Great Britain won four gold medals on the final day of the International Cycling Union Para-Cycling Track World Championships in Milton.
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Japanese star Shingo Kunieda equalled Esther Vergeer's record for Grand Slam wheelchair titles with victory over Gordon Reid of Britain in the men's singles final at the Australian Open in Melbourne.
Dame Sarah Storey made it 60 World Championship medals as she won three golds in a single day at the International Cycling Union Para-Cycling Track World Championships in Milton.
The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Football Committee has launched an open consultation to the blind community to discuss potential rule changes in the sport.
Dylan Alcott won his first sixth straight Australian Open in the quad wheelchair singles with a 6-0, 6-4 victory over Britain’s Andy Lapthorne in the final in his home city of Melbourne.
Both number one seeds were defeated in the men's and women's wheelchair doubles finals as British and Japanese players enjoyed success in Melbourne.
World records fell in the 200 metres time trial competition as the International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-Cycling Track World Championships continued in Milton.
Japan will be represented in both the men's and women's singles finals at the Australian Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships after today's last four clashes.
IWBF publishes Japanese translations of rules and interpretations as Tokyo 2020 preparations continue
The International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) has announced the Japanese translation of three official technical documents as the world governing body continues its preparations for this year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Scoring machine Zak Madell and five-time Paralympian Patrice Simard are among the 12 players selected to represent hosts Canada at the upcoming International Wheelchair Rugby Federation Paralympic Qualification Tournament in Richmond.
Canada’s Kate O’Brien broke the women’s C4 500 metres world record to earn gold on the opening day of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-Cycling Track World Championships in Milton.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-Cycling Track World Championships are set to begin in Milton tomorrow.
The defending champions in the men's and women's singles were both knocked out at the first hurdle as the Australian Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships began today.
Dylan Alcott will bid to retain his status as the king of Melbourne Park when the Australian Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships begin tomorrow.
The Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) and CBC/Radio-Canada will offer live coverage of the country's home Para Cycling Track World Championships, which begin this week.