World Para Powerlifting has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with sport media outlet BarBend, with the organisation now becoming a media provider for the governing body.
The fourth leg of the World Para Powerlifting Online World Cup has got underway as athletes continue to compete from home or their local gym due to the coronavirus pandemic.
American powerlifter Ashley Dyce claimed she will be "more prepared" for the Paralympic Games in Tokyo following its postponement to 2021.
World Para Powerlifting has praised the impact of its technical official hub after its launch in April.
Overall leader Vera Muratova extended her lead at the top of the women's rankings by winning the third leg of World Para Powerlifting's Online World Cup Series.
World Para Powerlifting is building on its virtual competitions by launching a fantasy game for fans to coincide with the third leg of its Online World Cup.
Powerlifter Johannes Hernandez has been banned for 15 months by the International Paralympic Committee after he failed a drugs test at the 2019 Parapan American Games in Lima.
Iran has identified Mansour Pourmirzaei as the country's best hope to fill the void replaced by late powerlifting icon Siamand Rahman.
Mexico's triple Paralympic champion Amalia Perez and Jordan's Abdelkareem Khattab both claimed victory at the second edition of World Para Powerlifting's Online World Cup Series.
World Para Powerlifting has signed-up All Included Fashion as an approved supplier of lifting suits and apparel until 2024.
A giant bust of the late two-time Paralympic powerlifting champion Siamand Rahman has been unveiled in his hometown of Oshnavieh in Iran.
Russia’s Vera Muratova and Colombia’s Fabio Torres triumphed in the first Para Powerlifting Online World Cup.
World Para Powerlifting has announced the signing of BIGSER as a new approved equipment supplier.
World Para Powerlifting has announced the launch of an Online World Cup series aimed at keeping athletes active and motivated during the coronavirus pandemic.
Iran is set to form its first national women's Para powerlifting team once sport has returned to normal after the coronavirus pandemic.