Pushing through fears and diving past the impossible
Although physically limited, three young people are determined to prove to themselves and society that they are more than their disability.
From sprinting to gold to without a licence on the road for ex-para athlete
Mohd Raduan Emeari finds it difficult to move around as he does not possess a driving licence.
Tokyo bids colourful farewell to ‘historic, fantastic’ Paralympics
It was a Games like no other, postponed a year because of the pandemic and dogged by difficulties and low public support in the build-up.
Malaysia takes gold in first Paralympic badminton men’s singles
Six-time world champion Cheah Liek Hou beat Indonesia's Anrimusthi Dheva 21-17, 21-15.
Behind Malaysia’s Paralympic success
Sports analyst Dr Pekan Ramli says Malaysia's management of its Paralympic athletes is one of the best in Asia.
Powerlifting champion clinches first gold for Malaysia at Tokyo Paralympics
Sarawakian Bonnie Bunyau Gustin also broke the Paralympics record of 227kg by lifting 228kg on his third attempt.
Visually impaired man hit by self-driving bus in Paralympic Village
Several local media outlets named the injured pedestrian as Japanese judo athlete Aramitsu Kitazono.
Japan expands virus emergency after Paralympics open
The planned move will mean 33 of Japan's 47 regions are under heightened anti-infection rules.
Tokyo Paralympics open after year’s virus delay
The pared-down ceremony took place in front of around 800 VIPs and officials.