Four world records fell out on the track on the opening day of competition at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Nottwil in Switzerland.
The penultimate leg of the 2017 World Para Athletics Grand Prix season is scheduled to begin tomorrow in Nottwil, where more than 210 athletes from 29 countries are set to take part across four days of competition.
Germany’s Johannes Floors won the 100 metres T43/44 event in a European record time as action came to a close today at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Paris today.
Paris 2024 have promised the Handisport Open World Para Athletics Grand Prix, which opened at the Charléty Stadium in the French capital today, will "reinforce" key pillars around Paralympic sport as part of their bid.
Italy's Martina Caironi will seek to hone her preparations for the World Para Athletics Championships when she competes at the Paris Grand Prix, which is due to begin tomorrow.
Oil and gas giant BP has been announced as a national partner of the London 2017 World Para Athletics Championships.
Great Britain's Paralympic champion Sophie Hahn set a world record in the T38 100 metres at the Loughborough International Athletics meeting.
Hosts China continued to make their mark out in the field on the third and final day of competition at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Beijing, with Rio 2016 Paralympic shot put champion Liwan Yang among the winners.
Jun Wang broke a second world record in as many days at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Beijing, where hosts China continue to exert their dominance.
Chinese athletes broke two world records on home soil today as the World Para Athletics Grand Prix meeting began in Beijing today.
Great Britain’s Samantha Kinghorn and Rachael Morrison of the United States smashed world records on the opening day of the World Para Athletics Grand Prix event in Arizona.
U.S. Paralympics announced UCLA today as the site of this year's United States Paralympics Track & Field National Championships, an event will be the trials for the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships in London.
More than 270 athletes from 17 countries are set to compete at the fifth World Para Athletics Grand Prix of the season in Arizona in the United States over the next two days.
Law firm Irwin Mitchell has been confirmed as the official legal services provider for the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships, taking place at the Olympic Stadium in London.
Helgi Sveinsson claimed gold in the men's F42 javelin competition at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Rieti in fine fashion, as the Icelandic athlete produced a world record throw in Italy.