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Paralympics 2016: Every Paralympics GB medal winner

From gold, to silver to bronze the Para GB team have been bringing in the medals this Paralympics! Here are all the medal winners...
It was gold for swimmer Bethany Firth and silver for teammate Jessica-Jane Applegate as they shared the podium for the women's SM14 200m individual medley results.
Bethany Firth and Jessica-Jane ApplegateGetty Images
There were lots more swimming medals for Para GB on the night. Gold medals went to Ollie Hynd in the men's SM8 200m medley and Hannah Russell in the women's S12 50m freestyle. Silver medals went to Abby Kane in the women's S13 100m backstroke, Tom Hamer in the men's SM14 200m medley and Stephanie Millward in the women's 200m individual medley. Bronze medals went to Andrew Mullen in the men's S5 100m freestyle and Ellie Robinson in the women's S6 100m freestyle.
Swimmer Ollie HyndEPA
It was an unusual set of results for the women's archery with Para GB winning gold, silver AND bronze. Gold went to Jess Stretton, silver to Jo Frith and bronze to Vicky Jenkins. Jo Frith also grabbed a gold medal in the mixed team archery competition with teammate John Walker.
Vicky Jenkins, Jess Stretton & Jo FrithReuters
Dame Sarah Storey won her 14th Paralympic gold medal in the Women's C4-5 cycling road race, with teammate Crystal Lane getting the bronze. In the men's B road race, Steve Bate, with pilot Adam Duggleby, won a bronze medal.
Dame Sarah Storey and Crystal LaneReuters
Para GB's men's wheelchair basketball team won a bronze medal.
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Alexandra Rickham and Niki Birrell won a bronze medal in sailing, in the two-person keelboat SKUD18. Another bronze sailing medal was won by Para GB's Helena Lucas in the one-person keelboat 2.4mR.
Alexandra Rickham & Niki BirrellReuters
Maria Lyle got another medal of the Games, a bronze in the women's T35 200m sprint
Maria LyleReuters
And Paul Blake added to his gold medal by winning a silver in the men's T36 800m
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Para GB's epic equestrian team, Natasha Baker, Sophie Christiansen, Anne Dunham and Sophie Wells, won gold in the Dressage mixed team event!
Equestrian TeamPA
Horse-rider Natasha Baker earned herself a gold in the Grade II freestyle equestrian event.
Natasha BakerPA
Hannah Cockcroft came to Rio hoping for three gold medals, and she got them! She won her third gold in the women's T34 800m wheelchair race.
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Para-swim team Claire Cashmore, Steph Millward, Steph Slater, Alice Tai took gold in the women's 4x100m medley -34pts.
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Awesome horse rider Sophie Christainsen took home another medal in the individual freestyle horse-ring event test grade 1a.
Sophie ChristiansenPA
Horse-rider Lee Pearson joined in the Para GB's success scoring a gold medal in the individual freestyle test grade 1B.
Lee PearsonPA
Gordon Reid took the top spot in the Men's singles wheelchair tennis beating fellow Brit Alfie Hewett and earning him a well deserved gold medal.
Para GB's David Smith thrashed his opponent 5 - 0 in the Boccia mixed individual BC1 final, to take the gold medal.
David SmithReuters
Para-athlete John Walker shot himself a gold medal in the individual compound W1 archery event. John became inspired to take up archery after watching USA’s armless archer Matt Stutzman in the London 2012 Para Games.
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Anne Dunham has won a silver medal in the individual freestyle test grade 1a in horse riding. This is Anne's fifth Paralympic Games, and she has won three medals so far this year - not bad eh?!
Anne DunhamPA
Alfie Hewett smashed his way to a silver medal in the men's wheelchair tennis singles event, adding to his second one.
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Three-time world champion Paul Blake won Great Britain's 50th gold medal of the Rio Paralympics with victory in the T36 400m. Blake, 26, led from the start to win in 54.49 seconds and improve on the silver medal he won in London 2012.
