David Weir fears momentum generated by disability sport "will die" due to not being in the public eye enough.
Britain's Georgina Hermitage and Sophie Hahn improve their own world records at the IPC Grand Prix Final in London.
- Storey wins Para-cycling world gold
- IoM win five Special Olympic medals
- Keigwin wins first Isle of Man medal
- World Watch video Special Olympics gets under way
- GB athlete to use 'borrowed chair'
- Exeter set for basketball top flight
- Hewett buoyed by British Open win
- Britain end IPC Worlds with 10 golds
- Applegate shock at Worlds medal win
- Kearney and Russell add to GB golds
- Whiley wins British Open title
- Simmonds wins gold with world record
- Whiley beats Griffioen to make final
- Tai wins two bronze medals at Worlds
- Hynd wins GB's first gold at Worlds
- Norfolk would 'like to visit' Rio
- Applegate to train '10 times harder'
Video & Audio
- Listen to audio Whitehead to 'sign off' in London
- Listen to audio Peacock 'not worried' by Browne
- Listen to audio Browne claims he is 'best sprinter'
- Listen to audio Weir 'mentally drained' after loss
- Watch video 'I run to inspire my daughter'
- Watch video GB team set for Special Olympics
- Watch video IoM team ready for Special Olympics
- Watch video 'Unbelievable' point in wheelchair tennis
- Watch video Phillipson has Rio medal in mind