World Para Powerlifting and Kit Us Out will continue their partnership for a sixth year ©World Para Powerlifting

World Para Powerlifting has announced an extension of its partnership with Kit Us Out, which will continue to donate lifting suits to athletes ahead of the Paralympic Games in Tokyo.

Kit Us Out, a charity organisation from Britain, has worked with the federation since 2015 and has donated equipment from 30 countries at events such as the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games and the 2019 World Para Powerlifting Championships in Kazakhstani capital Nur-Sultan.

"Since the creation of Kit Us Out, our goal has always been to level the playing field in Para sport," said Alex Mitchell, founder of Kit Us Out.

"Through providing athletes from developing nations uniforms, we’re enabling them to represent their country and perform at their very best.”

The partnership will go through to Tokyo 2020, which Jorge Moreno, head of World Para Powerlifting, said makes him "extremely proud" to continue their relationship.

“Kit Us Out’s activities align exactly with our vision of enabling Para athletes to showcase their abilities and fulfil their full potential at all levels, and we are excited to continue to make a direct impact on their lives," Moreno added.