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Six athletes will kick-off Australia’s 2019 World Para-Athletics Championships campaign in Dubai on Thursday – Day 1 of competition.Wheelchair class (T53 and T54) sprinters Angie Ballard, Luke Bailey, Sam Carter, and Eliza Ault-Connell have their 100m heats.
Montpellier, France; July 4, 2023 - Only four days remains before Australia’s most elite para athletes seize the global stage for the first time since 2021, when taking on the World Para Athletics Championships at Stade Charléty in Paris from July 8-19.
Paris, France; July 10, 2023 - Day Two of the 2023 World Para Athletics Championships witnessed Jaryd Clifford (VIC) find the silver lining in being unable to defend his 2019 world title, proving that character matters when adding to Australia’s medal tally with an inspirational run.
Paris, France; July 14, 2023 -  Three-time Paralympian Rosemary Little has won her first global medal in 10 years and Australia’s fifth at the 2023 World Para Athletics Championships when securing a brilliant bronze on Day Six of competition in Paris.
France; July 9, 2023 -Reigning world champion Corey Anderson and Paralympic bronze medalist Maria Strong will kick off Australia’s campaign at the World Para Athletics Championships beginning at Charlety Stadium in Paris today, while five-time Paralympic champion Evan O’Hanlon looks to ink another chapter in his decorated career.
Paris, France; 17 July 2023 -   A trio of Australian stars saved their best for last on the final day of the 2023 World Para Athletics Championships, as debutants Reece Langdon and Angus Hincksman raced to the Paris podium, followed by a shiny silver for Tokyo Paralympian Rhiannon Clarke to lift the nation to 14 medals. 
More than 70 of the world’s finest para-athletics marathon racers will be in action at the 2016 Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday 24 April as the IPC Athletics Marathon World Cup returns to the streets of the British capital. Four reigning marathon world champions plus five previous World Cup...
Thanks to Athletics Australia Forty-five of Australia’s best para-athletes are set to realise their Paralympic dream as they prepare for competition in Rio over the next eleven days. Twenty athletes will making their Paralympic debut, with at least one representative from across seven states and territories. Entering his fifth and final Paralympic...
The Athletics Australia Chief Executive Officer, Phil Jones, has made the following comments as he broadly welcomed the announcement made yesterday that the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) remains committed to Australia’s Winning Edge (AWE) strategy. “There are many strong elements to AWE, with perhaps the key being that, within broad...
Melbourne, Australia; June 2, 2023 -  The return of the World Para Athletics Championships is set to welcome 39 of Australia’s premier track and field contenders back to the world stage in 2023, with Paris to set the backdrop for history from July 8-17.