Blackpool's Shelly Woods has finally won a Paralympic medal after finishing in second in the Women's T54 Marathon to take home Silver.
North West athlete Sarah Storey will go for her fourth gold medal at this year's Paralympic Games in the women's individual C4-5 road race.
Sarah Storey won her third of a possible four London 2012 Paralympic gold medals with a dominant victory in the women's C5 time-trial.
Eleven-time Paralympic Champion Sarah Storey from Disley in Chesire talks to ITV about her experiences of the Paralympic Games 2012, and why she's already preparing for the next one in 4 years time.
The 26-year-old finished 4th in Beijing four years ago and has missed out on a medal in 3 events so far at London 2012. Today though she finished 2nd in the T54 Marathon race to win a Silver medal.
ParalympicsGB's Men's 4x100m swim team made up of Manchester's Jonathan Fox, Preston's Jack Bridge and Tom Young from Lancaster have won their heat to qualify for tonight's final.
Competitors from the North West have so far won 25 Paralympic Medals, including 8 Golds and 11 Silvers.
An iconic red post box in Macclesfield will be painted gold to celebrate cyclist Sarah Storey's fourth gold medal win in the Road Women’s C5 Road Race.
Sarah already has gold post boxes in Disley, Poynton and Eccles. She has requested that one be painted in Macclesfield. Four commemorative stamps have also been produced.
Britain's Sarah Storey clinched the 11th Paralympic title of her career today after winning the women's C4-5 road race at Brands Hatch.
Storey joins Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson as Britain's most successful female Paralympian.
It was Storey's 4th gold medal of these Games.
The Royal Mail are celebratating Sarah Storey’s third Paralympics gold medal win in the Cycling: Road Women’s C5 Time Trial by painting a post box gold in Eccles, as requested by Sarah.
Individual first class stamps, featuring Sarah’s image are also being produced.
Sarah Storey from Disley in Cheshire has won her third Paralympic Gold medal of London 2012 in the C5 Time Trial. It means a first-place finish in tomorrow's Road Race will see Sarah become the most successful GB Paralympian ever.