Great Britain's Olympic and Paralympic stars parade through Manchester to celebrate their record-breaking performances at Rio 2016.
Great Britain's women break a world record to go through to the gold medal match in the cycling team pursuit.
The success of Britain's Olympic and Paralympic stars is to be celebrated with events in Manchester and London, PM Theresa May has announced.
Great Britain are through to the final of the men's team pursuit and break a world record in the process with a time of three minutes and 50.570 seconds. Sir Bradley Wiggins will race for a British record eighth Olympic medal from 2...
Great Britain's Adam Peaty breaks the world record as he swims his 100m breaststroke heat in a time of 57.55 seconds at the 2016 Rio Olympics.