Para Sport Sweden has announced the nominees for three awards to be presented at the country's Para sports awards on February 4.
Serbia's taekwondo star Tijana Bogdanovic has come crashing down to earth following her silver medal at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
The Rio 2016 Paralympic Opening Ceremony today will be the first event of more than 300 hours of live coverage of the Games on the recently launched Olympic Channel.
United World Wrestling (UWW) will provide financial support to improve the standard of referees following controversies at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro last month, it has been announced.
Yuriy Cheban of Ukraine successfully defended his men's 200 metres canoe sprint title in Rio and set a new Olympic record.
Iceland has named its squad for the upcoming Rio 2016 Paralympic Games which includes a host of returning faces.
Ferry Weertman won the gold medal in the men's 10 kilometres open water swimming, just 24 hours after Dutch compatriot Sharon van Rouwendaal's victory in the women's race along the same course in Rio.
Germany's Sebastian Brendel claimed an emotional gold medal in the men's canoe single 1000 metres, just a day after the death of his country's canoe coach Stefan Henze.
Charlotte Dujardin of Great Britain retained her Olympic individual dressage title with a stunning performance riding Valegro in Rio.
France's Aurelie Muller was disqualified after finishing second as Sharon van Rouwendaal of The Netherlands dominated the women’s 10 kilometre Olympic open water swimming race at Fort Copacabana.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has announced that Brazilian thrower Luciano Dos Santos Pereira has been suspended for four years for an anti-doping rule violation.
Swimmer Joseph Schooling, who clinched his first Olympic Gold medal in the 100 metres butterfly event at Rio 2016, is set to earn SGD1 million (£574,000/$743,000/ €665,000) in prize money.
Britain's Justin Rose won the first gold medal in golf for 112 years as a birdie on the 18th hole was enough to see off the challenge of Sweden's Henrik Stenson today.
USA Wheelchair Rugby have announced that Anthony McDaniel has been replaced in the Rio 2016 squad by Seth McBridge, due to the former being declared ineligible.