Meet multi-world cup medallists Dimitri Coutya and Piers Gilliver who have been selected to represent ParalympicsGB in wheelchair fencing at Rio 2016, with Chef de Mission Penny Briscoe MBE announcing the team at Tate Britain in London.
Meet the nine rowers selected to compete for ParalympicsGB in Rio, including several World Championship medallists.
Meet the ten wheelchair tennis players, including 2015 US Open champion Jordanne Whiley and 2016 Australian Open champion Gordon Reid, selected to ParalympicsGB today from New Palace Yard under Big Ben in the Houses of Parliament.
Thirteen's our lucky number today as we announce the first wave of track and field athletes who will compete for ParalympicsGB in Rio.
The ParalympicsGB team set their sights firmly on Rio today. Meet the 10 archers who will compete this summer in the iconic Sambodromo.
Meet the 12 wheelchair basketball players who will compete in the men’s tournament for ParalympicsGB at Rio 2016.
The final ITU World Paratriathlon Event in France this weekend offers the very last opportunity to boost Paralympic rankings and secure slots for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
It was a record breaking evening for the British Athletics team in Grosseto who won three golds and six medals in total to improve the previous highest number of medal won at an IPC Athletics European Championships, recorded in Swansea two years ago, to 56 medals overall.
The British Paralympic Association (BPA) today announced the 11 riders and four pilots who will compete for medals at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
A superb 11 medals were won on the penultimate evening session of the IPC Athletics European Championships with six British athletes winning European titles. This exceeded the record number of gold medals won by the British team in Swansea 2014, taking the gold medal tally up to 20 and the overall number of medals to 49.
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