The groups for this year's International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Football World Grand Prix in Japan have been announced.
Japan's Yui Kamiji warmed up perfectly for her bid to win a second women's singles title at the Australian Open by winning the Melbourne Wheelchair Tennis Open.
Lauren Parker and Nic Beveridge took gold in the PTWC categories of the Para-Triathlon Oceania Championships held at Newcastle in Australia.
Key qualification points are at stake for this year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo at the Para-Triathlon Oceania Championships tomorrow in Newcastle in Australia.
Paralympics to remain on free-to-air television in UK after addition to list of "crown jewel" sporting events
The Summer and Winter Paralympic Games will remain on free-to-air television in the United Kingdom after the Government added it to the list of protected sporting events.
Two British wheelchair tennis players are looking forward to finals at the Melbourne Wheelchair Tennis Open.
Australian Genevieve Duff has been appointed by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) as the acting director of a new department focussing on athlete classification.
Britain's Paralympic Games gold medallist Paul Blake has announced his retirement from athletics at the age of 30.
Defending women's champion Naomi Osaka was beaten in the third round of the Australian Open today by 15-year-old United States prodigy Coco Gauff, while 38-year-old legend Serena Williams also exited the tournament.
Former Australian Open wheelchair tennis doubles champion receives two-year ban for whereabouts failures
South African wheelchair tennis player Lucas Sithole has received a two-year ban for failing three times in a 12-month period to file whereabouts information.
B2 and B3 players will now be able to compete alongside B1 athletes in International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) women's football five-a-side competition.
A sports foundation named after the founder of the Paralympic Movement is offering grants to athletes with spinal cord injuries to help them further their careers.
France and Great Britain claimed two gold medals each, as slalom competition took place on the last day of the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Kranjska Gora in Slovenia.
One of the greatest Paralympians of them all, Esther Vergeer from The Netherlands, has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
China claimed a 1-2 in the women's sitting class, as the third giant slalom races were held at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Kranjska Gora today.