Kadeena Cox has become the first Briton in 28 years to win a Paralympic medal in two sports at the same Games after breaking her own world record to claim the women’s C4-5 500m time trial title here this evening.
Britain’s Jody Cundy rode to redemption in the men’s C4-C5 1000 metres time trial to secure the sixth Paralympic gold medal of his career at the Olympic Velodrome in Rio de Janeiro.
Dame Sarah Storey became the most decorated female Paralympian in British history after securing the 12th gold medal of her career at the Olympic Velodrome in Rio de Janeiro.
Double Paralympic champion Michael Gallagher has admitted to using erythropoietin (EPO) after being dropped from Australia’s team for Rio 2016 last week following a positive drugs test.
Double Paralympic champion Michael Gallagher has been axed from Australia’s team for Rio 2016 after he failed a drugs test, it was announced today.
Kadeena Cox will compete in two sports at the Rio 2016 Paralympics after she was added to the British Paralympic Association cycling team for the Games.
Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) has held it's first Para-cycling talent identification and development camp on the country's South Island.
Dame Sarah Storey has been selected to compete at her seventh Paralympic Games after the British Paralympic Association named her in Britain’s cycling squad for Rio 2016.
Germany produced a superb team performance to top the medals table with 10 gold medals at the second leg of the 2016 Para-cycling Road World Cup in Ostend, Belgium.
South Africa’s Ernst van Dyk impressed in front of a home crowd as he earned men’s H5 road race and time trial gold medals at the International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-cycling Road World Cup in Pietermaritzburg.
World record holder Kate Horan will make her Para-cycling debut at a Paralympic Games after being named in a seven-strong New Zealand squad for Rio 2016.
This year's Inas World Cycling Championships will again take place at the Racice Sportcentrum in Štětí in the Czech Republic, it has been announced.
Britain enjoyed an excellent final day of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-cycling Track World Championships after winning two golds, one silver and a bronze medal at the Montichiari Velodrome in Italy.
America’s Shawn Morelli broke the women’s C4 three kilometres pursuit world record to claim her first title at the International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-cycling Track World Championships at the Montichiari Velodrome in Italy.
The Netherlands’ Arnoud Nijhuis broke the men's C1 kilometre time trial world record to clinch gold of the second day of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-cycling Track World Championships at the Montichiari Velodrome in Italy.