The Grimsby Paralympian threw 41.68m in the women's F45/46 javelin final to set the record and then broke it again with a throw of 43.01m.Read the full story ›
Yorkshire rowers Laurence Whiteley and Grace Clough added two more to Paralympics GB's haul today.
Whiteley, who's from Northallerton, won gold in the mixed double sculls with his partner Lauren Rowles. The pair led from the start and and held off a strong challenge from China.
And then Sheffield's Grace Clough rounded off a memorable day for British rowing when the mixed cox four, of Clough, James Fox, Daniel Brown and Pamela Relph, won gold with a dominant performance.
Leeds' Kadeena Cox has claimed a bronze medal in the Women's 100m T37 at the Paralympic Games in Rio.
The achievements of Yorkshire Olympic and Paralympic athletes in Rio will be celebrated as part of a Yorkshire homecoming parade in Leeds.Read the full story ›
Halifax paralympian Hannah Cockroft led a British sweep of medals in the women's T34 800 metres final at the IPC World Championships in Doha.
Hannah claimed her second gold of the meet ahead of team-mates Mel Nicholls and 14-year-old Kare Adenegan on a profitable day in Qatar for Great Britain.
She won gold in the T34 100m on the opening day and will now set her sights on a hat-trick of titles when she goes in the 400m on Saturday.
We are the ones to beat now heading into Rio which is very exciting.The pressure is always there as I am always one of the ones to watch..... Sometimes that can get to your head but I think I proved today that I can deal with it. I had to play the race to my strengths - I was pretty confident with going with 200m left.
Lincolnshire's record breaking Paralympian Jade Etherington has retired from competitive skiing to focus on her teaching career.
The 23 year old from Bourne has decided to quit following discussions with her sighted guide, Caroline Powell.
Jade made history as the first British woman to claim a Paralympic skiing medal. Together the pair won three silvers and one bronze at this year's Winter Games in Russia.
More good news for the British team as Lincoln's Jade Etherington won bronze, her second medal of the Games, at the Winter Paralympics in the super-G.
David Cameron was among a host of names congratulating Britain's Jade Etherington, after the the British skier won the women's visually impaired downhill:
Proud of Jade Etherington, who won silver in the women's visually impaired downhill in Sochi. #GoParalympicsGB.
A host of others took to the social network to tweet their thanks. Eventually, Etherington herself tweeted, though her celebrations were understated:
We've won a Downhill medal!!!!!!! It's Silver :))))
Jade Etherington and her guide Caroline Powell crowned their first season racing together by winning Great Britain's first Paralympic medal on snow in 20 years in Sochi.
Etherington, who celebrates her 23rd birthday on Sunday, is visually impaired and communicates with Powell down the course via radio.
The pair became the first British women ever to win a Paralympic skiing medal, despite the short time they've been racing together.
It was only last April that they first got to know each other, August they first skied competitively together and January this year they first competed as a pair in a downhill.