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Northumberland athlete Stephen Miller has been in competition, just days after winning a silver medal at the European Championships in Wales.
Stephen took part in the annual Gateshead Harriers Tartan Games.
Earlier this week, Stephen set out to defend his IPC European title in Swansea. Despite producing a throw of more than 30m, Stephen was beaten to the top spot by a Russian athlete.
Even so, Stephen says he is very happy with his silver, coming less than two years after major surgery.
Stephen told us what the success in Swansea means to him:
A disability sport organisation started by Paralympian Stephen Miller is to receive more than £165 from Sport England’s Inclusive Sport fund.
SMILE (Stephen Miller Inspiring Learning and Enjoyment) Through Sport is one of 44 projects sharing £8 million of National Lottery investment.
Paralympian Stephen Miller has started a disability sport organisation. The three-time gold medalist has launched the project with his wife Rachel.
The couple founded a community interest company called 'SMILE Through Sport' to inspire disabled people to get into sport. He is well placed to advise too - Stephen is currently training for the 2016 Rio Paralympics.
Video credit: SMILE Through Sport
Paralympian Stephen Miller has started a disability sport organisation as a way of giving back to the North East.
Miller, who is a three-time gold medal winning Paralympian, is starting the project after a very busy 2013. He tied the knot to his partner Rachel, had a hip operation and there was a World Championship too. He is now training for the 2016 Rio Paralympics.
The couple have founded a Community Interest Company; SMILE Through Sport. This organisation aims to inspire and educate the North East through disability sport.
The Paralympic athlete Stephen Miller has married his partner Rachel Toland at a ceremony in Gateshead.
Stephen had a hip replacement operation ten months ago. Even so, he was determined to walk down the aisle, hand in hand with his new bride.
Watch the full report from Helen Ford:
Paralympic athletic Stephen Miller has described his wedding with Rachel Toland as the "best day of my life".
The couple tied the knot in Gateshead this morning.
Watch the full interview with the newlyweds:
Paralympic athlete Stephen Miller has walked down the aisle at his wedding.
The 33-year-old, from Cramlington in Northumberland, has cerebral palsy but walked his new bride Rachel Toland down the aisle at the ceremony in Gateshead.
The Paralympian Stephen Miller has prepared for some big days in his time, but perhaps none will be bigger than his wedding.
Stephen and his fiancee Rachel will tie the knot tomorrow on Tyneside.
Alongside the usual arrangements, Stephen has been working towards another goal - getting out of his wheelchair, and walking down the aisle alongside his new wife.
Helen Ford has been to talk to the couple - watch her full report below.