Great Britain's Kadeena Cox showed her class yet again to win gold in the women's C4 500 metres time trial at the International Cycling Union Para Track World Championships in Apeldoorn in The Netherlands.
Double Paralympic gold medallist Kadeena Cox has withdrawn from the England squad for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games due to injury.
Commonwealth Games England has announced the 18 Para athletes who will represent the country at next year's Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast 2018.
Double Paralympic champion Kadeena Cox has revealed two of her medals have been handed to the police after they were stolen from her car earlier this month.
The news that double Rio 2016 Paralympic champion Kadeena Cox has had her UK Sport funding suspended by British Athletics while she is involved in the latest series of the Channel 4 celebrity "snow show" The Jump is unsurprising.
Cox asks people to remember her life is a "ticking time bomb" while defending The Jump participation
Britain's double Paralympic champion Kadeena Cox has defended her decision to participate in Channel 4’s winter sport series The Jump, despite the safety risks, because she wants to make the most of every opportunity in life while she is still able to.
Cox adds women's 400m T38 Paralympic title to track cycling gold medal with world record display at Rio 2016
Britain's Kadeena Cox continued her impressive Paralympics showing by breaking the world record en-route to victory in the women's 400 metres T38 at the Olympic Stadium, to add to the title she won inside the velodrome.
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.
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.
Britain and China emerged as the dominant nations on the opening day of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-cycling Track World Championships at the Montichiari velodrome in Italy.
Hosts Britain finished top of the Manchester Para-cycling International medal table, earning 12 golds across the three days of racing at the National Cycling Centre to secure vital Rio 2016 Paralympic Games’ qualifying points.
Davies defends F42 shot put title on golden opening day at IPC Athletics World Championships in Doha
Britain’s Aled Davies claimed the first title at the IPC Athletics World Championships in Doha after producing a Championship record throw of 14.95 metres in the men’s F42 shot put event to successfully defend the crown he won two years ago in Lyon, France.