Paul BlakePA
Andrew Mullen stormed his way to a silver medal in the men's 200m freestyle S5 swimming event, missing out on the gold, by Brazil's champion Daniel Dias.
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David Stone nabbed a silver medal in the men's road race T1-2 (cycling). This is David's fourth Paralympics!
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Equestrian star Sophie Wells added a silver medal to her tally in the freestyle test event grade IV.
Sophie WellsPA
Kare Adenegan, who is just 15-years-old, won a bronze in the Women's T34 800m wheelchair racing - Amazing!
Kare AdeneganPA
Table-tennis ace Will Bayley was joined his team-mates Aaron McKibbin and Ross Wilson, in the table tennis team classes 6-8 event, and they managed to bag a bronze medal.
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Dan Greaves has won bronze in the Men's F44 Discus event, with a whopping throw of throw of 59.57m.
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Hannah Russell claimed another medal in the Women's S13 100m freestyle, and this time it's a bronze!
Hannah RussellAllsport/getty
Natasha Baker won gold in the Paralympic Dressage Grade II on her horse Cabral. Natasha is nicknamed 'the Horse Whisperer' because she can't use her legs when riding so she has to rely on talking to her horse to get it going.
Natasha BakerEPA
Sophie Christiansen has retained the Grade 1a Championship Equestrian title she won in London 2012. She finished with a score of 78.217 a massive four points clear of her team mate Anne Dunham and five ahead of Brazil's Sergio Olivia.
Sophie ChristiansenReuters
Anne Dickens won Britain's third para-canoeing gold on day eight of the Rio Paralympics, in the Women's KL3 200m final. It was also ParalympicGB's 100th medal in Rio.
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Great Britain's Emma Wiggs stormed to victory, winning gold in the 200m K1 canoeing final. She previously competed in London 2012 as part of ParalympicsGB's sitting volleyball team.
Emma WiggsReuters
Jeanette Chippington won the KL1 200m canoeing title. The 46-year-olds first Paralympics medal came 28 years ago- a silver competing in the 100m backstroke L4 at Seoul in 1988.
Jeanette ChippingtonAFP
At the age of 67, Anne Dunham won her eighth Paralympic medal, securing silver in the equestrian Grade 1a Championship. She was part of the teams that won gold medals in 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008 and also won the 1a championship title in 2008 as well
Anne DunhamAFP
Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett had to settle for a silver medal in the wheelchair tennis men's doubles after losing 6-2 4-6 6-1 to French duo Stephane Houdet and Nicolas Peifer.
Gordon Reid and Alfie HewettPA
After a terrible start in the T42 men's 100m Richard Whitehead came storming back to finish joint second. The judges couldn't decide who had crossed the line first so Dane Daniel Wagner and Whitehead were both awarded a silver medal.
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Great Britain finished second to China in the Women's T35-38 4x100m relay final. The team consisting of Kadeena Cox, Sophie Hahn, Georgie Hermitage and Maria Lyle won silver finishing in a time of 51.07 seconds.
Kadeena Cox, Sophie Hahn, Georgie Hermitage, Maria LylePA
Former army captain Nick Beighton won a bronze in the Para-canoeing men’s KL2 final.
Nick BeightonPA
Great Britain's Charlotte Henshaw claimed a bronze medal in the women's 100m breaststroke SB6 final. She beat teammate Ellie Simmonds who could only finish in fourth. The 29-year-old from Mansfield won silver in the same event at London four years ago.
Charlotte HenshawPA
Ian Marsden won a bronze medal in the 200m KL1. He was close to taking gold after being involved in a three-way photo-finish in a thrilling race at Rio's Lagoa Stadium course. The 44 year old was the oldest competitor in the final.
Ian MarsdenPA
Hannah Russell was the favourite in this race and she did not disappoint. The 20-year-old finished over five seconds ahead of Yaryna Matlo to win gold in the Women's S12 100m backstroke, with a world record time of one minute 06.06 seconds.
Hannah RussellPress Association
It was another British one-two in the pool with Aaron Moores beating teammate Scott Quin to take gold in the Men's SB14 100m breaststroke.
