Local Organising Committees (LOC) for the 2018-2019 World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup season met in Bonn to discuss the new campaign.
Winter Paralympic Sports
Czech company Shop-Hockey.com has been appointed as official supplier of protective equipment by World Para Ice Hockey.
Retail company Canadian Tire has signed on as the title sponsor of the rebranded Para Hockey Cup, it has been announced.
Reigning Paralympic cross-country sprint champion Andy Soule of the United States has announced his retirement from the sport at the age of 38.
A final decision on whether to include Para-bobsleigh in the 2022 Paralympic Winter Games in Beijing has been deferred until September, it was revealed today.
Double world champion Angie Malone has retired from wheelchair curling, bringing an end to a career that saw the Briton win two medals at the Winter Paralympic Games.
US Paralympics have announced that head coach Eileen Carey has been promoted to director of the county's Nordic skiing programme.
The World Curling Federation (WCF) has launched a review of the delivery sticks used in the wheelchair game.
United States gained a 1-0 win over Canada today to triumph at the Women's Para Ice Hockey Cup in Ostrava.
Canada and the United States will contest the second edition of the Women’s Para Ice Hockey Cup in Ostrava tomorrow.
United States and Canada earned victories at the elite division of the Women’s Para Ice Hockey Cup continued in Ostrava.
The second edition of the Women’s Para Ice Hockey Cup is due to begin tomorrow in Ostrava with the United States, Canada and Team Europe set to battle it out for glory.
Robbie Gaupp of the United States has become the first Para skeleton athlete to complete a run from the top of the Olympic track in Lake Placid.
Chinese wheelchair curling team claim IPC Allianz Best Team of the Month award after Pyeongchang 2018 triumph
China's wheelchair curling squad have claimed the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Allianz Best Team of the Month award after they clinched an historic gold medal at Pyeongchang 2018.
Six-time Paralympic champion Mikhalina Lysova has won her court case against German newspaper Bild for defamation after it called her a "Russian doping abuse athlete".