The Austrian Paralympic Committee (ÖPC) have stored uniforms for next year's Games in Tokyo with the armed forces.
Broadcasters across Europe are being encouraged to battle it out for the rights to cover the next two winter and summer Paralympic Games.
Katrin Eger has been appointed youth secretary for the German Disabled Sports Youth (DBSJ) association.
Olympic and Paralympic host country Japan is to consider allowing 20,000 spectators into sporting events.
Rowing Ireland has announced it is seeking a male athlete to attempt to qualify a boat for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Tokyo 2020 Coordination Commission chair John Coates has claimed the Olympic Games will take place next year, with or without COVID-19.
Reigning world para-badminton champion Manasi Joshi is using the prolonged spell of no competitive action to master a new blade.
Kasuhiro Sugita, head of a panel assessing coronavirus countermeasures at the postponed Olympic and Paralympic Games, has said adjustments will be made to ensure athletes and spectators can enjoy Tokyo 2020 safely.
A panel set-up to aid the organisation of next year's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo during the coronavirus pandemic is scheduled to meet for the first time on Friday (September 4).
Los Angeles 2028 unveil digital logo with "ever-changing A" to highlight diversity and individuality
Los Angeles 2028 has unveiled a new logo for the Olympic and Paralympic Games featuring an “ever-changing A”, which organisers say will allow co-creation with members of the public able to design their own version.
Athletes from 10 of the 14 countries qualified for wheelchair basketball competition at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games have called for the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to allow all formerly eligible athletes to compete.
Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) has announced a partnership with the Asia NZ Foundation in preparation for Tokyo 2020.
New Zealand’s Corrie Robinson is hoping to secure qualification to the Para-badminton competition at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games as he adjusts to international competition.
Channel 4 has secured broadcasting rights in the United Kingdom for the 2024 Paralympic Games after being praised for creating "seismic shifts" in attitudes towards people with a disability.
Online training has been launched for those due to volunteer around Tokyo during next year's Olympic and Paralympic Games.