Rio Paralympics 2016: Kadeena Cox wins time trial to add to athletics gold
Kadeena Cox became the first Briton since 1988 to win a medal in two sports at the same Paralympics as she took cycling gold in Rio. Cox, who took T38 100m athletics bronze on Friday, won the 500m C4-5 time trial.
Moira West & Ingrid Meier - Moira West, GB, born 1949, overtakes Germany’s Ingrid Meier, born 1947, to become European Champion in the 100m dash, 65-69 year old age group in 15.30secs. She was thrilled to earn her first international gold medal for this event. The world record for this late 60s age group is an astonishing 14.10secs, only just over 3 seconds slower than Shelley-Ann Fraser-Pryce’s London Olympics gold medal time of 10.75secs.
Johann Hari: 'The opposite of addiction isn't sobriety – it's connection'
The author of Chasing the Scream on his anxiety about writing a book, and the 30,000-mile journey of recognition and shared stories it took him on, from the drug war ‘ground zero’ in Baltimore to Colombia and Mexico
Linford Christie (UK) Sprinter. Olympic Gold Medal winner at 100m in 1992, two Silver medals in 1988 at 100m & 4x100m. World Champion at 100m in 1993, three times European Champion and winner of three Commonwealth Gold medals.