Sport England's disability funds have now opened to applications with a total of £8 million to be provided to help more disabled people play more sport.
Helen Grant, a former junior judo champion, has replaced Hugh Robertson as Sports Minister as part of Prime Minister David Cameron's cabinet reshuffle.
British Paralympic Association (BPA) Chief Executive Tim Hollingsworth says that inspiring communities to participate in disability sport is one of the big priorities of the organisation moving forward.
Paralympic sitting volleyball star Martine Wright has been appointed to join the County Sports Partnership Network (CSP Network) Board, where she will serve as an independent member.
London has been awarded the 2016 Track Cycling World Championships with the prestigious event set to be staged at the iconic velodrome on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford.
Sprint star Christine Ohuruogu, the reigning women's 400 metre world champion, has launched the first ever Compact Athletics Facility which is designed to allow track and field equipment to be built in places where space is limited.
The curtain has fallen on the Sainsbury's 2013 School Games finals in Sheffield with the multi-sport event for the UK's elite young athletes proving a huge success.
Disabled people across the country are set to be given more opportunities to get involved in sport thanks to an £8 million injection of National Lottery funding from Sport England.
The Sainsbury's 2013 School Games finals have begun in Sheffield with the multi-sport event for some of the UK's elite young athletes set to take place from September 12-15.
Three projects funded by Sport England were among the winners of the Prime Minister's 2013 Big Society Awards as recognition for their contribution to their local community through sport.