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PETALING JAYA: The SEA Games are over and the country’s contingent fell short – but para athletics chief coach R. Jeganathan is optimistic his charges will not let the people down at the 2020 Philippines Asean Para Games.
(Reuters) - Former European team sprint champion Jess Varnish has won the right to appeal after an employment tribunal ruled against her in January in her case against British Cycling and UK Sport.
PETALING JAYA: National para archer S. Suresh (pic) has long forgotten his status as the reigning World Champion. His thought are now on the 2020 Philippines Para SEA Games from Jan 18-25.
ATHENS (Reuters) - On his fifth attempt, Iraqi refugee Wisam Sami finally succeeded in reaching Greece with thousands of others fleeing war in his homeland. Now he is setting his sights on the Paralympics.
TOKOROZAWA, Japan (Reuters) - Ryusei Ouchi takes a deep breath as he uses his cane to feel out the edge of the three-metre-high ramp, shuffles to the edge and then drops in.
Newly elected Paralympic Council of Malaysia (PCM) president Datuk Seri Megat D. Shariman Zaharudin wants to see a bigger representation of athletes at the Tokyo Paralympics compared to the previous edition in Brazil in 2016.
KUALA LUMPUR: From a state long jumper to an Olympian, para athlete Jonathan Wong Kar Gee has only his coach Ringo Yee Kok Wai to thank for.
TOKYO (Reuters) - There have been more than three million requests for Tokyo 2020 Paralympics tickets via the first lottery phase, three times the demand seen a year out from the London 2012 event which went on to post record sales, Paralympics chief Andrew Parsons has said.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Paralympics boss Andrew Parsons expressed disgust on Tuesday that Russian authorities had let down the country's clean athletes, after the World Anti-Doping Agency banned Russia for four years from major events, including the Tokyo Olympic Games.