Tokyo 2020 have celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Japanese Para-Sports Association (JPSA) by bringing together members of the country's sporting community at a ceremony held today here.
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International Paralympic Committee end sailing's hopes of inclusion at Tokyo 2020 following meeting with ISAF
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) have confirmed to the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) in a meeting that the process of selecting sports for the Tokyo 2020 has officially drawn to a close, all but ending their hopes of having the sport reinstated.
A workshop has been held by the Japanese Government in Tokyo to help identify partnership opportunities to support sports development for people with an impairment ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Schoolchildren in the Japanese capital were involved in commemorations today to mark exactly 2,000 days to go until the Opening Ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Britain have led the protests against the International Paralympic Committee (IPC)'s decision to drop sailing from Tokyo 2020 and, together with the International Sailing Federation (ISAF), have launched a campaign for the sport to be added to the programme.
Taekwondo to be added to Tokyo 2020 Paralympic programme as sailing and football seven-a-side miss out
Taekwondo will make its Paralympic debut at Tokyo 2020, it was decided by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Governing Board today, meaning a total of 22 sports will feature, but sailing and football seven-a-side will miss out.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) claimed it is "extremely encouraged" by the progress of Tokyo 2020 following the conclusion of its first Project Review today.
Tokyo 2020 will create a more inclusive society in his nation by shifting social perception towards impairment, Yasushi Yamawaki, President of the Japanese Paralympic Committee, has claimed.
Five days of celebrations to mark the 50th anniversary of the Tokyo 1964 Paralympic Games are due to begin in the Japanese capital tomorrow.
International Paralympic Committee (IPC) President Sir Philip Craven has claimed that Tokyo 2020 will propel the Movement "to unimaginable heights".
Badminton will make its Paralympic Games debut at Tokyo 2020 after it was one of 16 sports approved today for inclusion on the programme for the Games.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has announced that a final decision on the make-up of the sports programme at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games will be delayed until early next year.
The values of the Paralympics have been celebrated by organisers of Tokyo 2020 as they mark six years to go until the Games begin.
A talent identification programme for Tokyo 2020 is to be launched next month by the Japanese Para-Sports Association.
March 10 - After being shortlisted for inclusion on the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic programme last week, Badminton World Federation (BWF) President Poul-Erik Høyer has urged everyone involved in the sport to "harness the momentum" generated by the decision which moves the prospect of badminton's debut in the Games closer.