Australia’s wheelchair basketballers will benefit from Formula One racecar technology when they compete at this year's Paralympics.
Home shooter Dragan Ristic won the 10 metres air rifle prone mixed SH2 category gold at the World Para Shooting Sport Grand Prix in Novi Sad in Serbia with a total of 255.4.
A total of 31 countries are set to be represented in wheelchair tennis at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, after the International Tennis Federation (ITF) confirmed the qualified players for the Games.
The United States will open the defence of their Paralympic women's wheelchair basketball title with a clash against reigning world champions The Netherlands at Tokyo 2020.
Shot putter Ben Tuimaseve is the latest addition to New Zealand’s athletics team for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
The qualification process for rowing at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games has been completed with awarding of final places to four crews via the bipartite process.
The news that Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation (THF) coach Parfait Hakizimana has been included in the first-ever Refugee Paralympic Team has been hailed by World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue.
Ellie Simmonds and Stephanie Millward are set to make their fourth Paralympic appearances as part of the team that will represent Britain in the pool at the delayed Tokyo 2020 Games.
Rio 2016 silver medallist Piers Gilliver is one of the four wheelchair fencers selected to represent Britain at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Chateauroux in France is set to return to the World Shooting Para Sport World Cup circuit next year and the event could be qualifier for the Paris 2024 Paralympics.
Six athletes have been selected to represent the Refugee Paralympic Team (RPT) at the delayed Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Special Olympics GB has launched a four-year strategy focusing on sustainability and growth in the organisation called "Inclusion in Action", building an awareness programme for intellectual disability sport in the United Kingdom.
The Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) has held a virtual event over two days called Connexion 2021, with an aim of providing women with information on Para sport and the tools and resources to get involved in or stay active in sport.
British badminton duo Jack Shephard and Dan Bethell will be going for gold when the sport makes its Paralympic debut at Tokyo 2020.
Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid - who battled it out in the men’s singles wheelchair tennis singles final at the Rio 2016 Paralympics - are among six players that have been confirmed as part of Britain’s squad for Tokyo 2020.