UK Sport has set ParalympicsGB a target of seven medals for the Winter Paralympics in PyeongChang in March.
International Paralympic Committee (IPC) president Andrew Parsons has rejected claims the classification system is broken.
Cheating has increased in Paralympic sport since London 2012, Baroness Grey-Thompson told a Parliamentary committee on Tuesday.
Jordanne Whiley has revealed she was 11 weeks pregnant when she won the Wimbledon women's wheelchair doubles earlier this month.
Hannah Cockroft and Sophie Kamlish clinched gold medals for Great Britain at the World Para Athletics Championships.
Eleven emotional and contrasting stories and Tony Lester reveals his pride as their Sky Academy Sports Scholarships finish.
Para-athlete Abdullah Hayayei has died after a training incident in London ahead of the upcoming World Championships.
Hannah Cockroft has been nominated for Sunday Times Disabled Sportswomen of the Year after a fantastic year.
Olivia Breen has been inspirational and shown great character in becoming one of GB's top Paralympians, says Sky mentor Di Dougherty.
How being a Sky Scholar has boosted jumping, running and thinking skills by double Paralympian Olivia Breen.
Olivia Breen has been named in the 49-strong GB squad for this summer's World Para Athletics Championships in London.
Paralympic champion Susie Rodgers has announced her retirement from swimming.
A UK Athletics review into the classification of para-athletes suggested the system could be exploited, but found no evidence of wrongdoing.
World No 1 short stature badminton star Rachel Choong says her unquenchable thirst for victory has been the secret to her success.
David Weir says he was called a "disgrace to his country" by Great Britain Wheelchair coach, Jenni Banks, at the Rio Olympics.
Six-time Paralympic champion David Weir says will never wear a Great Britain vest again after venting his frustration at British Athletics.
Paralympian Olivia Breen gets ready for winter training with two weeks in Miami and visiting Donald Trump's HQ in New York.
Paralympic sprinter Olivia Breen has been training hard over the festive period as she aims to bounce back from disappointment at the Rio Paralympics.
Paralympic athlete Olivia Breen reveals that turkey, cookies, family visits and gym sessions are all on the Christmas menu.
Olivia Breen is bouncing back from Rio and rebooting her athletics career by studying at Loughborough and taking on a new coach.
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