Portugal’s Luis Goncalves will be one of the key names to look out for as the World Para Athletics Grand Prix series continues in Italian city Rieti this weekend.
Double Paralympic gold medallist Liam Malone of New Zealand has been ruled out of this year's World Para Athletics Championships in London due to a leg injury.
Paralympic champion Alessandro Rodrigo broke the men's F11 discus world record on home soil to take gold at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in São Paulo.
Britain’s David Weir claimed a record seventh men’s wheelchair title at the Virgin Money London Marathon by producing a late sprint to beat Swiss rival Marcel Hug here today.
Britain’s David Weir will seek a record seventh men’s wheelchair title at the Virgin Money London Marathon tomorrow on his 18th consecutive appearance at the race.
Brazilian throwers led the way with a series of superb performances on the opening day of the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in São Paulo.
Defending women’s wheelchair champion Tatyana McFadden has been forced to pull out of the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday (23 April) because of illness.
Eighteen medallists from the Rio 2016 Paralympics are set to compete at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in São Paulo this weekend with three days of action due to begin tomorrow at the Brazilian Paralympic Training Centre.
Marcel Hug claimed a third victory in the Boston Marathon today after outpushing 10-time winner Ernst van Dyk in the men's wheelchair race today.
Maroua Ibrahmi led Tunisia’s medal charge on the final day of competition at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Tunis.
Paralympic silver medallist Hania Aidi came out on top in the women’s shot put F54/55/56/57 event as Tunisian women dominated on home turf today at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Tunis.
Hani Alnakhli of Saudi Arabia broke his own discus F33 world record on the opening day of action at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix at the Rades Athletics Stadium in Tunis.
More than 30 medallists from last year's Paralympic Games are set to compete at the second World Para Athletics Grand Prix of the season, due to begin in Tunis tomorrow.
Athletics Australia has confirmed six athletes who will compete at this year's World Para Athletics Championships in London.
Double Paralympic sprint champion Jonnie Peacock has urged the British public to support the London 2017 World Para Athletics Championships with 100 days to go.