Rwanda have selected 14 players in a training squad as their women's sitting volleyball side prepares for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Summer Paralympic Sports
British Cycling has announced a 23-strong team for the International Cycling Union Para-cycling Track World Championships.
Liz Dunn is seeking to make history as the first woman to play for the United States wheelchair rugby team at the Paralympic Games.
Australia is set to begin a campaign to win a third consecutive Paralympic Games gold medal, when they compete in the 2020 Wheelchair Rugby Quad Nations in Leicester next month.
Tokyo 2020 have confirmed changes to both the Olympic and Paralympic men and women's individual triathlon course.
World Para Powerlifting has launched a Dartfish TV educational channel, as part of its ongoing commitment to support athlete development and officiating proficiency.
Eron Main has announced he is stepping down as chief executive and secretary general of the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF).
Ireland's double Paralympic medallist Orla Barry has announced her retirement from athletics.
Japan's Haruka Wakasugi and China's Mingyuan Yang are among the five nominations for the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Allianz Athlete of the Month for December 2019, following their performances at the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Goalball Asia-Pacific Championships in Chiba.
Germany's multi-sport star Annika Zeyen has become the first Para-athlete to sign the City of Bonn's golden book.
The Boccia International Sports Federation (BISFed) has paid tribute to Germany's national team head coach Edmund Minas, following his death at the age of 67.
International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Goalball have announced that Port Said in Egypt has been chosen to host this year's African Championships - the last qualifying event for the the Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Brazil won six of the 13 gold medals on offer at today's International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Judo American Championships in Montreal.
The first of three qualification events for this year's Paralympic Games is set to take place, at the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Judo American Championships in Montreal tomorrow.
Colombian powerlifter Nohemi Carabali has been handed a four-year ban by the International Paralympic Committee after failing a drugs test for three illegal substances.