Three-time Paralympian James Bevis lay down an early marker for Tokyo 2020 with R9 World Cup gold in Croatia – setting a finals world record along the way.
A 16-strong Great Britain team will head to Slovenia to compete in this week's European Championships - where almost 300 of Europe’s best para table tennis players from 31 countries will descend on the iconic Tri lilije sports venue.
Andy Houghton opened the account for the Great Britain para rowing team at the World Championships, coming second in his PR1 single scull heat to qualify for the semi-final.
As career-defining moments go, Will Bayley’s gold medal in Rio was certainly different.
The British Paralympic Association has welcomed the announcement of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and the Agitos Foundation’s global fundraising campaign to support humanitarian efforts in Mexico following a devastating earthquake.
With medals won in all four events, memories of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games will last a lifetime for the Great Britain para rowing team, yet they’ll be looking to make even more at the World Championships in Florida this week.
Unbeaten since 2010, there’s no denying the confidence of the GB mixed coxed four ahead of the World Championships – but James Fox insists they’re taking nothing for granted after a bumpy road to Sarasota.
Great Britain women’s European Goalball Championships campaign came to an end with a sixth-place finish in Finland – but it’s a run the team can look back on with great pride after impressing on the continental stage.
Great Britain women will aim for a top five finish at the IBSA Goalball European Championships after narrowly falling short in their quarter-final match in Pajulahti, Finland.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has postponed the forthcoming World Para Swimming and World Para Powerlifting Championships in Mexico City following Tuesday’s earthquake in the country.
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