Cerebral Palsy (CP Sport) celebrated World Cerebral Palsy Day by launching its second virtual challenge series.
Paralympic medallist Westelynck re-elected French Handisport Federation President through to Paris 2024
Paralympic medallist Guislaine Westelynck has been re-elected President of the French Handisport Federation (FFH) through to the 2024 Paralympic Games in Paris.
Nik Diaper and Steve Maiden have been appointed as independent directors at Boccia UK as the organisation expanded the size of its Board.
Paralympics Australia is among nine organisations in the country which have come together to form the Australian Sporting Alliance for People with a Disability.
Hungary's first Paralympic gold medallist and table tennis player Zoltán Tauber has died aged 86.
The French Paralympic and Sports Committee (CPSF) has selected 15 athletes for its team in its latest announcement for Tokyo 2020.
Andrea Piccillo has been elected President of the Italian Paralympic Federation of Powerchair Sport (FIPPS).
Dutch racer Nikita den Boer caused a huge upset as she beat pre-race favourite Manuela Schär of Switzerland to claim her first women's London Marathon wheelchair title.
International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) Europe has announced the postponement of the Men's Under-23 European Championship due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Wheelchair Fencing European Championships have been pushed back by a year to 2021 and moved from Britain to Hungary in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
This year's International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) World Games in Thailand have been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Marcel Hug and Manuela Schar are targeting double success for Switzerland in the wheelchair races at a unique 40th edition of the Virgin Money London Marathon tomorrow (Sunday).
World Sailing President Kim Andersen has claimed that the sport is in a strong position to lobby for a return to the programme at the Paralympic Games in time for Los Angeles 2028.
Special Olympics GB has announced an enhanced collaboration with Lions Clubs of the British Isles to develop their shared goal of improving the lives of children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
Paralympic wheelchair tennis medallist Michaël Jérémiasz has said he took on the role of tournament director at the French Riviera Open because he "wanted to give back" to the sport.