Paralympic gold and silver medallists Zhou Jiamin and Hanreuchai Netsiri are the headline names at the Asian Para Archery Championships, which get underway in Bangkok tomorrow.
International Paralympic Committee President Andrew Parsons expects Tokyo 2020 to offer the "best and most exciting" Paralympics after 390,000 Japanese residents applied for tickets.
An international labour union has requested a joint inspection of Tokyo 2020 construction sites as part of an investigation into worker safety and the use of migrant workers at venues for the Olympic Games.
A special festival zone will be constructed at Ariake Urban Sports Park when skateboarding makes its debut at the Olympic Games here in Tokyo next July.
The development of the Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre on the outskirts of Tokyo can have a key role in the sport's development in Japan, according to venue manager Kazufumi Kuwabara.
The Yogogi National Stadium has been highly acclaimed as an Olympic legacy with just nine months to go until the Olympic Games begin here in Tokyo.
Tokyo 2020 organisers maintain they are on schedule with construction works for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, despite several venues still needing to be completed here.
The chairman of Japan Para-Sports Association Mitsunori Torihana said anticipation for next year's Paralympic Games is increasing substantially as the World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge (WWRC) began here today.
Six key security guidelines are being adapted for Tokyo 2020 as security chiefs work to ensure those competing and watching the Olympics do so in a safe environment.
A barrier-free Tokyo will make it the best Olympic and Paralympic Games ever, according to Bureau of Tokyo 2020 Games Preparation deputy director general Katsura Enyo.
Sports Bureau for Tokyo 2020 executive director representative Masao Hijikata confirmed there had been "minor damage" to Olympic venues in the wake of typhoon Hagibis as the competition details for Tokyo 2020 were unveiled here.
Parapan American Games multi-medallists Nicholas Bennett and Olivia Meier have been named among 13 Para athletes who will receive CAD $10,000 (£6,140/$7,500/€6,800) funding through Petro-Canada's Fuelling Athlete and Coaching Excellence (FACE) programme.
Athletes at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games will be able to use a fleet of up to 20 automated zero-emission vehicles, specially adapted and supplied by Toyota.
Argentina's Stefania Ferrando earned a surprise victory in the BC3 category at the Boccia America Regional Championships in São Paulo.
Iran overcame hosts Thailand in a closely fought match to reach the final of the Blind Football Asian Championships and qualify for next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo.