ParalympicsGB successfully qualified for the men’s wheelchair basketball quarter-finals with a game to spare after a 66-52 victory over Germany in Carioca Arena 1.
Jon-Allan Butterworth, Jody Cundy and Louis Rolfe took ParalympicsGB’s tally of gold medals on the velodrome to eight with victory in the mixed team sprint.
Shooter Stewart Nangle narrowly missed out on a place in the P3 mixed 25m pistol final, after finishing 11th in Sunday morning’s qualification.
Javelin thrower Kyron Duke threw a personal best in the men’s javelin F41 final as he narrowly missed out on a podium place at the Olympic Stadium.
It was another impressive session for ParalympicsGB on day four as 11 swimmers booked their places in this evening’s finals.
Pamela Relph insisted a gold medal was never in doubt after a ParalympicsGB rowing gold rush on Rio’s picturesque city centre Legoa.
Wimbledon champion Gordon Reid progressed safely into the third round of the wheelchair tennis singles in Rio with a 6-1 6-2 victory over Sweden’s Dan Wallin.
Kadeena Cox completed a remarkable double in Rio as she added women's para-cycling C4-5 500m time trial gold to her 100m T38 bronze won just 24 hours earlier on the athletics track.
ParalympicsGB made it three wins out of three in the men’s wheelchair basketball competition with a 73-55 win over hosts Brazil at the Carioca Arena 1.
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