British number three wheelchair tennis player David Phillipson feels there is more to come after returning to the world's top 15.
Oscar Pistorius will be allowed to compete at the 2016 Paralympic Games if he is not in jail, the IPC reveals.
- Sport Searching for the real Oscar
- Africa Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide
- Bayley seals world para table title
- Sport Live Reaction to Oscar Pistorius verdict
- UK Invictus Games open in London
- GB team ready for Special Olympics
- Lapthorne wins quad singles title
- Whiley completes Grand Slam
- Stone & Darke win more GB medals
- GB dressage team retain world title
- Storey wins second Para-cycling gold
- World titles for Steadman & Patrick
- Para-cycling medals for Darke & Stone
- GB para-rowers win gold at Worlds
- Murray looking to 'recreate' Beijing
- Cockcroft & Greaves claim IPC wins
- GB claim double sailing world silver
- Davies wins second European gold
- Rowing Morris leads triple GB qualification
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- Watch video New stars emerging for England CP team
- Watch video Slater thrilled with world record
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- Watch video GB curlers beat China to win bronze
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2012 around the BBC
GB athletes parade through London to mark their sporting achievements this summer.
Some memorable images of the day Olympic and Paralympic athletes are carried on floats through central London, cheered on by thousands of fans.
World press reaction to the London 2012 Paralympic Games.