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Competing at his first Paralympic Games, Michael Jones has won gold in the Men's S7 400m freestyle race . Jones overtook fellow Brit Jon Fox at the 300m mark to take the top spot on the podium in four minutes 45.78 seconds.
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That's four Paralympic golds for Hannah Cockroft, and her second in Rio after winning the Women's T34 400m final race.
Hannah CockroftAP
Steve Bate and pilot Adam Duggleby won Britain's third cycling gold on day seven of the olympics with victory in the men's B tandem time-trial. It's the pair's second gold of the Games after their tandem pursuit win.
Steve Bate and pilot Adam DugglebyPA
Riding her horse Valerius, Sophie Wells scored 74.857 to win gold in the Dressage grade 4 individual championship. Wells, 26, got two silvers and a gold in the team event at London 2012.
Sophie WellsReuters
Another superb performance from 25-year-old Kadeena Cox saw her win the T38 400m race in a time of one minute 00.72 seconds, to take her second gold of the Rio Paralympics in a second sport.
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45-year-old Karen Darke went one better than her silver medal at London 2012 winning gold in the H1-3 time trial. She managed to win despite having to put her chain back on part way through the 20km course.
Karen DarkePA
Dame Sarah Storey won the C5 3,000m individual pursuit gold on Friday to become the most successful British female Paralympian of all time, that's her 13th gold Paralympic medal.
Dame Sarah StoreyReuters
Andy Lapthorne was beaten by Dylan Alcott 6-3 6-4 in the quad singles final to take silver. It's his second medal of the games after winning the doubles bronze with Jamie Burdekin on day five.
Andy LapthorneEPA
Bethany Firth has won silver in the women's SB14 100m breaststroke, it's her third medal of the games having already won two golds.
Bethany FirthPA
Scott Quinn had to settle for a silver medal in the Men's SB14 100m breaststroke, after fellow Brit Aaron Moores beat him on the line.
Scott QuinnReuters
Jonathan Fox just couldn't hold out to beat Michael Jones in the Men's S7 400m freestyle final. He finished four seconds behind the new Paralympic champion to win silver.
Jonathan FoxReuters
It was another silver medal for Claire Cashmore who is competing in her fourth Paralympic games. Cashmore, who won two silver medals at London 2012, has three more chances to upgrade to gold later this week.
Great Britain's flag-bearer Lee Pearson took the silver medal in the individual test dressage final. It's his 13th Paralympic medal in his fourth Games.
Lee PearsonPA
GB's Susie Rodgers claimed her third medal in a week by taking bronze in the Women's S7 400m freestyle final.
Susie RodgersPA
Kare Adenegan finished behind Hannah Cockroft and Alexa Halko of the USA to win bronze in the Women's T34 400m final.
Kare AdeneganPress Association
David Stone took bronze in in the men's tricycle T1-2 time trial.
David StoneReuters
Lora Turnham and pilot Corrine Hall won bronze in the Tandem B time trial. It's a first Paralympic medal for Turnham who came seventh in this event in the London 2012 Paralympic games.
Lora Turnham and pilot Corrine HallPA
Great Britain's teenage sprint star Maria Lyle, who has cerebral palsy, took bronze in the T35 100m final. She finished behind China's 17-year-old Zhou Xia and Australia's world record holder Isis Holt.
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Talk about a close race, Matt Wylie won his first ever Paralympics gold medal by a fingertip in the men's S9 50m freestyle race, beating Australia's Timothy Disken by four hundredths of a second.
Matt WylieReuters
GB's Libby Clegg has become a double Paralympic gold medallist after winning the women's T11 200m. Running alongside guide Chris Clarke she set a new Paralympic record, finishing in 24.51 seconds
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Steph Millward has finally upgraded from silver to gold, winning the Women's S8 100m backstroke in a new Paralympic record time of one minute 13.02 seconds .
