Bermuda's 70-year-old Steve Wilson has become the first athlete from his country to win an international boccia title after taking the BC4 gold medal at the Regional Open in Buenos Aires.
The Boccia International Sports Federation (BISFed) has confirmed its competition calendar for 2019.
The Boccia International Sport Federation's (BISFed) 2019 General Assembly will be held in the Portuguese city of Povoa, it has been announced, following the end of the Boccia World Cup in November 2019.
Colombian boccia player Euclides Grisales has won the Americas Paralympic Committee Athlete of the Month prize for August.
Greece's boccia star Greg Polychronidis has been named as the International Paralympic Committee's (IPC) Allianz Athlete of the Month for August after winning 42 per cent of the public vote.
All but one category saw changes to the top five ranked players as the Boccia International Sports Federation released their new world rankings following the 2018 World Championships in Liverpool.
Kwan Hang Wong of Hong Kong has been elected as the Boccia International Sports Federation's (BISFed) first athlete representative.
Favourites Thailand were pushed all the way by Japan before securing the BC1/BC2 title at the Boccia World Championships in Liverpool today.
Thailand dominated today’s semi-finals at the Boccia International Sports Federation World Championships in Liverpool as they guaranteed bringing home two medals.
Britain’s newly-installed individual champion David Smith set out in pursuit of a second gold medal today at the Boccia World Championships in Liverpool.
Britain's Paralympic boccia champion David Smith produced a magnificent performance on the home courts of Liverpool today to win a third BC1 world title.
Double Paralympic gold medallist David Smith survived a scare as he needed a tie-break to beat Japan's Takumi Nakamura to reach the semi-finals of the Boccia World Championships in Liverpool.
Top seeds began in dominant fashion on the opening days of the Boccia International Sports Federation (BISFed) World Championships in Liverpool.
Five candidates have been shortlisted to become the Boccia International Sports Federation's (BISFed) athlete representative.
The world's best boccia players have descended on Povoa in Portugal for the Boccia International Sports Federation (BISFed) World Open, starting tomorrow.