Most of us don’t stand a chance competing in the Paralympics but thanks to a new disability sports series anybody who fancies themselves as a failed professional athlete can sign up for a series of events over the next few months.
They say you should always look out for the little man, but despite measuring in at 3ft 7in the chances are Caleb Mutombo can look after himself.
"The sensation is amazing, however you do it. It is an incredible feeling and I get to give that to people, and to those who wouldn't usually experience it,"
A new initiative was launched at Wembley Stadium this week which will encourage almost 10,000 people with disabilities to participate in football.
To say Britain are doing 'rather well' in the Paralympics Games is an understatement.
Rumours that the Algerian women's goalball team are bycotting the Paralympics Games because of conflict between the US and Israel have been squashed after the athletes turned up in Rio.
Dame Sarah Storey made history yesterday when she won her 12th gold medal at the Paralympics Games making her the most successful female athlete who has competed in the event.
Equestrian rider Lee Pearson has been named as Great Britain’s flag bearer ahead of tonight’s Paralympic Games opening ceremony.
In the lead up to this year’s Paralympics competitors are encouraging people with disabilities to take up a sporting pastime.
BBC Radio 1’s Nesta tells us why he’s going to play a game of football for twelve consecutive hours…
A disabled teenager has raised £2,000 by taking part in a charity skydive.
Ever since Pammy Anderson jogged down that Baywatch beach in slow-motion/ paused on our VHS recorder taking a surfboard to the seas has always been a pipedream. Although catching a wave can prove a tad difficult if your balance isn’t up to scratch.
In the Blue Corner is the statistic which a percentage of disabilities are a result of damage caused to the brain, either from birth or serious head injuries which can lead to long-term health conditions. In the Red Corner society is being encouraged more and more to provide inclusive services for disabled and non-disabled people.