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Hollie Arnold has won gold in the women's F46 javelin. The 22-year-old finished 11th and fifth in the event at Beijing 2008 and London 2012, but broke the world record twice on her way to winning the competition in Rio.
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Former rugby player Rob Davies has won gold in the Men's table tennis class 1 after beating South Korea's Young Dae Joo 3-1 in the final.
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Georgie Hermitage won Great Britain's 29th gold of the Games when she stormed to victory in the Hermitage T37 400m final. She won in a world-record time of one minute 00.43 seconds
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Olliver will still have the bragging rights in the Hynd household after a silver medal in the Men's S8 100m backstroke means he has two golds and two silvers to brother Sam's one gold and two bronze.
Oliver HyndAP
Britain's Piers Gilliver had to settle for silver in the men's individual epee after narrowly losing to China's Sun Gang, the reigning world champion.
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Wimbledon champions Jordanne Whiley and Lucy Shuker came away with a Bronze medal in the Women's wheelchair doubles after beating Japan's Miho Nijo and Yuii Kamji 6-3 0-6 6-1.
Jordanne Whiley and Lucy ShukerAP
Ellie Simmonds showed great strength to chase down her younger rival Ellie Robinson to take the bronze medal in the Women's S6 400m freestyle.
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After a four-and-a-half hour long match, Andy Lapthorne and Jamie Burdekin beat Israel's Itai Erenlib and Shraga Weinburg to take bronze in the quad doubles wheelchair tennis.
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Treble Paralympic champion Stephen Miller has won bronze in the men's F32 club throw. He threw a season best to finish third behind winner Poland's Maciej Sochal.
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First-time Paralympian Jodie Grinham and John Stubbs have won silver in the mixed team compound, they reached the gold-medal match after beating South Korea but unfortunately couldn't get past China in the final.
John Stubbs and Jodie GrinhamReuters
Jonathan Broom-Edwards jumped a seasons best 2.10m to win a silver medal in the Men's T44 high jump.
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Ellie Simmonds successfully defended her SM6 200m medley title from London and in doing so set a new record finishing in two minutes and 59.81 seconds. She's the first ever women in the event to go below the three minute mark.
Ellie SimmondsEuropean Photopress Agency
As if winning two gold medals wasn't enough. Susie Rodgers has completed a hat trick of golds after winning the Women's S7 50m butterfly .
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Sascha Kindred claimed his seventh Paralympic gold medal setting a new world record in the Men's SM6 200m individual medley.
Sascha KindredPress Association
Para champion Aled Davies broke the Paralympic F42 shot put record, by throwing a whopping 15.97 metres, getting him a gold medal.
Aled DaviesReuters
Will Bayley climbed onto the table a champ after winning gold in the men's class 7 table tennis. It's his third Paralympic medal - he now has bronze, silver and finally gold!
Will BayleyPA
It was a first Paralympic medal for 18-year-old Amy Marren who won bronze in the women's 200m individual medley SM9 final.
Amy MarrenPA
Para GB champion Richard Whitehead just bagged a gold medal in the 200m T42 sprint in a super-quick time of 23.39secs.
Richard WhiteheadALLSPORT
Cyclist Lora Turnham and her pilot Corrine Hall have won gold in the women's tandem B 3km pursuit, beating rivals New Zealand by nearly three seconds!
Lora TurnhamALLSPORT
Thomas Hamer has won a silver medal in the men's 200m freestyle S14 swimming final. Thomas started swimming when he was only five-years-old and this is his first ever Paralympic Games.
Thomas HamerPA
Para-cyclist Neil Fachie and his pilot Pete Mitchell swiped a silver medal for Great Briton in the men's tandem B 1000m cycling time trial.
Neil Fachie and Pete MitchellAdam Davy
Bethany Firth won her second gold in the pool, winning the women's 200m freestyle S14 race. She finished three-and-a-half seconds clear of any other swimmer and set a new Paralympic record.
Beth FirthPA
Para-rower Tom Aggar won a bronze medal in the men's single sculls rowing final.
