Andy Swiss

BBC sports news correspondent

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About Andy

Andy is a sports news correspondent for the BBC. ... Read more about Andy Swiss

Andy's time at the BBC has seen him cover some of the world's great sporting events including the Olympics and Paralympics.

He will be writing regular features on disability sport.

Blade jumper wants able-bodied place

Read full article on Markus Rehm: The blade jumper fighting to be in able-bodied games

On a windy lunchtime at the Swansea University track, Markus Rehm is relaxed and smiling - the most affable man you could possibly meet. But beneath that lies a talent and determination that could yet change sporting history.

The 26-year-old German Paralympic champion lost his lower right leg in a wakeboarding accident as a 14-year-old, and competes using a carbon fibre blade.

Para-cycling 'almost in the dark ages'

Read full article on Jody Cundy says para-cycling suffering from lack of events

Track para-cycling is almost in "the dark ages" as the sport prepares for its first international meeting since London 2012, says British Paralympic star Jody Cundy.

Despite its popularity at last summer's Paralympics, there have been no major track competitions since London, where Cundy won bronze in one event and was controversially disqualified from another.

Dazzling Peacock ready to fly again

Read full article on Jonnie Peacock, star of the Paralympics, excited by return

It is a name that seemed almost destined to be the centre of attention.

Last summer, Jonnie Peacock had 80,000 spectators chanting for him - and nearly seven million Britons gripped to their sofas. The single-leg amputee promptly blazed to 100m gold in perhaps the defining race of the London Paralympics.