Great Britain include 28 medallists from the 2012 London Paralympics in their team for the 2013 World Championships.
Lora Turnham and Corrine Hall lead the medal charge for Great Britain at the UCI Paracycling Road World Cup in Spain.
Marlou van Rhijn follows Alan Oliveira in breaking the 100m record for leg amputees at the IPC Athletics Grand Prix in Berlin.
Budding Paralympic cyclist Tom Staniford has no fat on his face or his limbs as a result of a rare genetic mutation that has finally been diagnosed by sequencing his genome.
Rhiannon Henry hopes to follow British Paralympians Jody Cundy and Sarah Storey in swapping success in the pool for glory on a bike
Great Britain's paratriathletes take a total of 12 medals, including six golds, at the European Championships in Turkey.
Great Britain win eight medals, including five golds, at the European Paracanoe Sprint Championships in Portugal.
GB paratriathletes are targeting a record-breaking European Championships in Turkey.
Great Britain's Sonar crew at the London 2012 Paralympics have failed in an appeal against a points penalty that cost them bronze.
A programme that supports talented British athletes in further or higher education has lost its funding beyond September 2014.
British trio Gordon Reid, Jordanne Whiley and Lucy Shuker will play in the wheelchair doubles events at Wimbledon.
GB goalballer Amy Ottaway says the women's team accept the responsibility of increased funding and aim to medal at Rio 2016.
London 2012 champions Mark Colbourne and David Stone win a gold and a silver apiece at the Para-Cycling Road World Cup.
Britain's Gordon Reid loses to France's Stephane Houdet in the men's wheelchair singles semi-finals at the French Open.
Organisers of the 2014 Winter Olympics and Paralympics reveal the design of the medals which will be awarded in Sochi.
London Marathon winner Tatyana McFadden tells BBC Sport she wants to compete in next year's Winter Paralympics.
Britain's Gordon Reid edges into the semi-finals of the men's wheelchair singles event at the French Open.
Paralympic 100m champion Jonnie Peacock wins on his return from injury at the Great CityGames Manchester.
Paralympic gold medallist Oscar Pistorius will not compete again this year as he awaits trial for murder.
The GB women's wheelchair tennis team win silver in the senior competition at the World Team Cup in Turkey.
British men's wheelchair tennis number one Gordon Reid wins his third tournament of the year in Rome.
Paralympian Mel Nicholls reveals the race in which she broke the 1500m T34 world record was only a training exercise.
More disabled people in Wales are taking part in sport than ever, new figures show, and officials say the challenge is for greater numbers in mainstream sport.
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