A host of Paralympic and world champions have been named on a 45-strong United States team for the upcoming Para-athletics season.
US Paralympics have announced the 48 athletes selected to compete on this year's national swimming team.
The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) Board of Directors has voted to increase "Operation Gold" awards for Paralympic athletes by as much as 400 per cent.
The Turnstone Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana, has been announced as an official Paralympic training site for United States athletes.
US Paralympics have announced that head coach Eileen Carey has been promoted to director of the county's Nordic skiing programme.
Snowboarder Schultz selected as United States' flagbearer for Opening Ceremony of Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics
Snowboarder Mike Schultz has been selected as the flagbearer to represent the United States’ team at the Opening Ceremony of the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Paralympic Games.
The United States has confirmed a 74-strong team for next month's Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics that contains 41 returning Paralympians who have won a combined total of 29 medals.
US Paralympics have announced Logan University as the high-performance management organisation for Para-powerlifting.
US Paralympics has selected five wheelchair curlers for the Pyeongchang 2018 Games.
US Paralympics has honoured 71 of its high school track and field athletes based on their performances in the 2017 season.
Eleven-time world champion Tatyana McFadden has been named in the United States team for the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships in London.
Los Angeles 2024’s proposed Olympic and Paralympic Village at the city's university had the opportunity to demonstrate its readiness to host world-class Para-athletes by staging the 2017 US Paralympics Track and Field National Championships.
A three-day national wheelchair curling camp for disabled veterans will take place in the United States thanks to US Paralympics funding.
U.S. Paralympics have named their largest-ever delegation for a Paralympic Games with 267 athletes due to represent the country in Rio de Janeiro next month.
The US Paralympics track and field team have new wheelchairs for Rio 2016, created using cutting-edge 3D scanning and printing technology.