As the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games draw to a close, we look at Team GB’s medals and the Games’ lasting legacy.
Today (19 August), international organisations unite for a decade-long campaign to transform the lives of disabled people around the world.
As Team GB prepare to represent at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, Paralympian Will Bayley talks about the importance of the Games.
UK broadcaster Channel 4 continues their longstanding commitment to Paralympic sport, securing rights to air the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games.
The organisers behind the Tokyo Paralympic Games have announced that the rescheduled Games may require specific COVID-19 measures to keep athletes safe.
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Ranked as the world’s number one Paralympic table tennis player, Will Bayley MBE speaks to Lorne Gillies about swapping his tennis stroke for the cha-cha-cha during this year’s Strictly Come Dancing.
A Westminster-based charity has raised £59,000 to support female Paralympic hopefuls get to the Tokyo 2020 Games.
With just under a year to go before the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, and just over a year until the Paralympics, we’re getting excited, and are sure you are too.
Dedicated to championing people struggling with disability, GB Paralympian Stef Reid has had her prosthetic created in Nepal at The Leprosy Mission’s Anandaban Hospital to “walk in the shoes” of amputees living in Nepal.