WADA President Sir Craig Reedie: Expanding funding for clean sport
The World Anti-Doing Agency’s Sir Craig Reedie believes broadcasters and sponsors should consider funding clean sport.
Rio 2016 Paralympics: The unmissable Games
Today Monday 7 March marks six months to go until the Opening Ceremony of the Rio 2016 Paralympics, a Games that is vital for the continued growth of the Paralympic Movement.
Jan Willem Buijs: Inclusive tennis-fest in Rotterdam
The ABN AMRO World Wheelchair Tennis Tournament mixes inclusion and competition, writes Buijs
Chuck Aoki: Wheelchair is part of my identity
The wheelchair rugby player shares why he is conflicted when being told that people ‘forget he uses a wheelchair.’
IPC President: “Paralympic Games are greatest showcase on earth"
To mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, IPC President blogs about why he thinks the Paralympic Games are the world’s number one sporting event for driving social inclusion.
Sir Philip’s @Paralympic Team Yearns to Play Hoops with the @POTUS
“It’s surprising the impact [the Paralympics] really has on you… It’s an untapped fuel for humanity that we really need to start using.” - Bode Miller, U.S. Olympic Skier
Elizabeth Broad: Cool tips for Doha 2015
With the IPC Athletics World Championships kicking off this week in Doha, Qatar, here are some hydration strategies.
Colin Lynch reflects on ‘hour record’ attempt
The Irish para-cyclist dedicated much to break the track cycling world record, only for a punctured tyre to destroy his chance.
Elizabeth Broad: Nutrition tips for travelling, part II
With under a year to go until Rio 2016, athletes will travel a lot more. Here are some common issues they may encounter.
Chuck Aoki: Having a disability still viewed negatively
But watching para-athletes compete really does change those views, writes the US wheelchair rugby.