The British Paralympic Association (BPA) has announced 10 athletes have been awarded bursaries from Hogan Lovells to support their bids to compete at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
The British Paralympic Association (BPA) has signed a new partnership with global bank Citi.
More than 200 experts have attended a two-day UK Paralympic Performance Conference to discuss preparations for athletes at future Games, including Tokyo 2020.
The British Olympic Association (BOA) and the British Paralympic Association (BPA) will re-locate to a new purpose-built office space in the shadow of London’s iconic BT Tower in May 2019, it was announced today.
Former BP sports partnerships director Mike Sharrock has been appointed as the replacement for Tim Hollingsworth as chief executive of the British Paralympic Association (BPA), it was announced today.
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Next Wednesday (November 7) is the British Paralympic Association’s (BPA) annual general meeting. Among other things the members will elect two new Board members who will help take the organisation forward for the rest of the Tokyo Games cycle and beyond.
Tim Hollingsworth, the chief executive of the British Paralympic Association (BPA), is to leave to take up the same role at Sport England.
Verity Naylor has been named as the new director of operations for the British Paralympic Association (BPA), as the organisation continues its preparations for Tokyo 2020 and Beijing 2022.
Keio University and venues in Kawasaki and Yokohama will serve as the preparation camp for British athletes competing at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, it has been announced.
The British Paralympic Association (BPA) have announced that former Paralympic swimmer Clare Cunningham has joined the organisation as athlete services manager.
The father of T38 long jump world champion Olivia Breen has claimed there needs to be an independent body in charge of classification selections for British Para-athletes and has vowed to bring about change to that effect.
Six athletes and a coach have been selected to be part of the British Paralympic Association’s (BPA) Paralympic Inspiration Programme (PIP) here at Pyeongchang 2018.
Virgin Media has become the latest gold-tier partner of the British Paralympic Association (BPA) after they signed a deal with the national governing body.
Paralympic gold medallists Grace Clough and Lora Fachie are among five new representatives elected to the British Paralympic Association (BPA) Athletes' Commission, it has been announced.
Paralympic sport has provided me with so many wonderful opportunities and I have witnessed first-hand its truly inspirational power on countless people during my career.