Leo-Pekka Tähti has made history by becoming the first Paralympian to be named as Finland's Sports Personality of the Year.
Paris will hold a World Para Athletics Grand Prix event for the first time during the upcoming season, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has announced.
Double Paralympic champion Jonnie Peacock has helped launch a ticket offer for London schools, which will enable 250,000 schoolchildren to attend the 2017 World Para-Athletics Championships at a discounted price.
Double Paralympic champion Kimani targets world record at 2017 World Para-Athletics Championships in London
Double Paralympic gold medallist Samuel Muchai Kimani of Kenya has set his sights on the breaking the world record in the T11 5,000 metres event at the World Para-Athletics Championships in London this year.
British wheelchair racer and UK Athletics board member Anne Wafula Strike has claimed she was left "humiliated" after wetting herself on a train when the company failed to provide an accessible toilet on the journey.
India’s Paralympic high jump champion Mariyappan Thangavelu is to be the subject of a new biopic by filmmaker Aishwarya Rajinikanth Dhanush.
Australia’s three-time Paralympic medallist Brad Scott has announced his retirement from athletics, following the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
New Zealand sprinter Liam Malone has been named as M2 magazine’s Man of the Year after he won two gold medals at the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Five-time Paralympic gold medallist Jason Smyth will attend an international friendly football match between Northern Ireland and Croatia next week after being overlooked for a “Lap of Legends” event last month.
State prosecutors will be required to argue in the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) their assertion that convicted murderer Oscar Pistorius' six-year jail term is lenient.
Deepa Malik has been given a cash reward of Rs Four Crore (£488,000/$600,000/€541,000) by India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi after becoming the country’s first-ever female Paralympic medallist with a silver in the shot put F53 at Rio 2016.
Ananias Shikongo was named as the winner of three honours at the Namibia Sport Awards following his success at the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro last month.
The final International Standards, which accompany the 2015 Athlete Classification Code, have been published by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).
Ireland’s five-time Paralympic gold medallist Jason Smyth has questioned why he was not invited to take part in a "Lap of Legends" event at Windsor Park in Belfast on Saturday (October 8).
New Zealand sprinter Liam Malone has been gifted the key to the city of Nelson having returned to the place where he grew up on the back of winning two Paralympic gold medals at Rio 2016 last month.