Paris 2024 has appointed Damien Rajot as the on-site commercial operations director for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Japanese Para-badminton player Daiki Kajiwara has admitted he may struggle to stay motivated for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games after the event was postponed until 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Virtus President Marc Truffaut has said he is "proud" of how the organisation has developed since hosting its first World Championships in 1989.
Australian Paralympian Rae Anderson is one of two athletes chosen to receive the first scholarships awarded by disability charity CoastAbility.
Paris' socialist Mayor Anne Hidalgo has won another term in office which will encompass the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Canada's Cindy Ouellet believes her side has the quality to win the country's first women's wheelchair basketball medal since 2004 at the postponed Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
European men's goalball champions Germany have returned to training following an enforced break caused by the coronavirus crisis.
Tandem pilot Helen Scott has announced the Great Britain cycling team is seeking a new "stoker" - the blind or visually impaired rider at the back of the tandem who provides the power - following the retirement of reigning Paralympic kilo champion Sophie Thornhill.
Campaigning is officially underway ahead of next month’s election for Tokyo Governor, with the postponed Olympic and Paralympic Games among the key topics, as well as the capital’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike has confirmed her intentions to seek a second term in office ahead of next month’s election.
The Japanese Government is considering a simplified format for the postponed Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
A documentary following the Canadian wheelchair rugby team at the final Tokyo 2020 qualification event has premiered.
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 led tributes to Paralympic gold medallist Carlo Durante following his death at the age of 73.
Tributes have been paid to Margaret Maughan, Britain’s first Paralympic champion and the lighter of the London 2012 Paralympic cauldron, following her death at the age of 91.