Here are the Paralympians to watch from the Midlands on day seven of the games.Read the full story ›
Here are the Paralympians from the Midlands competing on day six in Rio.Read the full story ›
There were three swimming golds in a row, with Sascha Kindred and Ellie Simmonds made a splash with new world records.Read the full story ›
Ellie Simmonds and Sascha Kindred are big medal hopes in the SM6 200m individual medley event.Read the full story ›
Jon-Allan Butterworth has become the first British serviceman or woman injured in Iraq or Afghanistan to win Paralympic gold.Read the full story ›
Birmingham's Jon Allan Butterworth teamed up with Jody Cundy and Louis Rolfe to beat China and win Britain's 19th gold medal.
Jon-Allan Butterworth, Jody Cundy and Louis Rolfe were seen celebrating with their gold medals after winning the Mixed C1-5 750m Team Sprint Final during the fourth day of the Paralympics at Rio.
15 year old Kare Adenegan won silver in the T34 100 metres.
The Coventry Godiva athlete finished with a personal best of 18.29 seconds.
Bromsgrove rower Lauren Rowles has won gold in the double sculls with partner Laurence Whiteley.
The pair led from the start to win Britain's 17th gold of the Games.
Nottingham's Richard Whitehead defends his T42 Paralympic title. The world record holder completed 40 marathons in 40 days in 2013.
In cycling, Jon-Allan Butterworth from Birmingham competes in the team sprint final.
Rebecca Redfern from Droitwich will go in the SB13 100m Breaststroke.
After finishing fifth in the 100m final, Mickey Bushell from Telford will try his luck in the 400m.
The youngest man on the British paralympic swimming team, 16-year-old Lewis White from Derby has won bronze in the S9 400m freestyle.
Lewis, from Swadlincote, took the medal last night in Rio's