The 29-year-old Omara Durand Elias’ unbeaten streak began in 2011.
The 39-year-old is Japan’s first boccia medalist in an individual Paralympic Games event.
Sugiura, who contemplated retiring when she reached the half-century mark last year, built a 20-second lead by the halfway point of the women’s road time trial...
“I am very happy because my main dream came true. I have no words to describe [the feeling]," said Dinesh Priyan Herath Mudiyanselage.
The vision-impaired Karasawa explained: “The fellow runner is the eyes of the athlete and the strategic brain, making his role an important one for how to...
Some of the world’s most successful Para athletes are returning to the spotlight at the Tokyo Games.
But will the global athletics supremo’s comments give the Japanese capital a big boost in the next few years?
With 58 medals, including 27 gold, at the Tokyo Games, Japan’s Olympians collected 17 more medals than the nation’s previous record. The host nation received medals...
The 36-year-old pulled away from the pack at the 30-km mark and never looked back.
Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra became the second-ever gold medalist for the country in an individual event.
The Norwegian completes the final in 45.94 seconds a month after topping Kevin Young’s record set at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics.
Mai Murakami earns a bronze medal in the women’s floor exercise final.