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Hayley Milne, one of Britain's most promising Para-swimmers, is working hard to ensure she keeps alive her Tokyo 2020 dream.
Hayley Milne, one of Britain's most promising Para-swimmers, is working hard to ensure she keeps alive her Tokyo 2020 dream.
How to get into sailing - combat the forces of nature as a competitive sailor or learn how to get away from it all in a boat.
Para-swimmer Hayley Milne has got used to overcoming obstacles and the 17-year-old remains focused on achieving her Paralympic dream despite a difficult year.
The 2015 South West Unsung Hero Scott Allen describes what his year has been like since winning the award, and who would deserve it next.
BBC Points West joins Olympic silver medallist Siobhan-Marie O'Connor as she returns to meet her former coaches in Keynsham.
Got some sports kit lying around? Donate it and help young people in Birmingham to get active.
Visually impaired tennis players express their gratitude for the people helping put on their regular sessions in London.
Former England rugby union star Maggie Alphonsi volunteers at a local club to see the importance of the work they do.
Manchester United pair Ashley Young and Morgan Schneiderlin surprise a girls' football team as part of a foundation to encourage young women to play football.
Darren Campbell takes Rio Olympic gold medallist Sam Quek back to her first hockey club for his first Get Inspired show on Radio 5 live.
In the week of World Mental Health Day, England Athletics and the charity Mind are encouraging people to #runandtalk to improve their mental wellbeing.
Anne Dickins and the couple who helped her win Paralympic gold at Rio 2016 on how a seven-week request turned into a four-year mission.
Anyone wanting to volunteer for the 2017 World Athletics & ParaAthletics Championships has until 16 October to make an application.
What makes your local football team so special to you? An opportunity for schools and young people to share their connections with their local club with the BBC.
A programme to encourage people to enjoy being active together is introduced by the English Federation of Disability Sport and partners
An ex-policeman from Cheltenham is flying to Africa to complete the final stage of training ahead of his Africa to Brazil swim challenge.
Who will succeed gymnast Ellie Downie? Send in your nominations for the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award.
Meet four inspirational people who took part in the first ever Swim Serpentine in London.
Mike Bushell tries his hand at triathlon with some young hopefuls.
GB's Jo Frith on how she found archery when she was looking for a hobby when not doing her swimming training - and why she loves it.
Disabled kids tell us what the Paralympics means to them.
Meet the visually impaired people enjoying playing tennis with the help of Tennis Foundation sessions.
Paralympic gold medallist Richard Whitehead describes his journey in athletics and his belief in the legacy of sport.
Andrea Whiting turned her life around after her father's death in 2015 - and took part in the Great North Run on Sunday.
Meet six inspiring people who took part in the world's leading half-marathon the Great North Run.
A paralysed woman wearing a "bionic" suit completes the Great North Run, five days after she started it.
Horrible Histories author Terry Deary, who will be running the Great North Run for the 20th time in 2016, tells the story behind the race's start.
Runners from 178 different nations will be represented in the Great North Run on Sunday, from Azerbaijan to Zambia.
Events like the Great North Run see the best athletes to battle it out, but they also give ordinary people a chance to take part in sport.
A paralysed woman who completed the London Marathon in a "bionic" suit sets her sights on completing the Great North Run on Sunday, 11 September.
Olympic boxing gold medallist Nicola Adams' mother, Dee Adams, on her daughter's career and how to bring up a champion.
Mark Foster and Becky Adlington talk to BBC Breakfast about how the Olympics can inspire people to try swimming.
They work well together in a boat, but how will rowing Olympic medallists Katherine Grainger and Vicky Thornley fare with a hula hoop?
Emma Pooley talks about how she came across cycling and some of the early mistakes she made when she started out.
Get a look around a gym and meet some of the gymnasts, coaches and a representative from British Gymnastics in our special tour.
Burnley's Sophie Hitchon, who will represent Team GB in the hammer at Rio 2016, explains her unlikely story.
'Move More month' brought together universities, the NHS, and two football teams to try and improve fitness levels in one UK city.
World, European and Commonwealth champion Adam Peaty gets all emotional at a surprise send-off for the Rio 2016 Olympics.
UK Sport launches the biggest talent search in British history to fast-track young hopefuls to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
Disability sport organisations launch 'Together We Will', a new campaign to encourage disabled people to be more active
Jordanne Whiley, who is going for wheelchair tennis gold at Rio 2016, talks Olympic Games and sings Shania Twain in Car Share.
Rosie Pybus, a visually impaired tennis player and coach, tells Get Inspired how getting involved in the sport changed her life.
Deaf squash ambassador Noah Duckworth explains how the game helped him through school and with off-the-court scenarios.
Friends and family remember Joel Richards, a young referee who was tragically killed in the Tunisia beach attacks a year ago.
IBF world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua describes how he got into boxing, why he loves it and his recipe for success.
Before the inaugural Super League, England's Kate Cross talks about how the sport is changing for the next generation of players.
A man from Shropshire is planning to swim the English Channel in honour of Capt Matthew Webb, the first man to swim the distance.
As we prepare for International Handstand Day on Saturday, 25 June - here are some tips from a world champion before the big day.
Try the Make Your Move challenge that will not only improve your flexibility but will get your core muscles working too.
Seven-time Grand Slam champion John McEnroe helps inspire teenager Jack Draper and the next generation of tennis stars.
Ever wondered how to perfect the neck stall? Watch four-time world champion football freestyler Andrew Henderson's top tips.
Team GB triathlete Vicky Holland tells Get Inspired how she got into triathlon and describes her passion for and enjoyment of the sport.
