Tokyo 2020 to exceed Rio 2016 participation as 162 delegations compete

Samsung Paralympic Vloggers to bring unique athlete and fan experiences from Tokyo 2020

Tokyo 2020 Announces Concepts of Paralympic Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies

Paralympic organizers foreshadow “very difficult situation” as Tokyo sees record high COVID-19 cases

86 cases of the virus linked to the Paralympic Games have been recorded four days before the opening ceremony – more than the number of Olympic-related cases at this point in time.

Tokyo 2020 Paralympics set to break all broadcast viewing records

Peace, victory at the heart of ASICS origami-themed kit for Refugee Paralympic Team at Tokyo 2020

International Paralympic Committee, UN Human Rights Office and other global organizations launch ‘WeThe15’ disability rights campaign

The movement released a video Thursday which will be broadcast in over 60 countries during the Paralympic Games – including at the opening ceremony in Tokyo.

FEI celebrates launch of the WeThe15 campaign

WeThe15: A global human rights movement for the 1.2 billion persons with disabilities

Refugee Paralympic Team swimmer Abbas Karimi to be the only Afghan at Tokyo 2020

A Cuban refugee and former U.S. Paralympic swimmer will be the chef de mission for the team, which will open the parade of delegations on Aug. 24.

IPC–led partnership secures a record breaking 49 territories for free-to-air African broadcast coverage of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games

World Taekwondo hosts Joint Paralympic Workshop for coaches and international technical officials

Paralympic torch relay en route to Tokyo after 43 prefectures of Japan hold ‘flame festivals’

The Paralympic torch relay will now pass through Chiba, Saitama and Shizuoka prefectures between August 17th-19th. It reaches Tokyo on the 20th, four days before the Games begin.

Joint Statement by the IPC, the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, and the Government of Japan

IPC President encouraged by safe delivery of Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

U.S. wheelchair javelin world record-holder Justin Phongsavanh: “We definitely want to be recognized as athletes, before inspiration”

Phongsavanh, who was paralyzed from the waist down after being shot in a parking lot in 2015, talks about the upcoming Tokyo Paralympics, his difficult road to recovery and his broader thoughts on the state of adaptive sports.

USOPC announces 240-member 2020 U.S. Paralympic Team

Tokyo 2020 Concludes Anti-Doping Agreement for the Paralympic Games

IPC announce measures on athlete protests for Tokyo 2020

IPC, WHO sign MoU to cooperate in the promotion of diversity and equity in health and sports

Press Release: Asian Paralympic Committee President visits Central Asia

FITEQ sends message of hope and solidarity to teqball family ahead of Tokyo 2020

IPC calls for expressions of interest to become the governing bodies of Para athletics and Para swimming

IOC, IPC and Airbnb launch ‘Tokyo Together’ event series

Hosted on Airbnb’s ‘Olympian and Paralympian Experiences’ platform, ‘Tokyo Together’ will feature discussions with over 200 sportspeople from 50+ sports and 30+ countries.

IOC, IPC and Airbnb unveil Tokyo Together - an exclusive chance to interact with Olympians and Paralympians

IPC launches Doping Control Guide for Testing Athletes in Para Sport

Oksana Masters Sets Sights on Tokyo - And Greater Female Athlete Representation

The eight-time Paralympic medalist in rowing, cross-country skiing and biathlon wants to add cycling to the list.