A senior doctor at the Japan Medical Association (JMA) has criticised the scheduling of next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo and warned heatstroke will be the "biggest risk" during the event.
A number of Asian nations have been inspired to increase the amount of women participating in Para-sports, following a workshop held in Tokyo.
Canadian wheelchair basketballer Erica Gavel has her sights on the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games after helping her team claim women's gold at last month's Parapan American Games in Lima.
The list of 41 Para-athletes who will comprise "Team Citi" at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games has been announced.
The Indian Government's Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports (MYAS) has derecognised the Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) on the grounds of misgovernance.
Wheelchair tennis superstar Shingo Kunieda features in the fourth visual of a new Tokyo 2020 campaign highlighting outstanding Paralympic athletes and iconic landmarks and symbols in Japan's capital.
Proposals to ensure the safety of athletes at the Olympic and Paralympic Games after high levels of E.coli bacteria were found at a venue for Tokyo 2020 have reportedly been put forward by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
The Nippon Budokan sports hall will host the Tokyo 2020 karate test event tomorrow, following the conclusion of the fifth leg of the Karate 1-Premier League in the Japanese capital.
New Zealand and South Korea are set for a head-to-head battle for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic berth at the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) Asia-Oceania Championships.
Tokyo 2020 has come under fire for not preparing ticket purchasing instructions in braille for visually impaired spectators.
A campaign entitled "Make the Beat!" has been launched by Tokyo 2020 at Meiji University in the Japanese capital.
The 2019 International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) Asia-Oceania Championship is set to begin tomorrow in Gangneung.
Indian athletes' preparations for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games have been thrown into uncertainty, with some of the country's National Sports Federations (NSFs) looking to distance themselves from Para-sports.
The Queensland Government has donated AUD$320,000 (£179,000/$215,000/€197,000) towards Australia's preparations for next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
A total of 23 countries have secured quota places at next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo, following the conclusion of the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Paracanoe World Championships in Hungary.