Badminton World Federation (BWF) President Poul-Erik Høyer has expressed his delight that the sport has been awarded 14 medal events for its Paralympic Games debut at Tokyo 2020.
Australia will prepare for the 2020 Paralympic Games in Kobe, they have announced.
Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) chief executive Fiona Allan has questioned the timing of the announcement that athletics and swimming will have less medal events at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo than at Rio 2016.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has today announced the medal programme for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games with four sports having more events than Rio 2016 but athletics and swimming having less.
A celebration event was held in Tokyo today to mark exactly three-years-to-go until the 2020 Paralympic Games.
The Brazilian Paralympic Committee (CPB) has chosen the Japanese city of Hamamatsu as the training base for its athletes before Tokyo 2020.
International Paralympic Committee (IPC) President Sir Philip Craven hopes the 2028 Paralympic Games in Los Angeles will provide a platform for his Movement to experience a period of growth in the United States.
Organisers of Rio 2016 have asked Federal and Municipal Governments to help pay the outstanding BRL117 million (£29.1 million/$37.8 million/€34 million) debt from the Paralympic Games.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) are happy with the progress made by the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee following a visit to see how preparations are going.
The Australian Paralympic Committee (APC) has announced Kate McLoughlin will be the Chef de Mission for the Tokyo 2020 Australian Paralympic team, the same role she had at Rio 2016.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has claimed it is "satisfied" after the Swiss Federal Tribunal rejected the Russian Paralympic Committee’s (RPC) appeal against its suspension.
Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) has announced the appointment of five coaches and support staff across the organisation's cycling and swimming high performance programmes.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has praised the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) for its anti-doping programme at the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in a new report.
An accessibility guide designed to ensure the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games are "fully inclusive and accessible to everyone" has been published by the Organising Committee.
More than 4.1 billion people around the world watched the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games on television – making it the most viewed in the event’s history.