The GB men's and women's teams will be aiming for medals at the European Wheelchair Basketball Championships which start on Friday in Worcester.
Jeanette Chippington wins Great Britain's second gold medal at the Para-canoe World Championships in Milan.
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Video & Audio
- Watch video Wheelchair rugby comes to Cardiff
- Watch video Wiggs' delight at worlds win
- Watch video Rio 'do or die' for sailor Stodel
- Watch video 'I want to win it for the girls'
- 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'