Ellie Simmonds is among 18 swimmers in Britain's squad for July's IPC Swimming World Championships in Glasgow.
Visually impaired cyclists Neil Fachie and Sophie Thornhill win para-cycling world sprint titles as Britain top the medals table.
- Applegate & Hamer set PBs in Glasgow
- Sailing Lucas beats Pascoe to gold in Palma
- Storey claims second gold at Worlds
- GB's Firth & Russell set world bests
- Four GB golds at para-cycling Worlds
- Firth sets new world best - twice
- Cundy wants Para-cycling to do more
- GB sledge hockey team miss promotion
- Athletics Weir and Woods triumph in Lisbon
- Paralympian killed in quad-bike accident
- Africa Pistorius loses appeal challenge
- Knight wins world slalom bronze
- Henry wins on Para-triathlon debut
- Skier Knight wins silver at Worlds
Video & Audio
- Watch video Payne's ultimate Rio ambition
- Watch video Simmonds expects Glasgow crowd boost
- Watch video Storey wins para-cycling gold
- Watch video Firth delighted with world record
- Watch video 'Mourinho' guides team to victory!
- Watch video Reid hopes for Rio medal success
- Watch video Storey 'in pieces' after record attempt
- Listen to audio Nicholls on London Marathon decision
- Watch video Evans devastated by worlds absence
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.