The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has confirmed that it has conditionally reinstated Russia as a member.
Great Britain's Kadeena Cox showed her class yet again to win gold in the women's C4 500 metres time trial at the International Cycling Union Para Track World Championships in Apeldoorn in The Netherlands.
Rad is best of Paralympian rivals on day two at World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup Finals in Sapporo
A day of sprint biathlon racing at the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup Finals in Sapporo in Japan saw the same three Paralympic sitting champions finish on the podium as in the previous day's full race - but in a different order - as Ukraine's Taras Rad took gold.
Switzerland's Theo Gmur, Paralympic champion in the men's standing giant slalom, succeeded at the third attempt in beating France's 18-year-old world champion Arthur Bauchet at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup at the Spanish resort of La Molina.
The 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games are set to begin in Abu Dhabi tomorrow with 7,500 athletes from a record 200 countries ready to compete at the latest edition of the largest sports and humanitarian event.
Britain's most decorated Paralympian, Dame Sarah Storey, now 41, will seek to add to her record of 13 titles at the Para Cycling Track World Championships that get underway in Apeldoorn, The Netherlands tomorrow and run until Sunday (March 17).
The United States' Daniel Cnossen kept his hopes of winning a coveted crystal globe alive by winning the opening biathlon race of the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup Finals in Sapporo in Japan.
Double world champion Jeroen Kampschreur’s revenge win in the men’s sitting event headlined a day of comebacks during the second giant slalom races at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in La Molina in Spain.
Newly-crowned world champion Taiki Kawayoke will lead hosts Japan's team at the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup Finals in Sapporo, where competition is due to begin tomorrow.
Record-breaking shot putter among nominees for Americas Paralympic Committee Athlete of the Month award for February
Mexico's Rebeca Valenzuela Álvarez, who set an Americas record in the women's shot put F12 at last month's World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Dubai, has been named as one of the four nominees for the Americas Paralympic Committee (APC) Athlete of the Month for February.
France's Arthur Bauchet got off to a winning start today at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in La Molina, triumphing in the first of three men's standing giant slalom contests.
Switzerland has been awarded the 2020 edition of the World Wheelchair Curling Championship.
Scotland's bold bid for the World Wheelchair Curling Championships title on the home ice of Stirling fell just short today as they were beaten 5-2 in the final by Paralympic champions China.
France's Arthur Bauchet will be the man to beat in the standing events when the penultimate World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup of the season begins in La Molina tomorrow.
South Korea to build 23 sport centres for disabled people as part of Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics legacy
Twenty-three sports centres named after the 2018 Winter Paralympic mascot Bandabi are to be built across South Korea as a legacy to the Pyeongchang Games.