The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) and the International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the promotion and strengthening of the sport for athletes with visual impairments.
Summer Paralympic Sports
Back-to-back Paralympic champion Zahra Nemati of Iran is through to the final of the recurve women's open contest at the Fazza Para Archery World Ranking Tournament, having maintained the dominance she showed in qualifying.
Paralympic champion Alice Tai has partnered with leading swimwear brand Speedo, the company has announced.
Back-to-back Paralympic champion Nemati impresses in Fazza Para Archery World Ranking Tournament qualifying
The Fazza Para Archery World Ranking Tournament is underway in Dubai, with qualification rounds taking place today.
Para-archers are set to compete on the international stage for the first time in 12 months when Dubai plays host to the Fazza Para Archery World Ranking Tournament.
World ParaVolley classifier and team doctor Juraj Stefak has died aged 69 following a battle with cancer.
The Brazilian Wheelchair Basketball Confederation (CBBC) has elected a new Board of Directors and President.
International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Judo has concluded the first round of consultation for a new classification system.
British Wheelchair Basketball has joined forces with four leading organisations in a bid to double participation in the sport through its new Inspire a Generation programme.
World Sailing and Virtus are jointly organising an eSailing challenge on March 6.
Japanese Para-archer Yoshitsugu Naka has died at the age 60, it has been announced.
Ireland’s five-time Paralympic sprinting champion Jason Smyth, who turns 34 this summer, is intent on competing at the Tokyo 2020 Games - and believes he can run faster than ever before.
Diede de Groot of The Netherlands, already a winner at the Australian Open in the women’s wheelchair doubles, has added the singles title thanks to a tight, three-set victory over defending champion Yui Kamiji.
Home pair Dylan Alcott and Heath Davidson have won a fourth successive Australian Open quad doubles title, overcoming Andy Lapthorne and David Wagner via a tiebreak in the final.
One player has been found ineligible by the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) during the first part of the second phase of its classification reassessment process.