Ollie Hynd won the men’s 400m freestyle S8 final to clinch ParalympicsGB’s first swimming gold of Rio 2016. Hynd lowered his own world record to touch home first in 4:21.89 and upgrade on the silver he won in London 2012.
Dame Sarah Storey is now Britain’s most successful female Paralympian of all time after victory in the C5 3000m individual pursuit over GB's Crystal Lane.
Megan Giglia won ParalympicsGB’s first medal of the 2016 Paralympic Games with victory in the C1-3 Individual Pursuit on Thursday evening.
David Wetherill recorded ParalympicsGB’s first table tennis victory of Rio 2016 with a 3-0 win over Egypt’s Ibrahim Hamadtou in the men’s single’s class 6.
Dame Sarah Storey, Megan Giglia and Steve Bate all broke world records in the opening track cycling session of Rio 2016 to set up an exciting evening finals session which gets underway at 20:30 GMT +1 and 16:30 local time BRST.
Sprinter Libby Clegg ran a lifetime best to successfully qualify for Friday's T11 100m semi-finals alongside her guide Chris Clarke and fellow Brit Sammi Kinghorn qualified as the third fastest athlete for tonight’s women’s 100m T53 final.
ParalympicsGB men’s wheelchair basketball got their Rio 2016 campaign off to a winning start as they defeated group B opponents Algeria 93-31 at the Rio Olympic Arena on Thursday.
ParalympicsGB’s 7-a-side team were narrowly beaten 2-1 by hosts Brazil in their opening Pool A game at the Deodoro Stadium in Rio on Thursday.
Bethany Firth was just one of a number of ParalympicsGB swimmers to stand out during the first session of Rio 2016 as she set a new world record on the way to qualifying for tonight’s 100m backstroke S14 final.
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