Here are the Paralympians to watch on day three of the Games.Read the full story ›
There is a busy day for a Midlands athletes on day two of the Paralympics with lots of gold medal hopes.Read the full story ›
Megan Giglia from Stratford-upon-Avon has smashed her own world record to book her place in the final of the individual pursuit.
The cyclist set a new world record time of 4:03.544, eight seconds ahead of her nearest rival.
She competes in the final tonight at 20:30.
Ollie Hynd from Kirkby-in-Ashfield has made it through to the final of the S8 400m freestlye, qualifying fastest.
The world record holder swam a time of 4:31.90, almost seven seconds faster than than anybody else over both heats.
The final takes place at 21:45 tonight.
Ollie Hynd from Kirkby-in-Ashfield goes for gold today in the S8 400m freestyle event.Read the full story ›
Lee Pearson from Staffordshire led ParalympicsGB into the arena as part of a show with a central theme of "Everybody has a heart".Read the full story ›
On the opening day of the Paralympic Games in Rio, who are the main Midlands athletes to look out for?Read the full story ›
Have a look at five Paralympians from the West Midlands to keep an eye on in Rio.Read the full story ›
Have a look at five Paralympians from the East Midlands to keep an eye on in Rio.Read the full story ›
Pearson has won 12 Paralympic medals including 10 gold since he made his debut at Sydney in Para equestrianism.Read the full story ›