Fourteen-time Paralympic champion Daniel Dias secured gold today in the 50 metres breaststroke World Para Swimming World Series-leg in the Lignano Sabbiadoro.
Italy's Francesco Bocciardo was among the winners on the opening day of the World Para Swimming World Series-leg in the Lignano Sabbiadoro.
Battella doubling as medal contender and Organising Committee head at World Para Swimming World Series
Double world champion Francesco Battella is doubling as competing athlete and head of the Organising Committee for the World Para Swimming World Series-leg starting tomorrow in the Italian city of Lignano Sabbiadoro.
Tickets have been placed on sale for this year's Dublin 2018 World Para Swimming European Championship.
Argentinian swimmer Daniela Gimenez has been named as the Americas Paralympic Committee Athlete of the Month for April.
Former Irish international footballer Niall Quinn has been appointed as an ambassador for this year's World Para Swimming European Championships, which will take place in Dublin.
Argentina’s Daniela Giménez and home favourite Daniel Dias added more gold medals to their collection as the World Para Swimming World Series event in São Paulo came to a close today at the Brazilian Paralympic Training Centre.
Home favourite Dias steals the show on day two of World Para Swimming World Series event in São Paulo
Brazil’s most decorated Paralympian Daniel Dias begun his 2018 season in excellent fashion by grabbing two gold medals at the World Para Swimming World Series event in São Paulo today.
Hosts Brazil won 19 of the 24 medals on offer as the latest World Para Swimming World Series event got underway in São Paulo today.
Home favourite Camille Rodrigues is confident of taking the competition by storm as the World Para Swimming World Series resumes in São Paulo in Brazil over the coming three days.
The United States won another eight medals, including five gold, on the final day of the World Para Swimming World Series in Indianapolis.
United States athletes secured eight medals, including five gold, on the second day of the World Para Swimming World Series at the Indiana University Natatorium in Indianapolis.
Hosts United States claimed 10 medals, including six golds, on the opening day of the 2018 World Para Swimming World Series in Indianapolis.
An estimated total of 200 top athletes will be involved in competition at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis from tomorrow as the second event in this year’s World Para Swimming World Series continues.
Swimming Canada has announced the appointment of Australian Wayne Lomas to head its Paralympic programme.