Paralympian Enrique Plantey and his girlfriend Triana Serfaty are set to publish a book aimed at breaking the silence around sex and disability.
Namibian Para-athlete Johannes Nambala is confident Tokyo 2020 will be a "turning point" in his career as he sets his sights on gold.
Australian wheelchair basketball star Jessica Cronje says she is both "nervous" and "excited" at the prospect of competing in the rearranged Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Move United claim to have offered more than 1,000 virtual programmes to individuals with physical disabilities in a bid to improve health and fitness.
Brazil's Paralympic swimming legend Daniel Dias believes the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics still feel special despite the Games being delayed to next year because of the COVID-19 crisis.
Iran marked its 13th National Paralympic Day with various virtual celebrations as well as a ceremony in Tehran.
Special Olympics GB has extended its partnership with taste and nutrition company Kerry Group for another two years.
Para-swimmer Danielle Kisser and longtime Paralympic coach Jean Laroche were among those honoured at the Canadian Sport Awards.
Colombian wheelchair racer Francisco Sanclemente is now eligible to compete after serving his 13-month suspension.
The Ariake Gymnastics Centre - which features one of the world’s largest timber roofs - has been recognised with the Minister of the Environment Award for its use of wood.
A record 12 candidates will stand in the British Paralympic Association (BPA) Athletes’ Commission elections next month.
This year's International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports (IWAS) Wheelchair Fencing Asian Championships in Thailand have been moved to April 22 to 27.
The Badminton World Federation (BWF) are considering options for the restart of Para-badminton competitions.
The Australian Government announced a A$3.02 million (£1.6 million/$2.1 million/€1.8 million) investment for 13 Paralympic high-performance programmes from 2021-2022.
Virtus: World Intellectual Impairment Sport has teamed up with the World Karate Federation (WKF), with both parties promoting the growth of karate for intellectually impaired people.