Shingo Kunieda, who collected 50 Grand Slam titles, including 28 in singles competition, exits the game as the world's top-ranked men's player.
Remember the amazing achievements of para athletes at the Tokyo Games? One year on, visitors to Komazawa Olympic Park got to try out para sports themselves.
The one-year anniversary is the time to consider the tangible and intangible assets the Tokyo Games left behind and how they can help society in the...
With his history-making victory at Wimbledon, the world’s top-ranked player has now won an astonishing total of 50 Grand Slam singles and doubles titles.
The Tokyo Paralympics featured a remarkable array of competition and an illuminating reminder of challenges and obstacles people face every day.
“You’ve won a Grand Slam and a Paralympic gold medal in the space of pretty much one week,” said opponent Alfie Hewett to his respected rival....
"Success, for me, has no definitive start or end; it is an everlasting pursuit of that which scares me the most," said Oksana Masters, a Paralympic...
The host nation finished one medal shy of its Paralympic record, which was established at the 2004 Athens Games.
The host nation earned three marathon medals, with Misato Michishita winning the women's T12 race, while Daiki Kajiwara, Sarina Satomi and Yuma Yamazaki collected badminton golds.
Host Japan becomes the first Asian nation to medal in the sport after an impressive run.
The Tokyo native adds to Beijing, London titles to solidify his place as one of Japan's greatest Paralympians.
She is aiming for a medal in all three categories present at the Games: singles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles.