Host nation Israel reached the quad final with a 2-1 win over South Africa at the International Tennis Federation World Team Cup wheelchair tennis event in Ramat Hasharon.
South Africa’s women made history by earning their first semi-final place at the International Tennis Federation World Team Cup wheelchair tennis event in Israel.
Israel is set to hold the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Wheelchair Tennis World Team Cup for the first time with competition beginning tomorrow.
Iran has promised to end its decades-long boycott of matches against Israel after authorities in the country reached an agreement with the International Judo Federation (IJF) to arrest a trend the sport's governing body had described as a "disturbing phenomenon".
Creation of Para Winter Games and gender balance to headline European Paralympic Committee General Assembly
Motions on the possibility of creating a European Para Winter Games and improving the gender balance on the European Paralympic Committee (EPC) Executive Board are set to headline the organisation's General Assembly in Israel tomorrow.
The International Gymnastics Federation Artistic World Cup in Doha featured an historic moment today after Israel’s Alexander Shatlov won the men’s floor contest.
Liam Morgan: Rhetoric from Malaysian Government gave IPC no choice but to strip country of swimming event
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) stripping Malaysia of a major sporting event owing to the country's refusal to allow Israeli athletes to compete was unquestionably the right call.
The Malaysian Government has remained defiant after the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) chose to strip the country of the rights to host this year’s World Para Swimming Championships in Kuching.
Israel got their 2019 judo season off to a strong start today, winning two golds from five events on day one of their home International Judo Federation (IJF) Grand Prix in Tel Aviv.
Malaysian Prime Minister insists Israeli athletes not welcome in country for World Para Swimming Championships
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has claimed there is "no place for Israeli athletes" in his country which is due to host this year's World Para Swimming Championships.
IPC optimistic Israeli athletes will receive visas for World Para Swimming Championships in Malaysia after concerns raised
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) have claimed they are optimistic Israeli athletes will be able to attend the World Para Swimming Championships after concerns were raised they would not receive visas for Malaysia.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Alex Gilady has reportedly withdrawn a lawsuit against two women who publicly accused him of sexual harassment.
The National Paralympic Committee of Israel (NPCI) has held a special ceremony in Jerusalem to mark 50 years since the 1968 Paralympic Games in the country.
Liam Morgan: Olympic Movement guilty of paying lip-service to action when it comes to dealing with political discrimination against athletes
The World Karate Federation (WKF) was eager to publicise the record-breaking number of countries at its World Championships in Madrid last week.
The International Judo Federation (IJF) have hailed Israel's participation under their own flag at the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam as a "watershed moment".