She only arrived back from Rio yesterday and already she's got an eye on the next Paralympics.
Dame Sarah Storey will take a little break before deciding whether to compete in the Tokyo Paralympics in four years time.That would be her eighth games.
Dame Sarah, who's from Stockport, won three more gold medals in Rio, that's 14 in all across both cycling and swimming.
She joined our sports correspondent Mike Hall in the studio earlier and said sharing her success with three-year-old daughter Louisa has been extra special.
The nation's most successful female Paralympian of all time Dame Sarah Storey has returned to the UK to a heroes welcome.
The cyclist from Stockport who won three gold medals in Rio - bringing her career total to 14 golds in seven games - spoke about her time in Brazil and how she couldn't wait to be reunited with her daughter.
She's Great Britain's most successful Paralympian of the modern era and she's not finished yet. Dame Sarah Storey is about to embark on her seventh Paralympics and she hasn't ruled out an eighth. She's going for gold medal number 12 in Rio this week. Dame Sarah, from Stockport, won four golds in London four years ago. And she says matching that achievement is not out of the question.
The homecoming parade to celebrate the success of Team GB's Olympic and Paralympic athletes will take place in Manchester.
The Prime Minister Theresa May said it will be a celebration "fit for heroes."
So far, Team GB has secured 24 gold medals at the Games in Rio - bringing the medal haul to 58 in what has been a highly successful campaign.
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North West MP Andy Burnham has commended the government's decision to hold an Olympic and Paralympic homecoming parade in Manchester.
The Leigh MP said holding the parade in the north would make it a "truly national event."
Manchester archer John Stubbs is targeting a medal at the Rio Paralympics.
John took up the sport after losing a leg when he was knocked off his motorbike in a near fatal accident.
But that is just part of his amazing story, which he's been telling to David Chisnall:
British Para-Swimming is opening a new centre at the Manchester Aquatics Centre.
It includes a training camp for top swimmers including Ellie Simmonds and Josef Craig.
Athletes say it will be a world leading performance centre.
A teenager who dreams of winning a Paralympic gold medal for swimming has been given a new prosthetic legs at a hospital in Preston.
17 year old Lyndon Longhorne lost both legs and an arm when he contracted meningitis as a baby.
Paul Crone reports.
Danielle Bradshaw was tipped to become top Paralympic athlete, but was left paralysed by a mystery collapse. Now, she is back in training for Rio 2016.
Only two years ago, Danielle Bradshaw made headlines when she begged doctors to amputate her right leg - which she couldn't use - so she could be fitted with a prosthetic limb and start training.
We'll be catching up with Danielle today. Clare Fallon spoke to her last August: