Sochi 2014 Paralympics
March 13 - An Italian ice sledge hockey player has been suspended for 18 months after testing positive for an anabolic steroid days before the Winter Paralympics.
March 13 - Russian President Vladimir Putin has thanked the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) for not wading into the tensions over Ukraine amid an insistence that Russia did not cause the ongoing crisis in the Crimea.
March 12 - Repair and service work has been provided on 180 occasions by technical service providers Ottobock during the first half of the Winter Paralympics in Sochi, it has been revealed.
March 11 - Despite not yet reaching the halfway point, Sochi 2014 been hailed a huge success by International Paralympic Committee (IPC) President Sir Philip Craven, while organisers claim ticket sales and marketing revenue from the Games have already broken records.
March 11 - Russian International Olympic University (RIOU) students are learning about the practicalities of hosting a Winter Paralympic Games by engaging in observer and participation programmes with the Sochi 2014 Organising Committee.
March 9 - Sochi 2014 has already broken a host of Winter Paralympic records both in terms of ticket sales and online views despite being scarcely two days old.
March 8 - Italian ice sledge hockey player Igor Stella has been sent home from the Winter Paralympics in Sochi after testing positive for an anabolic steroid.
Competing in front of both mothers at Sochi 2014 will be "fulfilment of dream" says Paralympic star McFadden
March 8 - An emotional Tatyana McFadden revealed that it will be the "fulfilment of a dream" when she takes to the snow at the Sochi 2014 Paralympics where she will compete for gold medal glory in front of both her adopted and biological mothers.