The sport dubbed Murderball, formally known as wheelchair rugby, is winning an ever-growing legion of fans as it breaks all …
A look at some of the most arresting and inspiring images from the London 2012 Paralympics
How an archery tournament for disabled World War II veterans in the British town of Stoke Mandeville grew into the second-largest sporting event on earth
Despite his surprising defeat in the 200 m on Sunday, Oscar Pistorius remains an icon for disabled athletes who hope to compete in the Olympic Games. And a surprising number of them already have
From fireworks and flying performers to a welcome from professor Stephen Hawking, the London Paralympic Games started off with a bang exploring the theme of Enlightenment. Here, TIME presents the best moments from the opening ceremonies.
For the first time in 12 years, the intellectually impaired will be allowed to compete at the Paralympics. But thanks to the brazen cheating scandal that halted their participation, the athletes will have to work harder to prove …
Coming on the heels of the hugely popular London Olympics, the Paralympics starting this week in Britain are shaping up to be the most successful ever
Oscar Pistorius is an athlete with the musculature of a man born to run. And the fact that he was a double-amputee before his first birthday has never slowed him down.
The world’s greatest Paralympians are competing in Beijing, and inspiring us all in the process