Joe Delagrave determined to prove worth

After not making the US wheelchair rugby team for the Rio 2016 Paralympics, Joe Delagrave is back and ready to prove his value at August’s World Championships in Sydney, Australia. The co-captain has worked tirelessly since missing out on the USA’s silver medal win … Read More ➝

Karlygash Tynabekova reigns as freestyle queen

Karlygash Tynabekova shone as Cleopatra at the 2018 Polish Open © • Jacek Reda   Kazakhstan’s first Para dance sport world champion Karlygash Tynabekova proved she is not a one-hit wonder after a dazzling performance in June’s Polish Open. The 30-year-old made history for … Read More ➝

Madrid 2018: Sweet sixteen for Costa Rica

As Costa Rica prepare to play their final FIFA World Cup match of Russia 2018 against Switzerland, their blind football team has been making history. Teenager Angel Flores Guardado has entered the record books as the youngest player to compete at an … Read More ➝

Dubai to host first snowboard World Cup

Competitions for 2018/2019 season revealed World Para Snowboard has announced the official competition calendar for the 2018/2019 season. There will be six World Cups – two more than last season – as well as the 2019 World Championships. The season-opener … Read More ➝

Paralympics New Zealand CEO recognised

Fiona Allan named in Queen’s Birthday Honours Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) Chief Executive and leader of the Paralympic Movement in New Zealand, Fiona Allan, has been named an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM) in recognition for … Read More ➝

Tokyo 2020: Penny Briscoe to lead Great Britain

Third Games as Chef de Mission for ParalympicsGB The British Paralympic Association (BPA) has announced the appointment of Penny Briscoe OBE as Chef de Mission for Tokyo 2020. Briscoe carried out the role when ParalympicsGB achieved an historic 147 medals … Read More ➝