The IPC Athletics World Championships is an event organized by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC). Athletes with a physical disability compete, and in a few events athletes with an intellectual disability compete. Originally it was organised every four years, but this changed in 2011 and it is now organised biennially.
The first IPC Athletics World Championships was held in Berlin, Germany in 1994.
- F = field athletes
- T = track athletes
- P = pentathlon
- 11-13 – visually impaired, 11 and 12 compete with a sighted guide
- 20 – intellectual disability
- 31-38 – cerebral palsy or other conditions that affect muscle co-ordination and control. Athletes in class 31-34 compete in a seated position; athletes in class 35-38 compete standing.
- 41-46 – amputation, les autre
- 51-58 – wheelchair athletes
- New Athletics World Records Set in Lille, International Paralympic Committee (IPC), 25 July 2002
- III ATHLETICS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - I.P.C 2002 - program & Results (archived, Wayback Machine)
- US Captures 11 Gold Medals in IPC World Championships, The O&P EDGE, October 2002
- 2006 IPC World Championships In Athletics - Selection Criteria, Athletics Canada
- Dr. Detlef Eckert startet bei der Leichtathletik-WM der Behinderten gleich dreimal (German), Berliner Zeitung, July 22, 1994
- Vom Rehabilitationssport zu den Paralympics (German), Sportmuseum Leipzig
- More victories for disabled athletes, Mail & Guardian Online, Aug 17 1998
- More gold for disabled athletes, Mail & Guardian Online, Aug 14 1998
- Alexander Stadium, newman.ac.uk
- Maxxyz Controlled Martin Lighting Package for IPC Athletics World Championships, livetime.nl, November 7, 2006
- IPC Athletics