ParalympicsGB have confirmed their core sports science and sports medicine team for Tokyo 2020 - with a key role for Dr Tom Paulson, the English Institute of Sport’s head of Paralympic performance support.
Para-athlete Victoria Aggar, the chair of the British Athletes' Commission and a double world rowing champion, has been given an honorary degree by her former university Leeds Beckett.
Penny Briscoe has once again been named as ParalympicsGB's Chef de Mission for Tokyo 2020.
Double world champion Angie Malone has retired from wheelchair curling, bringing an end to a career that saw the Briton win two medals at the Winter Paralympic Games.
ParalympicsGB have held an official team launch as they build towards Pyeongchang 2018.
Kelly Gallagher, who became the first British athlete to win a gold medal on snow in either Olympic or Paralympic competition when she won the women's super-G title at the Sochi 2014 Paralympics, has been confirmed in the British team for Pyeongchang 2018.
World champions Knight and Wild among nine British ski and snowboard athletes for Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics
World downhill skiing champion Millie Knight and guide Brett Wild are among the first nine athletes added to Great Britain’s team for the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Paralympic Games.
The British Paralympic Association (BPA) has announced an extension of its partnership with Mondelēz International, home of popular brands such as Cadbury, belVita and Trebor.
New research has shown Olympic and Paralympic sport is worth £19billion ($25 billion/€21.5 billion) to the United Kingdom economy.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has voiced concerns over UK Sport's alleged medals-before-welfare policy.
Great Britain has named a nine-strong team for next month's World Archery Para Championships in Beijing, which includes all three gold medallists from the Rio 2016 Paralympics.
An "independent fact-finding investigation" has been launched by British Swimming into multiple claims of bullying reportedly made by Paralympic squad members.
Penny Briscoe has been named as ParalympicsGB’s Chef de Mission for Pyeongchang 2018.
Children in England will be able to receive sports prostheses on the National Health Service (NHS) in an attempt to encourage young people to get active and give them the chance to become Paralympians.
Celebratory events marking the achievements of British Olympians and Paralympians at Rio 2016 will be held in Manchester and London on October 17 and 18 respectively, it has been announced.