London Wheelchair Rugby Club Storm has won the BT Wheelchair Rugby National Championships at the Copper Box Arena in London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
The British Paralympic Association are hosting a series of free events giving disabled people the opportunity to get involved and try a variation of different Paralympic sports.
This mass participation initiative has been launched by the London 2012 legacy project 'Get Set.' The aim is to encourage 5-19 year olds to work together in teams to take on the challenge of Running, walking, skipping, hopping or travelling any…
At the London Paralympics 2012, 50% of Channel 4's on-screen team were disabled. For Rio 2016, Channel 4 has planned another revolution – this time behind the camera.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC)'s decision to drop sailing from Tokyo 2020 has led to dispute with the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) as well as many discontented Britons. Sir Philip Craven, President of the IPC, claimed that…
11-time Paralympic Champion, Dame Sarah Storey is set to attempt her next sporting challenge ... the UCI Hour Cycling Record. On the 28th February 2015, as part of round 5 of the Revolution Series at Lee Valley VeloPark, London, Sarah is aiming to break…
Paralympic ski medallist Jade Etherington and her partner Caroline Powell announce their retirement from competitive sport
Paralympic sitting volleyball star and 7/7 survivor Martine Wright gave an inspiring message at a special KPMG team-building event stage at the 02 Arena in London.
Sport England has today provided a further boost to disability sport by awarding £2.1 million of National Lottery funding to help increase the number of disabled people playing sport.
Prince Harry has hailed the success of his Invictus Games following the conclusion of the Paralympic-style competition at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.