Cameron Leslie, already set to represent New Zealand in wheelchair rugby at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, confirmed a logistical dilemma for himself at those Games by qualifying to compete in the swimming, in which he has three Paralympic titles.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has suspended its zero classification policy and will allow athletes in ten sports to be graded in the host city before Tokyo 2020.
A care facility for people with mental disabilities in Sagamihara, where one of Japan's worst massacres took place, is expected to host a Paralympic Flame lighting event.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) says 62 per cent of places at Tokyo 2020 have been awarded so far, but admits it may need to make further changes to qualification criteria if competitions are cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Athletes from 60 countries, including 15 world champions, have converged on Tunis for the latest World Para Athletics Grand Prix which is due to start tomorrow and run until March 20.
Jamaica's Theador Subba is looking to compete in both judo and javelin at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics following a successful 2019.
The International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) Wheelchair Fencing has announced the qualification window for this year's re-arranged Paralympic Games in Tokyo has now closed due to the ongoing uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
World Rowing has pushed back the Final Paralympic Qualification Regatta for Tokyo 2020 by a month in a bid to ensure the event can take place.
Artists from Ireland and Japan have come together to produce a commemorative piece of music which celebrates Paralympics Ireland's team for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Lewis left to carry Bermuda banner at Tokyo Paralympics as pandemic ruins boccia trio’s qualifying chances
Wheelchair sprinter Jessica Lewis has been left as Bermuda’s sole competitor at the Paralympic Games due to start in Tokyo on August 24.
The Australian men's wheelchair basketball team is stepping up its preparations for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics with a training camp starting on Thursday (January 28).
Brazilian Paralympic swimming legend Daniel Dias has announced that he will retire after the postponed Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Austria's three-time Paralympic medallist Walter Ablinger has admitted he is considering retirement after the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Indian badminton player Manasi Joshi has spoken about the ups and downs of the year having further promoted the Paralympic Movement in the absence of the Tokyo 2020 Games.
Around 21 per cent of tickets for the postponed Tokyo 2020 Paralympics have been refunded, with the window now being closed for further repayments.