The World Para Swimming World Series is set to return next month with Berlin to stage the second and final leg of the 2020 season.
Brazilian Paralympic swimming referee Alexandre Garrafa has been appointed as the sport's technical delegate for the 2023 Parapan American Games in Santiago.
The biography of Italian Para-swimmer and surgeon Marco Dolfin has been released today, detailing his journey to becoming a Paralympic athlete.
Multiple world champion Simone Barlaam broke three Para-swimming world records during a national event in Rome.
The Netherlands' team for the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships have this month received the Royal Dutch Swimming Federation (KNZB) Performance Prize for 2019.
This year's World Para Swimming European Open Championships in Madeira have been rescheduled to 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Venezuelan Para-swimmer Genesis Leal has taken a break from her preparations for the postponed Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games to treat COVID-19 patients in her home nation.
Traffic police are reportedly set to investigate a complaint by Russian Paralympian Oksana Savchenko after she was insulted during a dispute in Ufa.
World Para Swimming athletes group meets governing body as part of preparing classification document
World Para Swimming's athletes' advisory group met virtually with the governing body's classification advisory group to ask a number of questions.
Brazilian Para-swimmer Patricia Pereira dos Santos has been banned for 12 months by the International Paralympic Committee and stripped of her 2019 Parapan American Games medals after failing a drugs test.
Para swimmer Paola Mosquera has spoken of her work as a doctor during the coronavirus pandemic in Colombia.
Para-swimming world champions Alice Tai and Simone Barlaam shared their lockdown experiences on an Instagram Live.
World Para Swimming has decided to put its 2020 season on hold until September due to the constantly changing landscape and the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The World Para Swimming World Series leg in Lignano has been cancelled amid rising fears about coronavirus in Italy.
Great Britain’s Suzanna Hext has confirmed she is hoping to compete in swimming at this year’s Paralympic Games in Tokyo, rather than her other sport of equestrian.