Four-time freestyle football world champion Andrew Henderson explains how to do the rocket launcher.
Find out which four celebrities are taking on four Make Your Move challenges to get active.
See how the world turned upside down on Saturday, 25 June for the spectacular 2016 International Handstand Day.
Meet Graeme Robertson, who has multiple sclerosis and is taking on the golfing equivalent of climbing Everest.
Watch the 2016 FA People's Cup highlights and the winners at Wembley on the BBC iPlayer now.
Improvising after treading on an IED. How Paralympian Nick Beighton learned to embrace his new life.
Saracens flanker Will Fraser says his brother’s experiences have helped him avoid dwelling on setbacks in his career.
Camille Holland and her mother 60-year-old Ghislaine are both British champions in powerlifting.
BBC Radio 5 live's Anna Foster talks about completing week one of our Make Your Move campaign's Couch to 5k Challenge.
Find out how helping others can also help us live longer and get better mental health in this new iWonder guide.
Relive all the drama, action and emotion of the 2016 Great Manchester Run.
Meet four inspiring people taking part in the Great Manchester Run on Sunday, 22 May.
Uzair Shafique talks about losing over 8st through running, ahead of taking part in the Great Manchester Run this weekend.
Amanda Scott suffers from Crohn's disease and is running Sunday's Great Manchester Run to 'make her Mum proud.'
Sport England, the funding agency for grassroots sport, is to triple the amount of money it invests in tackling inactivity.
Catch up with the Make Your Move Q&A with Rebecca Adlington, Mark Foster and Dr Victoria King - answering questions on taking the plunge.
Diane Dargan is running the Great Manchester Run this weekend four years after putting on her running shoes to lose weight, and says running helped her overcome depression.
Richard Cann, an Army Reserve Officer and rugby player, explains how rugby helped him fight homophobia and improve his mental wellbeing.
This is the inspiring story of Micky Yule, the UK Team's first gold medallist at the 2016 Invictus Games.
Take the iWonder test and see if you have what it takes to be your neighbourhood's superhero.
Meet Wez and Dave, who feature in the first of 'Old School with the Hairy Bikers' - about a generation-bridging volunteering scheme.
The millionth finisher of the London Marathon is revealed as a woman running for a hospital that saved her daughter's life.
Worcester's Chris Pennell has type one diabetes, but that hasn't stopped him from a successful rugby union career.
Meet Invictus Games UK competitor Caroline Buckle, who tells us how getting involved in sport has helped change her life.
For Ben Smith the London Marathon was just one - the 237th in fact - in an incredible sequence of 401 consecutive marathons.
Get Inspired talks to the first wheelchair boxing organisation, which is aiming for the Paralympics.
College work, training and being mentored by a Paralympic great are all part of the life of wheelchair racer Jade Jones.
We go out running with people who manage to find time to work and volunteer.
West Bromwich Albion fan Dave went blind as a child but his love of running does not let his disability stop him.
Most sports involve hitting a ball, or kicking or throwing it into a goal or net, but in dodgeball you and your opponents are the target.
Less than three years after sitting in a boat for the first time, Grace Clough is aiming for a spot in GB's Rio Para-rowing squad.
Two matches are decided by penalty shootouts as the 2016 FA People's Cup comes to a sparkling finale in the Sheffield sun.
Catch up on all the drama and excitement from the final day of action in the 2016 FA People's Cup.
The 2016 FA People's Cup helps Elliott Holdham, who has Asperger’s syndrome, find a football team and boost his confidence.
Meet Positive Futures - a project tackling anti-social behaviour in Gainsborough through football playing and coaching.
The 83 teams who have made it through to the FA People's Cup finals day are drawn into their groups.
Take the special NHS quiz to see if you could refine your living habits to be healthier and happier.
Portsmouth Amputee FC's Ray Westbrook - the man who scored the goal of the weekend - says it is not even his best strike.
Teams from across the country book their place in the FA People's Cup Grand Final during the regional semi-finals weekend.
Pompey Amputees score an amazing goal in the Adult disability category of the FA People's Cup semi-finals.
Catch up with the best of the action from the Under-16 girls, disability teams, male veterans and walking football teams.
Catch up on the action from the first day of the FA People's Cup semi-finals, with under-14 and under-16 boys, adult men and adult women competing.
Geoff Twentyman is joined by players from the semi-finals of the FA People's Cup to discuss their stories on Sports Store.
England's new head coach Eddie Jones joins players Alex Goode and Sarah Hunter to inspire the next generation of Six Nations talent.
The second FA People's Cup got under way at the weekend, with more than 35,000 people taking part in 10 different categories.
Catch up with all the images and action from Saturday and Sunday's FA People's Cup round-one action - with 35,000 people taking part in 10 categories.
Catch up with all the images and action from Friday & Saturday's FA People's Cup round-one action - with 35,000 people taking part in 10 categories.
Think you can take on a world champion gymnast? We challenge you to show us your attempts.
From under 14's to veterans; from regular 5-a-siders to first timers - over 30,000 men, women, boys and girls took part in the FA People's Cup 2015.
Sir Lenny Henry and other celebrities reveal their proudest moments as Sport Relief 2016 urges you to 'Do yourself proud'.
If you like walking, running, swimming or cycling, there are loads of events for you to take part in at the Sport Relief Games.
Dan Metcalfe-Hall talks to BBC Sport about coming to terms with paralysis - and learning the sport of handcycling.
British number one Jasmin Taylor reveals the struggles of skiing at high altitude for someone from East Anglia.