the sport.