Patrique Dankers of The Netherlands claimed his best-ever Powerlifting World Cup finish as he won the men's up to 88 kilograms event in Dubai today.
Jordan's Abdelkareem Mohmmad Ahmad Khattab secured his first-ever Powerlifting World Cup title as he won the men's up to 80 kilograms competition in Dubai today.
Ukraine's Mariana Shevchuk returned to the scene of her doping controversy last year to claim the gold medal at the 2017 Powerlifting World Cup in Dubai today.
Jordan’s Omar Qarada took gold on the opening day of the 2017 Powerlifting World Cup in Dubai as four of the top five finishers from the men’s up to 49 kilograms division at Rio 2016 went head-to-head.
A number of medallists from the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games are set to compete at the season-opening Powerlifting World Cup in Dubai, where action is due to begin tomorrow.
World Para Powerlifting, in partnership with the Dubai Sports Club for the Disabled (DSCD), conducted a series of educational courses this week in Dubai prior to the start of the World Cup tomorrow.
Powerlifter Ruza Kuzieva has failed a doping test for meldonium, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has announced, but she will escape a ban due to the question marks over the substance.
International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Powerlifting has sent its condolences to the family of Antranik Nahabeet and the Iraq National Paralympic Committee after he tragically died in Baghdad.
Siamand Rahman has targeted further medal success at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Powerlifting World Championships and Tokyo 2020 following his historic success at Rio 2016.
The number of International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Powerlifting national technical officials has been bolstered after five participants passed a referee course in Lille.
More than 5,000 people visited the powerlifting spectator experience during the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro last month, it has been announced.
Siamand Rahman lived up to his status as the world’s strongest Paralympian after the Iranian star produced a world record lift on the final day of powerlifting competition at Rio 2016.
Egypt's Mohamed Eldib and Randa Mahmoud both won Paralympic powerlifting gold medals at Riocentro Pavilion 2 in Rio de Janeiro today.
Paralympic Games debutante, Nigeria's Ndidi Nwosu, defeated London 2012 gold medallist Souhad Ghazouani of France in the women's under 73 kilogram powerlifting final at Riocentro - Pavilion 2 in Rio de Janeiro today.
Nigeria's Lucy Ejike won gold in the women's under 61 kilogram category as she became the first athlete to deny Egypt's Fatma Omar a Paralympic powerlifting title.