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.
Carlisle's Tom Farrell has told ITV Border what went on during the flight home from Rio.
The 5,000 metre runner was part of the special British Airways Olympic plane, which landed into Heathrow on Tuesday.
Olympic athlete Tom Farrell has been given a warm welcome home at his parents' nursery in Carlisle.
The 5,000 metre runner has only been back for one day, but when our reporter Katie Hunter asked the children what they enjoyed most about Rio, the answer was clear:
As the 2016 Olympics end and athletes fly home, we take a look back at the journey of our Olympians from the Border region to Rio.Read the full story ›
Carlisle Olympian, Nick Miller, has missed out on qualifying for the final of the hammer throw in Rio.
Miller had two fouls on his first two attempts, before throwing 70.83-metres on his final throw.
The top qualifying throw was 77.64-metres by Poland's Nowicki Wojciech.
Carlisle athlete, Tom Farrell, finished 20th out of 26 in his 5000-metre heat in Rio this afternoon.
The Border Harrier said he wasn't happy with his performance and needs to reassess with his coach, but the race had been a valuable experience.
Olympic swimmer, Dan Wallace from Duns, is preparing to return to Scotland after winning a silver medal in the men's freestyle relay.
The swimmer helped Team GB win their first medal in the event since 1984.
They came second to team USA, which included Olympic legend Michael Phelps.
It definitely gives me some self confidence and really motivates me to keep going and keep pursuing my dreams. To have this medal, it just means the world to me so I'm definitely excited about the future."
Dan Wallace is through to the 200m individual medley final at the Rio Olympics.
He'll be facing Michael Phelps, who will be in pursuit of his 22nd Olympic gold.
Wallace, who grew up in Duns, is the fifth fastest qualifier with 1min 57.97second qualifying time.