Griffin holds his nerve for biggest career winMonday, 10 September, 2012, 1:41am
Oscar Pistorius captured his first gold medal of the London Paralympics when he helped South Africa win the 4x100-metre relay in a world-record time at the Olympic Stadium on Wednesday.
The double amputee, known as “Blade Runner”, anchored the team home in a time of 41.78 seconds. South Africa set the previous record at 42.50 in February.29 Aug 2013 - 4:13am
South Africa’s Oscar Pistorius returns to the track on Wednesday, days after he suffered his first 200m defeat in nine years and complained that his competitors had an unfair advantage.5 Sep 2012 - 2:41pm
China set a world record as they defeated Britain on Sunday in the thrilling final race at the Velodrome, meaning both track cycling teams finished the London this year Paralympics with five golds.29 Aug 2013 - 4:13am
China’s Huang Cheng on Sunday pulled off a stunning win in the men’s arms-only single sculls, winning gold to inflict the first defeat on Britain’s defending champion Tom Aggar in his international rowing career.29 Aug 2013 - 4:13am
Oscar Pistorius on Saturday began the defence of his three sprint titles with a bang, breaking the world record in the T44 200m, as Irish runner Jason Smyth became the fastest Paralympian in history over 100m.29 Aug 2013 - 4:13am
China ended the first day of the London Paralympics on top of the medal table but it was British cyclist Sarah Storey who stole the show by storming to her eighth Paralympic gold.
Storey took the women's C5 individual 3km pursuit after a lightning-quick qualifying time that would have won her a non-disabled title.1 Sep 2012 - 3:43am
The London 2012 Paralympics began on Wednesday with a vibrant opening ceremony led by Stephen Hawking that paid tribute to human endeavour, enlightenment and the quest to understand the universe.
Paralympians soared through the air above the 80,000-seater Olympic Stadium while Hawking, the world’s most famous living scientist, urged people to look to the stars for inspiration.30 Aug 2012 - 11:12am
A spectacular opening ceremony was set to ring in the biggest ever Paralympic Games on Wednesday, with double amputee sprinter Oscar Pistorius among those gearing up for 11 days of competition.29 Aug 2012 - 6:48pm
The Paralympic flame was lit at the spiritual home of disabled sport on Tuesday, signalling the 24-hour countdown to the start of this year’s Games.
Some 3,000 people, including former Paralympians and dignitaries such as London this year organising committee chief Sebastian Coe, watched as the flame took hold at Stoke Mandeville Stadium in southern England.29 Aug 2012 - 1:36pm