The International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) has confirmed Lake Placid as the host of the 2019 Para-Bobsleigh World Championships.
A final decision on whether to include Para-bobsleigh in the 2022 Paralympic Winter Games in Beijing has been deferred until September, it was revealed today.
Robbie Gaupp of the United States has become the first Para skeleton athlete to complete a run from the top of the Olympic track in Lake Placid.
Arturs Klots successfully defended his International Bobsleigh & Skeleton Federation Para-Sport World Championships in Lillehammer.
Arturs Klots is halfway towards a successful title defence at the International Bobsleigh & Skeleton Federation Para-Sport World Championships in Lillehammer.
Athletes from 12 nations are due to participate at the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation Para-Sport World Championships starting in Lillehammer tomorrow.
Great Britain's Corie Mapp wrapped up the Para-Bobsleigh World Cup overall title after finishing runner-up to Latvia's Arturs Klots in the final race of the season in St Moritz today.
Switzerland's Christopher Stewart secured victory as Britain's Corie Mapp moved a step closer to wrapping up the overall title at the Para-Bobsleigh World Cup in St Moritz.
St Moritz is set to stage the final event of the Para-Bobsleigh World Cup season, with a two-day competition.
Mapp heading in right direction in race for overall Para-Bobsleigh World Cup title with second Oberhof win
Britain's Corie Mapp extended his lead at the summit of the Para-Bobsleigh World Cup standings as he secured his second successive victory in Oberhof.
Britain's Corie Mapp increased his advantage at the top of the Para Bobsleigh World Cup leaderboard by winning the first of two races in Oberhof today.
Britain's Corie Mapp will defend the overall lead at the penultimate leg of the Para Bobsleigh World Cup season in Oberhof.
Latvia's Alvils Brants secured the Para-Bobsleigh European Championships title with a comfortable victory over British rival Corie Mapp in Innsbruck.
Britain's Corie Mapp won his second race in a row on the Para Bobsleigh World Cup circuit to take over the overall lead in Innsbruck.
The Para-Bobsleigh World Cup season will continue from tomorrow with two races in Austrian city Innsbruck.