More than 200 experts have attended a two-day UK Paralympic Performance Conference to discuss preparations for athletes at future Games, including Tokyo 2020.
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Iran has chosen Hadi Rezaei as its Chef de Mission for next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo, it has been announced.
Australia’s athletes have been handed an AUD$12 million (£6.6 million/$8.6 million/€7.5 million) funding boost by the Federal Government ahead of next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
More than 200,000 people have applied to be volunteers at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, it has been revealed today.
Organisers of the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo hope the event can make Japan a more inclusive and accessible place, it has been claimed.
Iran have been set a target of finishing among the top 10 countries at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Tokyo 2020 have confirmed they have received more than 180,000 applications to be volunteers for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Coca-Cola Japan has been announced as a Paralympic gold partner for Tokyo 2020 and will assist with the successful delivery of the Games.
Tokyo 2020 and key politicians have vowed to increase accessibility and excitement for the Paralympic Games in the build-up to the event.
Panasonic was used as a visual and audio-visual solution supplier at a World Para Powerlifting event for the first time at the Kitakyushu 2018 Asia-Oceania Open Championships, to help promote Para-sports in Japan.
Tokyo 2020 have announced the Shimizu Corporation as an official sponsor of the Olympic an Paralympic Games, taking the total number of domestic partners to 55.
Tokyo 2020 have unveiled the competition schedule for the Paralympic Games in the Japanese capital.
The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) have announced the 32 teams who will compete in their Tokyo 2020 Paralympics qualifier in Fort Wayne.
IBSA Blind Football World Grand Prix in Tokyo confirmed next year to help build interest for Paralympic Games
The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) has confirmed that a second Blind Football World Grand Prix will take place in Japan after the success of this year’s competition.