Two-sport Paralympic athlete Liam Hickey is set to focus on preparations for Beijing 2022 rather than Tokyo 2020 in a bid to avoid burnout.
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Retired Canadian Para ice hockey star Kevin Rempel is set to host a series of live discussions in a bid to equip athletes with the "tools and strategies" to thrive during the coronavirus crisis.
The parents of Canadian Para-ice hockey star Greg Westlake have pledged to donate a record CAN$1 million (£578,000/$778,00/€640,000) to the Paralympic Foundation of Canada.
Nicolas Badaracco, goaltender for Argentina's national ice hockey team, is aiming to grow Para ice hockey in the city of Ushuaia.
Latvia’s Para ice hockey players will be able use a new ice rink in Riga next year as the country bids to field a team at Milan Cortina 2026.
Ostrava to host 2021 World Para Ice Hockey Championships A-Pool with Beijing 2022 places up for grabs
The World Para Ice Hockey Championships A-Pool will return to Ostrava, Czech Republic next year with eight teams battling it out to qualify for the 2022 Winter Paralympic Games.
Latvia's Para ice hockey team plan to return to training next month following an enforced break caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
World Para Ice Hockey has said competitions, development of the sport and strengthening its operations are the organisation's three strategic priorities under a new two-year plan for the sport.
The Winter Classic in the Czech Republic is set to include Para-ice hockey for the first time later this year, with the Czech and Slovakian national teams due to play on the final day of the event.
This year's World Para Ice Hockey European Championships in Östersund in Sweden have been cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Östersund will play host to the 2020 World Para Ice Hockey European Championships, it has been announced.
A target of dramatically increasing the number of Para-ice hockey players in Australia with the aim of qualifying for the 2022 Paralympic Games in Beijing has been set following the signing of a new agreement.
The United States earned a sixth consecutive Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup title in Newfoundland with a tight 2-1 victory over hosts Canada.
Hosts Canada and the United States are set to contest the Para Hockey Cup final after coming through their last-four matches in Newfoundland today.
The United States scored goals in each period to down hosts Canada 4-1 and clinch first place in the preliminary round standings at the Para Hockey Cup in Newfoundland.