Defending men's champions Bosnia and Herzegovina and Paralympic gold medallists Iran both began the Sitting Volleyball World Championships with victory in The Netherlands today.
History repeated itself for Sweden's Stefan Olsson today as he successfully defended his Wimbledon men's wheelchair singles title against the man he defeated in last year's final, Gustavo Fernández of Argentina.
Three home athletes captured gold medals at the Para-triathlon World Cup races held in the Canadian city of Magog, in Quebec.
Top seed Diede de Groot made a successful defence of her Wimbledon women's wheelchair singles title today as she defeated fellow Dutch player Aniek van Koot at the All England Club.
The 2018 Sitting Volleyball World Championships are set to begin tomorrow in The Netherlands, where the winners of the men’s and women’s events will qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Great Britain have named their men’s squad for next month’s World Wheelchair Basketball Championships in Hamburg in Germany.
Magog is set to stage the fifth event of the International Triathlon Union (ITU) Paratriathlon World Cup season.
A day after the fall of the top seed Shingo Kunieda of Japan in the men's wheelchair singles at Wimbledon, the second seed - home player Alfie Hewitt - has made his exit.
The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Football Committee have published figures highlighting the support they have given nations in Europe during the 2017-2018 season.
Top seed Shingo Kunieda was knocked out of the men's wheelchair singles at Wimbledon today after an epic three-setter against last year's runner-up, Gustavo Fernandez of Argentina.
Australian rugby sevens Olympian Evania Pelite has been appointed as an event ambassador for next month's Wheelchair Rugby World Championship in Sydney.
Local Organising Committees (LOC) for the 2018-2019 World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup season met in Bonn to discuss the new campaign.
Tokyo 2020 are expected to finalise their budget for the Paralympic Games imminently but the figure is likely to be reduced considerably as part of an attempt to cut costs, International Paralympic Committee (IPC) President Andrew Parsons has claimed.
Sweden's Stefan Olsson and The Netherlands' Diede de Groot will each seek successful title defences when wheelchair tennis singles competitions begin at Wimbledon tomorrow.
Chile's Francisca Mardones has been named as the Americas Paralympic Committee Athlete of the Month for June after receiving 46 per cent of the public vote.