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Summary

  1. GB second to China in T35-38 4x100m relay final
  2. GB win three dressage medals - Christiansen wins individual gold, Dunham individual silver, team gold
  3. Wheelchair tennis: GB's Reid & Hewett beaten in final by French pair, take silver medal
  4. Athletics: Whitehead wins T44 100m silver
  5. Swimming: Henshaw takes bronze in Women's 100m breaststroke SB6 final; Simmonds sixth
  6. Afternoon session: GB win one equestrian & three canoeing medals

Live Reporting

By Michael Emons and Nate Williams

All times stated are UK

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  1. Another good day

    Well, it was a golden morning for ParalympicsGB but the evening was lined with silver. 

    Gordon Reid & Alfie Hewett lost the men's doubles final but the two friends will battle it out for gold tomorrow. 

    And other honourable mentions go to Richard Whitehead and the team of Kadeena Cox, Maria Lyle, Georgina Hermitage and Sophie Hahn on the track. 

    But ParalympicsGB will have many more chances to reach a golden half century tomorrow. 

    Join us then on Sportsday from 08:00 BST. 

  2. Athletics

    Great Britain win relay silver in the women's T35-38 4x100m relay

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Great Britain's successful silver medallists have been speaking to BBC Radio 5 live after their second place finish earlier this evening.

    Kadeena Cox: "It felt great, I got out of the blocks the best I have in the whole competition and I just didn't want Maria to run away from me."

    Maria Lyle: "Me and Kadeena, like a lot of the other girls, have worked hard on the changeover so I'm glad it went well. If it was safe that was good, we PB'd and you can't ask for more than that."

    Sophie Hahn: "China put up a fantastic time, I wanted to catch them but there's always next year in London and we want to do better then."

    Great Britain
  3. Swimming - GB finish fourth

    Women's 4x100m 34 points relay

    A shaky start but there was too much water between Amy Marren and Alice Tai as the girls finish fourth behind China.

    Australia top the podium with a monstrous effort, having smashed the world record by a few seconds, lowering it to 4:16.83. 

    Steph Millward and Susie Rodgers, the slower of the four, covered the first half well and Amy Marren gets GB into contention for bronze at the 300m turn. 

    But China fight back on the last length to knock GB off the podium. Unlucky. 

  4. Swimming

    Women's 4x100m freestyle 34 points relay

    Australia have a good lead at the front but Amy Marren is going strong in third at the halfway point. 

    Can Susie Rodgers and Alice Tai bring home a medal? 

  5. Post update

    We hope you've enjoyed tonight's action? We certainly have. 

    But don't go anywhere yet. 

    ParalympicsGB could still win one more medal in the women's 4x100m relay in the pool. 

    Steph Millward, Amy Marren, Susie Rodgers and Alice Tai are the chosen women. 

    Watch this space. 

  6. Friends become rivals

    Nick Hope

    BBC Sport's Paralympics reporter in Rio

    So, it was silver tonight for GB's Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett but tomorrow only one of them will secure gold in the singles final when they face one another.

    But how is each player feeling ahead of that match-up having teamed up together and taken home silver in the men's doubles?

    "It's incredible and to have an all-British final is the stuff of dreams," Wimbledon singles champion Reid tells BBC Radio 5 Live.

    "We're not sharing a room or even in the same apartment and I don't think we'll be having breakfast together tomorrow, but there is a lot of respect between us." 

    Alfie Hewett told me: "It'll be tough as we train together and know each other's games inside out and I'll speak with my psychologist as I can struggle against big players, but I'll have to treat him like a stranger."

    Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett
  7. Brazil: Kings of the Paralympic pitches

    Brazilians are known for being good with their feet, especially when a ball is placed in front of them. 

    In fact, they're so good that some of them can play football without looking. 

    Brazil have won three Paralympic titles in 5-a-side football, commonly known as blind football, and they can now go for their fourth title in a row after beating China in the semi finals. 

    Superstar Jefinho scored both goals as he helped his side to a fourth consecutive Paralympic final. 

    Football 5-a-side
  8. Butterfield revels in golden moment

    Athletics

    Club throw gold medallist Jo Butterfield has told BBC Sport's Jamie Broughton that the reaction to her Paralympic success has been phenomenal.

    Butterfield was victorious on Sunday night at the Athletics Stadium, setting a new world record on the way.

    "People everywhere, from every different walk of life are all getting on social media to say well done and congratulations," she said.

    "I had a tweet from the cat at Downing Street. All gold medallists seem to have got one. It’s a bit weird, but kind of cool.”

    Jo Butterfield
  9. Paralympic Swimming

    Women's 4x100m freestyle - 34pts final

    We still have the women's 4x100m free 34 pts final in the pool to come. 

    The chosen women are... Stephanie Millward, Amy Marren, Susannah Rodgers and Alice Tai.

    Can they make it a golden ending to another fantastic night for ParalympicsGB?

  10. Paralympic Athletics

    Great Britain win relay silver in the women's 4x100m relay

    Now you can watch the latest of Great Britain's medals - a silver in the 4x100m relay.

  11. Think you could be a Paralympian?

    #GetInspired

    Nathan Stephens, a former Paralympics javelin thrower, talks about his Sport Wales role trying to unearth the nation's disability sports stars of the future....    

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    Video caption: Think you could be a Paralympian?

    If you want to find out more about disability sport click here - or find inclusive options on our full list of guides.

  12. World record - Synder (USA)

    Swimming: Men's 100m freestyle S11

    Another world record in the pool, this one coming from America's Bradley Snyder in the men's 100m freestyle S11 heats.

    He wins his race in 56.15 seconds. Well done, sir.

  13. Proud parents

    Paralympic athletics: Whitehead wins silver in 100m T42

    Richard Whitehead's parents have been proud spectators at Rio as their son has won gold and silver medals at the 200m T42 and 100m T42 respectively.

    Mum Geraldine told BBC Radio 5 live: "It's the furthest I've been in an aeroplane. We've not done anything like this before but we thought it was important to support him. 

    "For a fortnight we've been stressing and worrying about different things but it's been well worth it. We've had a good cry."

    Dad John added: "It's been amazing to see him achieve certain things people say he can't."

    Richard Whitehead
  14. Wheelchair Tennis

    Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett win silver

    Nick Hope

    BBC Sport's Paralympics reporter in Rio

    Managed a quick look at the Paralympic medals ahead of presentation. I doubt the smiles of Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett will quite match those of the Rio 2016 mascots after finishing with silver, mind...

    They are young though - Reid, 24 and Hewett, 18 - so both are likely to be back battling for honours together in Tokyo in four years time.

    Tom mascots
  15. 'Silver no mean feat'

    Women's 4x100m Relay - T35-38 Final

    Allison Curbishley

    BBC athletics expert on Radio 5 live

    That was slick from China. They came here and meant business. Our girls were always trailing in their wake.

    But it's a great silver medal. I do hope they are chuffed. To be beaten by a world record is no mean feat.

  16. Silver medal - Great Britain (Cox, Lyle, Hermitage, Hahn)

    Women's T35-38 4x100m relay

    Gold number 50 won't come on the track as China pull away for the gold. 

    It was a good start on the first two changeovers from the Chinese to get away from Kadeena Cox and Maria Lyle, but a phenomenal run on the bend from Georgina Hermitage pulled Sophie Hahn level with their rivals on the final leg. 

    Hahn pumps her arms but she's not got enough track left as China stumble over the line with Hahn close behind. 

    Good effort though as China set a new world record of 50.81 seconds with GB stopping at 51.07.

  17. Paralympic Athletics

    Next up is the women's 4x100m T35-38 relay.

    Kadeena Cox to Maria Lyle to Georgie Hermitage to Sophie Hahn. Will it be a medal-winning quartet?

  18. World record - China

    Women's T53-54 4x400m relay

    They've absolutely obliterated the world record. 

    China are well clear of the field and stop the clock at 3:32.12. Impressive team work from the Chinese. 

    And gold number four wasn't to be for USA's Tatyana McFadden as her team mates leave her with too much work to do. 

    The Americans take silver though and they won't be joined on the podium as the only teams left, Australia and Turkey are both disqualified for lane infringements. 

    Zou Lihong of China
  19. Joy for Spain; pain for GB

    Wheelchair basketball

    Elizabeth Hudson

    BBC Sport's Paralympics reporter in Rio

    There are contrasting fortunes in the interview area which the two sets of players go through after their matches.

    The Great Britain players are bitterly disappointed after losing the semi-final but the Spanish team, who have reached a first Paralympic final and secured a first-ever medal, celebrate wildly.

    "They came out firing and their big guys caused us all sorts of problems and then once they got inside they got the two points," said GB's Ian Sagar.

    "Tonight just wasn't our night and it's soul destroying. But we are determined not to go home empty-handed."

    Spanish celebrations
  20. Wheelchair Tennis

    Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett win silver in the men's doubles

    Nick Hope

    BBC Sport's Paralympics reporter in Rio

    Not to be for GB's Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett, as the pair go down 6-2, 4-6, 6-1 to French pair Stephane Houdet and Nicolas Peifer.

    They battled hard in the second set to come back into contention but ultimately they couldn't match that intensity in the decider and it's France left celebrating.

    Silver is still an impressive result for the GB pair and there is some consolation ... tomorrow night one of them will secure a gold medal as Hewett and Reid face-off in the singles final.

    Tennis