Sarah Storey aims to defend titles at Rio 2016 Paralympics

Cyclist Sarah Storey says defending her four Paralympic titles at Rio 2016 would be "the ultimate dream" and hopes the support for disabled athletes will continue beyond the Games.

Storey became Britain's joint-most successful Paralympian of the modern era by winning gold in the road time trial, the 500m time trial, the individual pursuit and the C4-5 road race in London this summer.

The swimmer-turned-cyclist has joined Baroness Tanni Grey Thompson and David Roberts in winning eleven Paralympic gold medals.

BBC Sport