The University of Rehabilitation inaugurated in East China

Construction on the University of Rehabilitation, a higher education institution designed for cultivating rehabilitation talent, formally began on June 11th with an inauguration ceremony in Qingdao, east China’s Shandong Province. The proposal of construction on the institution was raised by … Read More ➝

Lima 2019: Diego Quispe thankful to Para sports

Peruvian powerlifter Diego Quispe knows the Parapan American Games will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for him to compete at a major international Para sport competition on home soil in Lima. But beyond his sporting performance, the 20-year-old is excited by … Read More ➝

New lengths for Low in Nottwil

The Swiss rain failed to dampen Australian Vanessa Low’s ambitions as she registered a massive world lead of 5.26m in the women’s long jump T61 on Saturday at the Nottwil Grand Prix. Low, who leapt a world record of 5.05m … Read More ➝

IOC releases Evaluation Commission 2026 report

One month ahead of the host city election, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has released the report by the Evaluation Commission for 2026 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games which featured IPC Governing Board member Muffy Davis. The report provides a … Read More ➝

Romanchuk and Lakatos re-write record books

Top wheelchair racers Daniel Romanchuk and Brent Lakatos re-wrote the record books at the Nottwil Grand Prix on Sunday, rounding off the Swiss meeting in spectacular style. USA’s Romanchuk knocked more than 0.5 seconds off his previous world record in … Read More ➝

Ukraine close Poznan World Cup strong

Serhii Yemelianov continued his reign as the undisputed king of the men’s KL3 and New Zealand’s Scott Martlew broke through for his first major international gold on the final day of the Para Canoe World Cup in Poznan, Poland, on … Read More ➝