Paralympic gold medallist Hannah Cockroft will be appointed Deputy Lieutenant at a ceremony in Bramham later.
The athlete from Halifax won three golds in Rio also set a new world record in the women's 400 metre final.
The ceremony at Bowcliffe Hall, near Wetherby will also see eleven people presented with the British Empire Medal.
Cox set world records in both cycling and running - and is the first Brit to win gold medals in two sports at the same Paralympics.Read the full story ›
The Paralympian from near Lincoln, has took silver in the Equestrian Dressage Individual Freestyle - Grade IV.Read the full story ›
The Leeds' Paralympian has now won three medals on the track and one in velodrome asshe won silver as part of the 4x100m relay team.Read the full story ›
The city of Leeds swimmer won silver in the 100m breaststroke.Read the full story ›
The Halifax Paralympian is now a four-time gold medalist after she won her second medal in Rio in the 400m T34.Read the full story ›
The Leeds rider finished third in the bronze medal in the Road Cycling T1-2 Time Trial.Read the full story ›
The Hull pilot has won his second gold medal of the Paralympics alongside Steve Bate's in the tandem road time-trial.Read the full story ›
A host of athletes have added their names to the list of attendees set to take part in the ‘Rio Heroes’ homecoming parade in LeedsRead the full story ›