The Boccia International Sports Federation (BISFed) has announced a rule change which will require competition balls to come from an approved supplier.
Japanese Para-long jumper Sayaka Murakami believes the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics represent a "window of opportunity" to create a positive legacy for disabled people in Japan.
Reigning world champion Sarina Satomi has admitted she would be "spending most of my life at home" had she not fallen in love with Para-badminton.
Two-time Paralympic medallist Marjolein Buis has announced her retirement from wheelchair tennis after 10 years as a professional.
The English Football Association (FA) has launched a review into the culture of its Para-football teams after players raised "concerns".
International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) Europe has been forced to postpone another of its major events because of the coronavirus pandemic.
World Para Athletics has confirmed new dates for the European Championships as its calendar for 2021 was unveiled.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has announced the cancellation of the NEC Wheelchair Masters and UNIQLO Doubles Masters due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Paralympic legend Brian McKeever is planning to race two more seasons before ending his glittering Nordic skiing career at Beijing 2022.
International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Goalball has invited countries to apply to host its major events due to be held between 2022 and 2025.
British Rowing has hit back at Paralympic champion Rachel Morris’ claims the sport had become a "eating disorder factory" due to the amount of athletes trying to meet weight categories for races.
Great Britain's world champion Terry Bywater has been added to the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation's (IWBF) Athlete Steering Committee.
This year's European Para Dance Sport Championships in Genoa have been cancelled, organisers have confirmed.
The Organising Committee of the Santiago 2023 Parapan American Games has underlined its commitment to staging a successful event during its second Coordination Commission meeting with stakeholders.
Britain's quad wheelchair tennis player Andy Lapthorne has decided to play in no more tournaments this season to focus on his mental health.