Para-sport & Paralympic News
Uzbekistan dominate Asian-Oceanian Championships
Uzbek judokas won eight of the 12 events on home soil in the capital city of Tashkent, between 26-27 May.
IBSA Judo boosts its social media presence
With the relaunch of its Facebook page, IBSA Judo is hoping to attract more people into the sport.
IBSA General Assembly set for Romania
The event will take place in Cluj Napoca this October.
SP2017: Judokas take centre stage on fourth day
With judokas in every men's and wome's events, Brazil are hoping to perform a clean sweep at the Youth Parapan American Games on Thursday (23 March).
Tenorio reflects on Rio 2016, looks ahead to Tokyo 2020
After winning his sixth successive Paralympic medal on home soil in Rio, Brazil’s judo record-man is already preparing to reach the podium again at Tokyo 2020.
Sao Paulo 2017: goalball and judo preview
Around 900 athletes, aged 12-20 years old, from 20 countries will compete across 12 sports at the fourth Youth Parapan American Games from 20-25 March.
Walsall to host European Judo Championships
The British city will stage the continental event between 3-6 August.
IBSA releases judo world rankings
Ukraine has the most top-ranked judokas with four, followed by South Korea with two.
IBSA releases blind judo education videos
They are aimed at coaches and referees, whilst Heidelberg was selected host city of the 2017 German Judo Open and training camp, from 24-28 February.
Ones to watch for 2017 for judo and table tennis announced
Six judoka and eight table tennis players have been named as athletes to look out for in 2017.