Tom AggarAFP
It was another world record and a gold medal for Jody Cundy, Jon Allan-Butterworth and Louis Rolfe in the velodrome. They beat defending champions China in the men's mixed team sprint C1-5.
Jody Cundy, Jon Allan-Butterworth and Louis RolfeReuters
Rachel Morris bagged another gold medal for Great Britain in the Women's single sculls (rowing), beating China in a very tense race to the finish!
Rachel MorrisAP
Lauren Rowles and Laurence Whiteley added another gold in the mixed trunk and arm double sculls.
Lauren Rowles and Laurence WhiteleyAP
Swimmer Stephanie Millward wins bronze in the women's 100m freestyle S8 event, the seventh Paralympic medal of her career.
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Sophie Thornhill and her pilot Helen Scott added to their medal collection, by winning a bronze in the women's cycling tandem B 3km pursuit.
Sophie ThornhillALLSPORT
Rebecca Redfern has smashed her personal best and taken a silver medal in the women's 100m breaststroke final.
Rebecca RedfernPA
Britain's Jo Butterfield can add Paralympic champion to her list of achievements, winning gold in the F51 club throw final. She even broke her own world record with a throw of 22.81m.
Jo ButterfieldPA
The mixed coxed four team of Grace Clough, Daniel Brown, Pamela Relph, James Fox and cox James Oliver won gold in the rowing.
Grace Clough, Daniel Brown, Pamela Relph, James Fox and cox James OliverReuters
Alison Patrick and her guide Hazel Smith, have won silver in the PT5 para-triathlon. Alison is visually impaired, meaning she cant see very well, so her guide Hazel helps her to stay in the right direction, whilst swimming, cycling and running.
Alison PatrickPA
Fellow Para GB triathlete Melissa Reid and her guide Nicole Walters followed Alison, to score a bronze medal in the PT5 para-triathlon.
Melissa ReidAFP
Lauren Steadman won a silver medal in the Para-triathlon. Steadman had led in the event but was caught by American Grace Norman in the final stage.
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Great Britain's Josef Craig has won another Paralympic medal. He won bronze in the Men's 100m freestyle S8 final and already has a gold medal from London 2012.
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Dave Henson won a bronze medal in the 200m T42 final, five years after his lost his legs while he was serving with the military in Afghanistan. "Five and a half years ago I nearly died. I've got my wife and daughter watching at home. Words can't express how thankful I am for their support," said Dave.
Dave HensonPA
It was a silver medal in the pool for Great Britain as Jessica-Jane Applegate, who won this event in London four years ago, came second.
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She's done it again! Kadeena Cox has become the first Brit since 1988 to win a medal in two sports at the same Paralympics. She added her cycling gold to the T38 100m athletics bronze she claimed on day 2.
Britain's Hannah Cockroft retained her T34 100m title with a Paralympic record.
Hannah CockroftPA
She took her place on the winners podium with team-mate Kare Adenegan, who took silver in the same race.
Kare AdeneganPA
Andy Lewis won GB's first gold of day 3, with victory in the gruelling PT2 Para-triathlon. It's the first time the event has been held at the games.
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Alice Tai took bronze in the women's S10 100m backstroke, much to the excitement of her 'Team Tai' fans.
Alice TaiPA
Toby Gold won silver in the men's T33 100m...
Toby GoldPA
... and collected his medal alongside fellow GB champ Andy Small, who took bronze.
Andy Small and Toby GoldPA
Sabrina Fortune added another bronze medal to the GB tally in the women's F20 shot put competition.
Sabrina FortuneReuters
Jonnie Peacock held on to his T44 100m title with an amazing performance to win Great Britain's seventh gold medal of the second day of the competition. He won the race in just 10.81 seconds!
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Britain's Georgina Hermitage took gold and ran her way into the record books with a time of 13.13 seconds in the T37 100m.
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Libby Clegg, who is visually impaired and runs with the help of her guide Chris Clarke, also broke a world record winning gold in the T11 100m,
Libby CleggPA
Sophie Hahn also claimed gold in her 100m race. Hahn took up running after watching the 2012 London Olympics and Paralympics on television.
