Libby Clegg, from Newcastleton, wins Paralympic gold in the T11 100m.Read the full story ›
Libby Clegg's dad Peter tells ITV Border he had tears in his eyes as the 26-year-old from Newcastleton won Paralympic gold in the T11 100m.
Newcastleton sprinter Libby Clegg has won Paralympic gold in the 100m T11 final.
Clegg, who is visually impaired, won in a time of 11.96.
She was initially disqualified after the semi finals for being pulled along by guide Chris Clarke but the British team successfully appealed.
The final round of the Scottish Rally Championship takes place in stages around Castle Douglas on Saturday, with two local drivers hoping to be crowned champion.
Jock Armstrong from Castle Douglas won the championship in 2015, but he's being chased down by Duns driver Garry Pearson.
Lori Carnochan reports:
Carlisle United are preparing for this Saturday's home clash against Leyton Orient.
The Blues remain unbeaten in the league this season, but come up against a strong Orient side who are level on points with them.
Manager Keith Curle says the first goal could be vital:
It's going to be a difficult encounter. I think they're a team who thrive on confidence. If they get a lead, defend it very well. I think the important thing tomorrow, for us on Saturday, will be taking our chances, I think we can cause them problems, create opportunities, and then if we take them it makes the game a little bit different.
People with disabilities are at a "substantial disadvantage" when booking tickets for sports event, according to a new report.Read the full story ›
Borders wheelchair athlete Samantha Kinghorn will be in Rio Paralympic action today.
The 20-year-old from Gordon takes to the track in the hundred metres heats where she'll be looking to secure a place in tonight's final.
Sir Bradley Wiggins is set to resume the Tour of Britain today after a taxing second day saw him joke he had overdone recent celebrationsRead the full story ›
Thousands of people have turned out to watch the country's most prestigious cycling race in Cumbria.
Youngsters at a primary school in Lazonby enjoyed an active day in honour of the cyclists passing through their village. Not a bad way to spend the first day back at school!
Kim Inglis spent the day time with them: