Iran overcame hosts Thailand in a closely fought match to reach the final of the Blind Football Asian Championships and qualify for next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Double Paralympic powerlifting gold medallist Lin Tzu-hui of Chinese Taipei will miss the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games after receiving a two-year ban for testing positive for a prohibited substance.
Tokyo 2020 has begun the first training sessions for Games volunteers at the National Olympics Memorial Youth Centre.
Lauren Steadman has been congratulated by one of her main sponsors after winning her seventh World Paratriathlon Championship.
All three of Australia's reigning Paralympic champions have been named on the country's team for November's World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai.
Reigning men's European rugby union champions Saracens have founded their first wheelchair rugby club.
Four teams are set to compete at the Japan Para Goalball Championships, a Tokyo 2020 test event beginning tomorrow.
British Government confirms £50 million funding boost for Olympic and Paralympic teams at Tokyo 2020
The British Government have pledged £50 million ($62 million/€56 million) to support their country's athletes at next year's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Hosts Japan won two gold medals in the men's events at the World Para Powerlifting World Cup in Tokyo, doubling as a test event for next year's Paralympic Games.
International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) Wheelchair Fencing has announced that next year's European Championships has been awarded to Hatfield in Britain.
A total of 14 Paralympic gold medallists have been named on the United States squad for November's World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai.
Powerlifting world record holder Siamand Rahman has been unveiled as the fifth and final star of a visual campaign promoting next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Spain and France secured a place at next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo by reaching the final of the Blind Football European Championships in Rome.
A senior doctor at the Japan Medical Association (JMA) has criticised the scheduling of next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo and warned heatstroke will be the "biggest risk" during the event.
A number of Asian nations have been inspired to increase the amount of women participating in Para-sports, following a workshop held in Tokyo.