Superhuman Sunday - Richard Whitehead led another medal charge. - Richard Whitehead led another medal charge & defended his T42 200m title in fine style. Whitehead’s was the outstanding British performer. Superhuman Sunday
ParalympicsGB scored three gold medals on day three of the Games. Here's our round-up of all the action.
T44 100m sprinter Jonnie Peacock won gold with an utterly devastating performance to retain his Paralympic title.
Scotland v England – The Auld Enemies Cup 2016 - Starts this Monday 12 September at Cardrona. Scotland as the holders of the Auld Enemies Cup, host the event this year in a traditional 3-day competition playing match play format, with foursomes, fourball and singles games.
We caught up with Karen Darke ahead of the Rio Paralympics, here's what she had to say.
Fantastic! Able Magazine offers a Huge Congratualtions to Dame Sarah Storey after "Dame Sarah Makes HiStorey!" Find out how Sarah made History!
National charity the Spinal Injuries Association has announced today that Steve Brown, London 2012 Wheelchair Rugby Captain and TV presenter, has becom…
Paralympic gold medallist Helene Raynsford tells us why Rio 2016 is an opportunity not to be missed for disability sport.
After a tense run-up the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games got underway in spectacular style. The financial crisis and poor ticket sales that had dogged preparations appear to have both been solved in time for the party – although the Russian team, of course, weren’t invited.
Following Team GB’s success in the Olympics, it is now the turn of our Paralympians to go for gold in Brazil
The Paralympic Games are almost upon us! Click to find out when the Opening Ceremony Starts for the Paralympics tonight!
Ottobock launches a new range of running blades for the budding jogger! Ottobock has created a line of running blades that includes a blade for active children and a running blade for adults that is suitable for jogging and those just starting out. The addition of these blades means Ottobock now offers more choice for amputees based on their running style, whether that is recreational jogging or competitive running.
Ever wondered what makes the Paralympics special? We asked some of the athletes in our Paralympic preview!
Paralympic Legend Lee Pearson selected to fly the flag for ParalympicsGB as Rio 2016 prepares for Opening Ceremony
Yes! Lee Pearson will be the #Paralympic flagbearer at the opening ceremony!
Getting excited about the Paralympics starting tomorrow? Us too!
Are you excited about #Rio2016? So are we so here are some hints on how to get into sport!
Want to go from participation to podium? Here's some fantastic advice from the English Federation of Disability Sport.
The paralympics are just five short days away! Check out our Scottish preview from Scotland's Able here.
A young Chichester man hopes to inspire people to achieve their dreams whatever their situation or background.
Want to be a winner? Well, it's not all about winning says our editor Tom Jamison.
Watch as Paralympic powerhouses Ellie Simmonds and Susie Rodgers take Jack Whitehall to school in the pool.
Congratulations to Paralympian Aaron Phipps who scaled Kilimanjaro this summer! We caught up with him just before he left.
Laureus Sport for Good has helped to improve the lives of millions of young people in over 35 countries. Find out more about their work!
Gina Gardiner tells us that life isn't a spectator sport, it's for the living! A fantastic message to take into the Paralympics.
Most sports have very basic kit requirements: the right kind of t-shirt, shorts or tracksuit, that kind of thing. Adapted sports though, often require participants to get hold of specialist items which can prove expensive. We look at a few ways to get help.
Our column from Disabled Motorists Federation takes us to the cricket, but without the boundaries!