Hosts China made a strong impact on the podium places on the opening day of the third World Para Athletics Grand Prix of the year in Beijing.
Plat among individual time trial winners on opening day of UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup in Corridonia
Jetze Plat of the Netherlands was one of the nine individual time trial winners on the opening day of the International Cycling Union Para-cycling Road World Cup in Corridonia in Italy.
Hosts China are set to field many of their Paralympic and world champions at the third World Para Athletics Grand Prix of the year starting in Beijing tomorrow.
Home swimmer Toh Wei Soong is planning to build on his season’s success at the World Para Swimming World Series event which starts in Singapore tomorrow.
The International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) has announced that Nakhon Ratchasima in Thailand will host its 2020 World Games.
Barry Couzner, President of World ParaVolley, restated his event’s Paralympic ambitions for Los Angeles 2028 today as the first Beach ParaVolley World Series Open got underway in Pingtan in China.
Beijing 2008 Olympic gold medallist Satoshi Ishii held a masterclass for young, budding judokas at Fuji Project, an award-winning disability sports club in Zagreb.
New Zealand’s Nikita Howarth has today announced her retirement from Para sport due to medical reasons.
Nine men's teams and two women's teams have arrived in Pingtan in China to compete in the first Beach ParaVolley World Series Open.
The Asian Paralympic Committee (APC) and World Archery held a classifiers and coaching training course during the Fazza Para Archery World Rankings tournament in Dubai.
Australia won all four singles categories at the Oceania Para Table Tennis Championships in Darwin, the first qualifying event for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Four Albertans were among the five outstanding individuals honoured at the Wheelchair Basketball Canada (WBC) Annual Awards, which saw decorated referee Sergio Giordano inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Vision-impaired (VI) athletes will compete in their first World Shooting Para Sport tournament after the organisation took over the governance of the discipline from the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA).
The World Boxing Council (WBC) has hailed the success of an adaptive boxing programme event organised by Brighton-based WBC Cares UK.
The creation of a European Para Youth Winter Games has moved a step closer after the European Paralympic Committees (EPC) approved the concept at its General Assembly in Israel.