Britain's Sam Ingram takes just 20 seconds in the final to retain his Visually Impaired European Championship judo title.
Paralympic champion Dame Sarah Storey returns to competition with a win in the Paracycling International Cup in Newport.
Neil Fachie and Sophie Thornhill win gold medals on day one of the Paracycling International Cup in Newport.
Ten sports stars are in contention for the 60th BBC Sports Personality of the Year award on Sunday 15 December.
Who will the public choose to follow Sir Bradley Wiggins as winner of the 60th BBC Sports Personality of the Year award?
With 100 days to go to the start of the Winter Paralympics, the GB team is being inspired by the success of London 2012.
Cyclist Dame Sarah Storey returns to action this weekend after giving birth to daughter Louisa earlier this year.
Sir Philip Craven secures a fourth term as the International Paralympic Committee president ahead of Alan Dickson.
Paralympic 1500m runner Dean Miller suffers a stress fracture of the sacrum, ruling him out for a minimum of three months.
Birmingham will host the finale of an expanded Paralympic athletics Grand Prix series in 2014.
Reigning Paralympic and six-times world champion Naomi Riches MBE announces her retirement from rowing.
GB wheelchair curling coach Tony Zummack says the squad's good start to the new season is encouraging.
British double Paralympic swimming champion Heather Frederiksen retires at the age of 27 after a six-year elite career.
Jordanne Whiley becomes the first British woman to win a Doubles Masters event as Gordon Reid wins a fourth title in a row.
London 2012 Paralympic archery medallist Mel Clarke calls Britain's best ever performance at a world championships phenomenal.
Jordanne Whiley loses 6-2 6-0 to defending champion Jiske Griffioen in the semi-finals of the Singles Masters in California.
Britain's top Paralympic archer Danielle Brown is ruled out of future Para-Archery events after a classification change.
British wheelchair tennis players Gordon Reid and Andy Lapthorne fail to advance at the end of season Singles Masters.
Features & Analysis
British Paralympic medallist Jody Cundy says track para-cycling has gone from "one extreme to the other" since London 2012
Life-threatening surgery and a lifetime of adversity have not stopped Paralympic champion David Smith scrapping his way to the top
Wheelchair racer Samantha Kinghorn, 17, dreams of a gold medal at a home Commonwealth Games in 2014
In London in 2012 disabled people were suddenly in the spotlight during the Paralympics. But a year on, have they gone back to being invisible?
US Paralympic swimmer Mallory Weggemann - paralysed from the waist down - wants to walk again.