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She took the podium with Britain's Kadeena Cox who took bronze.
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Stef Reid came second in the T44 long jump, securing another silver medal for Great Britain.
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In the pool, Ellie Robinson wonanother gold medal for Britain and set a Paralympic record in the S6 50m butterfly final. The fifteen-year-old school girl from Northampton was inspired to compete by watching her now-Great Britain team-mate Ellie Simmonds, among others, at London 2012.
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Steph Slater also claimed a medal in the water. The swimmer from Preston won silver in the women's 100m butterfly S8.
Steph SlaterPA
Bronze medals were won by swimmers Susannah Rodgers, in the women's 50m freestyle...
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and Lewis White, in the men's 400m freestyle.
Lewis WhitePA
Powerlifter Ali Jawad won silver in the 59kg category...
Ali JawadReuters
... and Zoe Newson took Bronze in the 45kg event.
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In the velodrome, Jody Cundy won gold in the men's C4 1km time trial with a new Paralympic record in Rio. The 37-year-old, who had his right foot amputated aged three, said: "I'm properly pleased and was exhausted afterwards." "To do it on the big stage was important," he added.
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And cyclists Sophie Thornhill and her pilot Helen Scott won the women's B 1,000m time trial gold. Thornhill, 20, told BBC Sport: "I can't believe it - gold is something I've dreamt of for so long and we have it."
Gold medallists Sophie Thornhill and Helen Scott competing in the women's B 1,000m time trial at the Rio Paralympics.PA
Athlete Louis Rolfe also won a medal in the cycling, taking a bronze in the men's C2 3km individual pursuit.
Louis RolfePA
Club thrower Gemma Prescott secured a bronze medal with a fantastic performance in the F32 competition.
Gemma PrescottReuters
Para cyclist Steve Bate and his pilot Adam Duggleby managed to bag gold medals in the men's B 4,000m individual pursuit final, finishing around a second in front of the Dutch team.
Steve Bate (with pilot Adam Duggleby)ALLSPORT/GETTY
Swimmer Beth Firth won gold in the women's S14 100m backstroke, and managed to set a new world record at the same time! - Amazing!
Megan Giglia picked up Para GB's first gold this Paralympics, in the women's C1-3 3,000m individual pursuit in track cycling, and she only started cycling three years ago!
Ollie Hynd scored an impressive gold medal in the Men's S8 400m freestyle swimming event, smashing his brother Sam's Paralympic record, which had stood since Beijing in 2008! Apparently he is aiming to win three golds this Paralympics, so that's one down two to go Ollie!
Oliver HyndPA
Paralympic legend Dame Sarah Storey added another gold medal to her collection by winning the Women's C5 3,000m individual pursuit track cycling event. This makes her Great Britain's most successful female Paralympian.
Dame Sarah StoreyAllsport/getty
Para athlete Jon Fox bagged an impressive silver medal in the men's S7 100m backstroke, after missing out on gold by the length of a finger tip!
Jon FoxPA
As well as having a super cool name, Crystal Lane also now has a super cool silver medal after coming second in the Women's C5 3,000m individual pursuit track cycling event.
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Harriet Lee swiped a silver medal in the Women's SB9 100m breaststroke swimming event. She said she would miss her two dogs while she was away in Rio, and was planning to speak to them using her laptop!
Harriet LeePA
Para GB athlete Andrew Mullen scored a bronze medal in the Men's S5 200m freestyle swimming final, finishing behind Brazilian Paralympic swimming legend Daniel Dias.
Andrew MullenReuters
Stephanie Millward won a Bronze medal in the women's S8 400m freestyle swimming. She won a whopping four silvers and a bronze at London 2012 Paralympics.
Stephanie MillwardPA
Jessica-Jane Applegate won Bronze in the Women's S14 100m backstroke swimming, and it's not even her best event! She won gold in the London 2012 Paralympics when she was just 16-years-old.
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