World Para Powerlifting has announced that its online webinar series reached nearly 500 people in 88 countries.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has banned powerlifter Anton Kriukov for another 18 months after he violated the terms of a previous doping suspension.
Russia’s Vera Muratova was crowned champion of the inaugural World Para Powerlifting Online World Cup Finals.
Paralympic silver medallist Rehab Ahmed was announced as the final participant of the World Para Powerlifting Online World Cup Finals.
British charity Kit Us Out, a longstanding partner of World Para Powerlifting, has launched a fundraising campaign to help equip Para-athletes during the coronavirus pandemic.
Three-time Paralympic powerlifting champion Amalia Perez has continued to show her impressive form in the fifth and final Online World Cup Series event of the season, ensuring her place in the Online World Cup Finals in the women's category.
Three-time Paralympic champion Amalia Perez was among the 73 athletes who took part in a virtual Para powerlifting competition organised by the National Paralympic Committee (NPC) of Colombia.
Kyoto in Japan hosted the first event sanctioned by World Para Powerlifting since the COVID-19 pandemic caused the global shutdown of sport.
The International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) and World Para Powerlifting have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that is expected to strengthen their relationship.
Powerlifter Eri Yamamoto has revealed her aim to represent Japan at next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
World Para Powerlifting is presenting a series of expert-led webinars which will cover issues ranging from how an athlete grips the bar to socio-cultural power dynamics in Paralympic sport.
Vera Muratova strengthened her position at the top of the overall standings with victory in the latest leg of World Para Powerlifting’s Online World Cup series.
To mark one year to go until the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, World Para Powerlifting is holding a special edition of its Online World Cup series.
A Venezuelan Paralympian who competed at Rio 2016 aged 62 and was considered a pioneer for para powerlifting in her country has died.
World Para Powerlifting has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with sport media outlet BarBend, with the organisation now becoming a media provider for the governing body.