Great Paralympic moments: Sarah Storey becomes Great Britain's most successful Paralympian 

Sarah Storey of Great Britain celebrates after the women's C5 3000m individual pursuit track cycling at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games (Photo by Friedemann Vogel/Getty Images)
Sarah Storey of Great Britain celebrates after the women's C5 3000m individual pursuit track cycling at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games (Photo by Friedemann Vogel/Getty Images)

With Tokyo 2020 now just one year away, it’s time to relive some of the greatest Paralympic moments of the decade. Today, 2 September 2020, Sarah Storey becomes Great Britain's most decorated Paralympian at Rio 2016 with her 14th gold. 

The schedule for Tokyo 2020 has been confirmed, venues announced and while athletes around the world are busy gearing up to qualify for the greatest show on Earth, it's time to enjoy 13 days full of the most unforgettable, inspiring and exciting moments from the past as preparations for Tokyo 2020 gather pace!

Great Britain's most successful Paralympian

Great Britain's Sarah Storey (now Dame Sarah Storey) didn't start out as a cyclist. In fact, she had already competed at four Paralympics as a swimmer, before making the switch to cycling in 2005.

It would prove to be an inspired choice. By the time Rio 2016 had ended, she would be Great Britain's most decorated Paralympian with 14 gold medals, eight silvers and three bronze.

Greatest Paralympic Moments: Sarah Storey, Rio 2016