Paralympic wheelchair fencing gold medallist Bebe Vio has taken part in a virtual clinic for Italian television.
The International Federation of Cerebral Palsy Football (IFCPF) has announced it has cancelled of all its events for 2020, and has opted to focus on 2021.
The International Canoe Federation (ICF) held an online Para-canoe seminar with African countries which have Portuguese as their first language, to improve development in the region and promote a better understanding of athletes' classification.
Disability Sports Australia (DSA) chief executive Jenni Cole has stepped down from the organisation, it has been announced.
Paralympic boccia gold medallist Evani Calado has claimed the sport's worldwide governing body is considering separate events for men and women at the Games after Tokyo 2020.
The Italian Paralympic Committee (CIP) has announced it will give disabled athletes free admission to its Paralympic Training Center in Rome, for the whole of the 2020-2021 season.
World ParaVolley has honoured American referee Dan Apol with a posthumous recognition certificate.
Malaysian Para-badminton player Cheah Liek Hou has vowed to stay in shape to ensure he is at his best when the sport makes its Paralympic debut at Tokyo 2020.
Special Olympics Serbia has given a stipend of $11,000 (£9,000/€10,000) to 10 of its athletes, who had top sporting achievements over the past year.
The Italian Paralympic Committee (CIP) has led tributes to Paralympic gold medallist Carlo Durante following his death at the age of 73.
A virtual equivalent to this year's Liberty Race, an event in Spain that invites people to run or walk over ten kilometres to support those with disabilities, is taking place on the date the event was originally scheduled.
Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) has found 13 more of its missing Paralympians, with nine left to go as it seek to honour all of the nation's previous Paralympic athletes.
Paralympic swimming champion Liz Johnson has launched a job website for people with disabilities, branded "PodiumByTAP", to coincide with Global Accessibility Awareness Day.
Goalball UK official Dina Murdie has launched a fundraising challenge to raise money for the national governing body.
Double Paralympic 100 metres champion Martina Caironi is among Italian athletes training on sections of track sent to them during lockdown by Mondo, the company which has supplied track and field surfaces for the last 10 Olympic Games.