The Tour of Britain comes to Bristol today. It's a great chance to see world class cycling, but it's worth noting which roads are closed.Read the full story ›
The Tour of Britain is making it's way through Devon today, and the village of Ide has a special message for one of the riders:
Sir Bradley Wiggins is retiring from road cycling after the Tour of Britain.
Wiltshire teenager Polly Maton has finished in seventh in the women's T47 long jump final.
The 16-year-old, from Urchfont, was a surprise selection for Paralympics GB and jumped a best distance of 5.10m on her debut at the Paralympic Games.
Meanwhile Bath-based swimming Aaron Moores failed to qualify for the final of S14 100m backstroke.
The silver medallist in the event at London 2012 was tipped as a medal chance, but finished fifth in his heat.
The 22-year-old will now turn his attention to the breaststroke - something he has been training hard for.
The West Paralympic athletes are already showcasing their abilities in Rio - claiming two medals overnight.Read the full story ›
The Tour of Britain is making its way across the region, with come of the world's best cyclists taking on some of the toughest routes in the country.
In Pucklechurch in South Gloucestershire, they certainly received a warm welcome:
Somerset is one step closer to their first ever Championship title after a dramatic victory over Warwickshire.Read the full story ›
A wheelchair archer from Glastonbury who only took up the sport after London 2012 is now one of our best medal hopes.Read the full story ›
We strapped a camera to two former Tour of Britain riders on the Stage 5 route through Gloucestershire and Somerset.Read the full story ›
The Tour of Britain is coming to the Westcountry for the next three days. Find out when the riders are passing through your area.Read the full story ›
Few sports will offer as much chances of a medal for Paralympics GB as sailing.Read the full story ›