EY Japan has been announced as an official supporter of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics, with the company becoming the 65th domestic partner for next year's Games.
A new grant awarded to the United States Bobsled and Skeleton Federation (USBSF) is to be used to help American veterans prepare for bobsleigh's debut on the Paralympic programme.
Italy's team for next month's World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai is set to be led by double Paralympic gold medalist Martina Caironi.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) is set to stop acting as the International Federation for 10 sports following proposals made by its Governance Review Working Group.
Any change in the status of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) following the latest charges linked to the Moscow Laboratory should not affect the country's Paralympic athletes, it has been claimed.
World Curling Federation President Kate Caithness has praised China’s gold medal winning-Paralympic wheelchair curling squad after they were won Best Team Performance Award at the 2019 Paralympic Sport Awards.
Schoolchildren in Buckinghamshire in England are to be given the unique opportunity to design the cauldron that will be centre stage at the Paralympic Heritage Flame Lighting Ceremony for Tokyo 2020 at Stoke Mandeville Stadium next year.
Paralympic gold medallist Paula Tesoriero has been appointed Chef de Mission for the New Zealand Paralympic team for Tokyo 2020.
The new Paris 2024 joint Olympic and Paralympic Games emblem has been given the thumbs up by the French public.
Edmond in Oklahoma will host the final men's sitting volleyball qualification tournament for next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo, World ParaVolley and USA Volleyball have announced.
An international goodwill campaign has been launched by the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee to share Olympic and Paralympic values with Japanese people ahead of Tokyo 2020.
Paralympic gold and silver medallists Zhou Jiamin and Hanreuchai Netsiri are the headline names at the Asian Para Archery Championships, which get underway in Bangkok tomorrow.
International Paralympic Committee President Andrew Parsons expects Tokyo 2020 to offer the "best and most exciting" Paralympics after 390,000 Japanese residents applied for tickets.
An international labour union has requested a joint inspection of Tokyo 2020 construction sites as part of an investigation into worker safety and the use of migrant workers at venues for the Olympic Games.
A special festival zone will be constructed at Ariake Urban Sports Park when skateboarding makes its debut at the Olympic Games here in Tokyo next July.