The British Paralympic Assocation (BPA) has announced their first official fundraising supporter ahead of Tokyo 2020, teaming up with sports and leisure caterer Levy UK.
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Tokyo 2020 organisers have announced details of the "flame festivals" which will be held alongside the Paralympic Torch Relay.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) believes that coronavirus has so far had "minimal impact" on planning for Tokyo 2020.
Wheelchair basketball will be removed from the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games programme if the sport's worldwide governing body fails to comply with the International Paralympic Committee's (IPC) classification rules.
World Taekwondo has announced that fighters at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games will wear helmets with face shields.
The Tokyo 2020 Torch arrived in Stoke Mandeville in Britain, considered the birthplace of the Paralympic Games.
The second Tokyo 2020 Paralympic ticket lottery for Japanese residents has closed today.
United States' Paralympics Track and Field have announced 54 athletes to their national squad ahead of Tokyo 2020.
Swimwear company Speedo have continued their partnership with the Australian Paralympic Team for a fourth consecutive Paralympics ahead of Tokyo 2020.
South Africa are set to send their largest team to the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo since Beijing in 2008 with over 100 athletes already holding qualification standards.
Paralympics Australia has released the first of a series of videos set to profile athletes and their journeys to the this year's Paralympic Games, named "Ready Set Tokyo".
Iran has announced its policy for this year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo claiming it will focus on sending athletes who have good medal chances rather than sending a very large team.
Rwanda have selected 14 players in a training squad as their women's sitting volleyball side prepares for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Liz Dunn is seeking to make history as the first woman to play for the United States wheelchair rugby team at the Paralympic Games.
Josh Vander Vies, Karolina Wisniewska and Shacarra Orr will be at this year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo in support roles for Canada.