Former Paralympic swimmer Roy Perkins has criticised deaf-blind athlete Rebecca Meyers after she pulled out of Tokyo 2020 over not being able to have her choice of carer come to the Games, calling Meyers' claims "nonsense".
The Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) has launched a new campaign featuring some of the nation's top athletes as it looks to create conversation about disability before the Tokyo 2020 and Beijing 2022 Paralympics.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has asked for entities interested in taking over the governance of Para athletics, Para swimming or both sports in their territories to come forward.
Rebecca Meyers, a deaf and blind swimmer, has withdrawn from the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games after she says the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) refused to allow her mother to accompany her as Personal Care Assistant (PCA).
Ellie Simmonds and Stephanie Millward are set to make their fourth Paralympic appearances as part of the team that will represent Britain in the pool at the delayed Tokyo 2020 Games.
Britain’s Paralympic champion swimmer Alice Tai has made the "devastating" decision to withdraw from Tokyo 2020 because of a persistent elbow injury.
US Paralympics Swimming has announced a team of 34 athletes for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, comprising of 10 men and 24 women.
Australia’s 32-strong team of Para-swimmers to compete at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics contains 15 debutants and some of the finest Paralympic swimmers in history.
The concluding day of the final World Para Swimming World Series event of the season in Berlin produced two more world records in the pool at the Schwimm- und Sprunghalle in the Europasportpark.
Karolina Pelendritou of Cyprus produced a sensational performance on day three of the World Para Swimming World Series leg in Berlin as she set three world records.
China’s Zheng Tao, home swimmer Josia Topf and Israel's Mark Malyar provided the World Para Swimming World Series event in Berlin with further world records on day two of competition.
The World Para Swimming World Series event in Berlin got off to an impressive start tonight with world records at the start and finish thanks to Israel’s Ami Omer Dadaon and Chantalle Zijderveld of The Netherlands.
A total of 340 athletes from nearly 50 countries are set to compete in the World Para Swimming World Series event in Berlin, which is due to begin tomorrow.
Italy enjoyed a golden night on the last evening of finals at the European Open Para Swimming Championships at Madeira, Portugal.
The dates for the 2022 World Para Swimming Championships in Portugal have been confirmed - and are June 12 to 18 next year.