Archer Brown rebuilding her life after Paralympic ban

After victories at the Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Paralympics British archer Danielle Brown was targeting a third success come the Rio Games, but that dream was ended after a rule-change saw her banned from future competitions.

Brown, 26, tells BBC Sport's Nick Hope that she is "devastated" by the decision and feels athletes with 'invisible disabilities' are being targeted by the International Paralympic Committee [IPC].

The IPC and World Archery refute the claim and after learning she has no grounds to appeal her ban Brown is now looking at a career as a 'psychological mentor'.