Fourteen-time Paralympic gold medal-winning swimmer Daniel Dias has been named Male Athlete of the Year by men’s fashion and style magazine GQ Brazil, recognising his performance at Rio 2016.
British Paralympic swimming champion Sascha Kindred has won an appeal to reinstate his funding from UK Sport.
Seven-time Paralympic swimming champion Stephanie Dixon has been inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame.
Rio 2016 gold medallists are among a group of 13 placed in the top bracket of British Para-Swimming's performance squads for 2017.
Glenallen School have honoured their former pupil Tim Disken for his three Paralympic Games medal haul at Rio 2016 by naming their swimming pool in his honour.
Swimming sensation Carlos Serrano is already targeting success at Tokyo 2020 having become Colombia’s first Paralympic gold medallist for 36 years at Rio 2016.
Three-time Paralympic champion Aurélie Rivard has been named Female Para-swimmer of the Year by Swimming Canada.
Morelia City has been announced as the host of the 2017 International Federation of Sport for Para-athletes with an Intellectual Disability (INAS) Swimming Championships.
Belarus’ Ihar Boki dominated the men’s 100 metres backstroke S13 final on the last night of swimming competition here at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, winning his sixth gold in a world record time.
Home favourite Dias retains Paralympic backstroke crown to increase Rio 2016 gold medal tally to three
Daniel Dias delighted the home crowd on the penultimate day of Rio 2016 Paralympic swimming action after successfully defending his men’s 50 metres backstroke S5 title at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium here.
The United States' Bradley Snyder broke a 30-year-old world record on his way to winning the men’s 100 metres freestyle S11 final here this evening, shortly after competition resumed following a delay due to "technical issues".
Michelle Alonso Morales twice lowered her Paralympic record in the women’s 100 metres breaststroke SB14 on her way to winning one of Spain’s three swimming gold medals here today.
Canada’s Aurelie Rivard broke her own Paralympic record on the way to winning the women’s 100 metres freestyle S10 title, edging out rival Sophie Pascoe of New Zealand at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium this evening.
Great Britain’s Sascha Kindred won his seventh gold medal in his sixth Paralympic Games today, claiming the men’s 200 metres individual medley SM6 title in a world record time at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium.
New Zealand’s Sophie Pascoe claimed the eighth Paralympic title of her career after winning the women’s 200 metres individual medley SM10 final in a world record time at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium.