The British Paralympic Association has named two new members of its London 2012 squad.
Cyclist Crystal Lane and footballer Matthew Ellis will now have the chance to compete for medals … Continue reading →
Colin Oates is hoping to put the disappointment of not winning a medal at the recent London 2012 Games by working with three Paralympic GB members.
Last week, Oates finished … Continue reading →
A new exhibition featuring prosthetic limbs turned into pieces of art is coming to London during the Paralympic Games.
The exhibition was created by Priscilla Sutton in Australia in 2010 … Continue reading →
With just three weeks to go until the start of the London 2012 Paralympic Games it has been confirmed that it is expected to be the biggest in history.
Organisers … Continue reading →
Last night saw the end of the London 2012 Games as thousands enjoyed a celebration of British music inside the Olympic Stadium.
A capacity crowd were treated to three hours … Continue reading →
An exhibition in London is giving people staying in central London hotels the chance to see the London 2012 medals up close.
Mine to Medal is on at the British … Continue reading →
Team GB added to its medal haul last night with a win from a 19-year-old Taekwondo fighter.
Jade Jones from Wales put in a thrilling performance against the current world … Continue reading →
Team GB’s Nicola Adams fought a strong bout to be crowned the first female boxer to win an Olympic gold.
The 29-year-old from Leeds outclassed her opponent Ren Cancan from … Continue reading →
Team GB’s women’s hockey team are through to the bronze play-off after losing their match to Argentina.
The current reigning world champions played strongly against the British squad and won … Continue reading →
It is the first time that women’s boxing has featured on the Olympic bill and Team GB are performing well.
Nicola Adams is now guaranteed a silver medal after reaching … Continue reading →
Cyclist Sir Chris Hoy rode himself into the record books as he claimed his sixth Olympic gold.
The Scot won the keirin at the velodrome to add to the gold … Continue reading →
Jason Kenny has added another medal to the Team GB table after winning the individual sprint.
The Bolton-born cyclist dominated the event against the current world champion Gregory Bauge from … Continue reading →