I ran my first marathon after going blind
Every year I would watch the London Marathon and feel a thrill as the runners crossed Tower Bridge.
Paralympics: Who won?
The London 2012 and Rio 2016 paralympics were a success - but do such events improve daily life for people with disabilities?
Combining the Olympics and Paralympics would be a disaster. Here's why...
Some people would like disabled events to be included in the main Olympics but reporter Peter White, himself blind, thinks they are misguided
Cheating in sport is becoming ever harder to judge
There are many issues to deal with in trying to ensure fairness in sport - doping, technology and now gender.
A true sporting hero or a cheat?
Oscar Pistorius races without legs and he is beating able-bodied opponents. Are his carbon-fibre blades giving him an unfair advantage?
Stumble at the starting block
Despite being a record breaking athlete, Richard Whitehead cannot compete in a paralympic event because he has the wrong disability
An insight into the physical activity of the nation
The Paralympic games were a huge success in promoting sport and changing attitudes