Paralympian Stephen Miller is back in the UK with his bronze club throw medal.
Cramlington Paralympian Stephen Miller, who is competing in Rio, has had his backpack stolen on a beach. He tweeted to confirm he is all right, but shocked.
Shame our experience of copacabana beach was ruined by idiots that stole our back pack. We are fine nothing major lost but a bit shocked
As Paralympian Steve Miller was winning a bronze medal in Rio, his wife Rachel was leading the cheers back in Newcastle.
She said his record of winning six medals over six games is unheard of:
North East paralympian Stephen Miller has won bronze in the club throw at the Paralympics in Rio.
Stephen, from Cramlington, is one of Britain's most successful paralympians, having represented his country for 20 years.
Friends and family were cheering him on back on Tyneside as he added to the tally of Paralympic medals
Paralympic athlete Stephen Miller, from Cramlington, is on his way to Rio to compete in the games.Read the full story ›
Middlesbrough's Jade Jones and Gateshead's Stephen Miller are among the athletes selected to compete at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
The British Paralympic Association (BPA) today announced that 41 athletes have been added to the line-up for track and field in Rio as a number of Paralympic, World and European medallists were selected to ParalympicsGB.
Today’s announcement takes the number of selected athletes to 256 from 19 sports.
IM GOING TO RIO I'm so pleased to have been selected to represent GB in my second Paralympics https://t.co/lkAWjeGMyT
Stephen from Cramlington, Northumberland, will receive his MBE at Buckingham Palace today.Read the full story ›
Paralympian Stephen Miller competed at the British Wheelchair Athletics Association Grand Prix Series throwing his best distance since 2009.Read the full story ›
Stephen Miller's twentieth senior international season got underway last week at the Fazza International Athletics Competition in Dubai.Read the full story ›
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: