Winter Paralympics: These are the medals GB have won so far

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Menna Fitzpatrick and her guide, Jen Kehoe and obviously over the moon after coming through to grab ParalympicsGB's first Paralympic Gold!

Paralympics GB have hit their medal target over night at the Paralympics with two more medals coming in from Menna Fitzpatrick and Millie Knight!

Not only that, but Menna Fitzpatrick won gold!

It's Paralympics GB's first gold medal of the 2018 Winter Paralympics and as you can see from the picture above, Menna and her guide Jen are pretty pleased about it.

It didn't take long for Paralympics GB to get onto the podium, winning their first medal on day one of the competition.

Let's take a look at the other medals that have been won so far...

Slalom

GOLD: MENNA FITZPATRICK AND GUIDE JEN KEHOE
BRONZE: MILLIE KNIGHT AND GUIDE BRETT WILD
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What a great performance so far from all of ParalympicGB!

It was smiles all round for Paralympics GB after the Slalom event yesterday.

Menna Fitzpatrick and her guide, Jen Kehoe secured gold, beating Slovakia's Henrieta Farkasova and Natalia Subrtova by just 0.66 seconds.

Its the first gold for GB this games and only our second Paralympic gold ever!

Millie Knight and her guide Brett Wild came through to win a bronze as well, taking Paralympic GB's medal total to seven.

Alpine Skiing, Giant Slalom

SILVER: MENNA FITZPATRICK AND GUIDE JEN KEHOE
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Menna Fitzpatrick and her guide Jen Kehoe hug after taking silver in the Giant Slalom

Menna Fitzpatrick and her guide Jen Kehoe won silver after finishing second in the women's visually impaired giant slalom.

They clocked two minutes 28.34 seconds over two runs to take silver. Slovakia's Henrieta Farkasova and Natalia Subrtova were 5.34secs ahead to win gold.

It's Menna and Jen's third medal of the games and takes Paralympics GB's medal tally to four - the target is seven overall.

Alpine Skiing, Super combined

SILVER: MENNA FITZPATRICK AND GUIDE JEN KEHOE
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Menna and Jen also claimed an excellent Winter Paralympic silver medal in the women's visually impaired super combined event.

The British duo's overall time of two minutes 29 seconds was 1.78secs behind the winners, with Australia's Melissa Perrine and Christian Geiger taking bronze.

Alpine Skiing, Women's Downhill

SILVER: MILLIE KNIGHT AND GUIDE BRETT WILD
Silver medalist Millie Knight of Great Britain, Gold medalist Henrieta Farkasova of Slovakia and bronze medalist Eleonor Sana of Belgium pose for the medal ceremony of the Alpine Skiing Women's Downhill - Visually Impaired during day one of the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Games on March 10, 2018 in Pyeongchang-gun, South Korea.Getty Images

Britain's Millie Knight and guide Brett Wild took downhill silver on the opening day of the Winter Paralympics in Pyeongchang.

The pair finished 0.86 seconds behind defending Paralympic champions Henrieta Farkasova and guide Natalia Subrtova of Slovakia.

Millie only has 5% vision and is registered blind, so sighted Brett communicates with her during their race via a Bluetooth headset.

The guides also wear orange bibs for easier recognition on the slopes.

Alpine Skiing, Women's Super G

SILVER: MILLIE KNIGHT AND GUIDE BRETT WILD
BRONZE: MENNA FITZPATRICK AND GUIDE JEN KEHOE
Silver Medalists Millie Knight and her Guide Brett Wild of Great Britain, Gold Medalists Henrieta Farkasova and her guide Natalia Subrtova of Slovakia and Bronze Medalists Menna Fitzpatrick and her guide Jennifer Kehow of Great Britain pose during the victory ceremony during day two of the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Games on March 11, 2018 in Pyeongchang-gun, South Korea.Getty Images

Great Britain won silver and bronze in the women's super G for visually-impaired skiers on day two of the 2018 Winter Paralympics in Pyeongchang.

Millie Knight and Brett Wild claimed their second silver medals of the Games, finishing behind Slovakia's Henrieta Farkasova and Natalia Subrtova, once again.

Menna Fitzpatrick and Jen Kehoe came third, claiming a bronze. Like Millie, Menna has 5% vision, and competes alongside her guide.

Defending champion GB's Kelly Gallagher and guide Gary Smith came eighth.