Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett admitted their wheelchair tennis men's doubles silver medal felt bittersweet after a battling defeat at the Paralympic Games in Rio.
ParalympicsGB kept the medals flowing at the Olympic Stadium as first Richard Whitehead, and then the women’s 4x100m F35-38 team, struck silver on Thursday evening.
Anne Dunham is well placed to judge just how far ParalympicsGB equestrian has come after winning her fourth career dressage team gold in Rio.
She was one of the last British swimmers to start her campaign but Charlotte Henshaw made every second count as she took bronze in the women’s S6 100m breaststroke at the Paralympic Games in Rio.
Defending champion Helena Lucas vowed to ‘keep fighting for every point’ after losing control of the leaderboard in the one-person keelboat class at the Paralympic sailing regatta in Rio.
ParalympicsGB’s men’s wheelchair basketball team will regroup and go again for bronze after coming up just short in their semi-final match against Spain, losing 69-63.
David Smith will go for gold in the men’s BC1 boccia final on Friday after a nerveless day.
Sophie Christiansen believes her meticulous attention to detail paid off after claiming dressage Ia gold at the Paralympic Games in Rio.
ParalympicsGB will battle for table tennis bronze on Friday after falling to a 2-0 defeat to Ukraine in their team class 6-8 semi-final.
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