Cumbria Police warns skateboarders it's "inappropriate in the town centre" after a crash left a man with serious facial injuries in Kendal.
Hundreds have attended the first day of Derwent Water Regatta. The National Trust hopes it will promote water sports in the Lake District.
Around 7500 runners have braved rain, mud and fire to become a Total Warrior in the Lake District. The weekend's competition is in Shap.
Fresh from her gold medal at the Commonwealth Games, Borders sprinter Libby Clegg will be in action at the European Paralympic Championships in Swansea later today, Wednesday 20 August.
The Newcastleton athlete is taking part in the 100 metres T12 final at 5.35pm.
Carlisle United came away from Cheltenham with a point after a nil-nil draw in the Championship last night.
New striker Jack Marriott was in the starting line-up.
He joined yesterday on a one-month emergency loan from Ipswich Town.
A 10-year-old girl who lost both legs to meningitis is one of the first children in Cumbria to get "blade runner" artificial limbs.
Olivia Story, who's from Carlisle, is now able to keep up with her school friends in the playground and has her sights set on going faster still, as Matthew Taylor found out.
A wheelchair racer from the Scottish Borders has claimed the first Gold for Great Britain at the Swansea IPC European Championships.
Samantha Kinghorn from Gordon in Berwickshire won the 400m, in her first appearance for Great Britain.
A ten-year-old girl from Carlisle has become one of the first children in the UK to get "blade runner" artificial legs.
Olivia Story's dad says she's really looking forward to testing them out with her friends:
A ten-year-old girl who lost both legs to meningitis is one of the first children in the UK to get "blade runner" artificial legs.
Olivia Story from Carlisle is now able to keep up with her school friends thanks to the specially made prosthetic limbs. They are made of titanium and have been made by a company that normally only makes blades for adults.
Carlisle United have been preparing for their League Two match tonight, Tuesday 19 August, against Cheltenham Town.
The Blues have yet to win this season and currently sit third from bottom in the table.
Carlisle's Tom Farrell came 12th in the men's 5000m at the European Athletics Championships in Zurich yesterday, Sunday 17 August.
The 23-year-old ran a time of 14:15.93 seconds. He finished just ten seconds after gold medalist Mo Farah.
The GB team picked also picked up a bronze medal in the race as Andy Vernon finished in third place with a time of 14:09.48 seconds.
After the race he tweeted:
Not what I was hoping for out there today, competing on the big stage is what's important. Proud to be part of this record breaking GB team.
Carlisle United lost their second game of the season at the weekend.
The Blues are yet to gain a point after their defeat on Saturday 16 August against Wycombe Wanderers.
The side were down to ten men towards the end of the second half when Alex Marrow was given a second yellow card. They lost 3 - 1 to a side who have won both their games this season.
United play Cheltenham Town away tomorrow, Tuesday 19 August.
For Carlisle United, week one contained promise and reasonable performance, but it also contained no points and two defeats.
Week Two, in League Two, begins away at Wycombe Wanderers tomorrow, Saturday 16 August.
Neil Billingham reports: