Rio Paralympics 2016: Abby Kane, 13, sixth in Paralympics final
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Scottish 13-year-old Abby Kane finished sixth in the 400m freestyle final at the Rio Paralympics.
Kane, from Largs, achieved a personal best time of 4:49.27 as Rebecca Meyers of the United States lowered the world record by two seconds to win gold.
It was Meyers' third gold medal in Brazil - and she has a chance of two more.
Kane, who was in her first Olympic final, competes in her own favoured 100m backstroke later in the week.
Scottish swimmer Andrew Mullen couldn't add to his bronze medal from earlier in the Paralympic Games as the Glaswegian finished fifth in the 50m freestyle S5 category.
Libby Clegg, who took gold in the T11 100m on Friday, comfortably qualified for the T11 200m final on Tuesday (23:42 BST), along with her guide Chris Clarke.
In the wheelchair tennis, Gordon Reid advanced to the men's quarter-finals with a breezy 6-0 6-2 win over France's Frederic Cattaneo.
"I think that was one of the best matches I've ever played and I'm really loving it out there on Centre Court," said the 24-year-old Wimbledon and Australian Open champion, who plays Argentine Gustavo Fernandez on Tuesday.
"It was the hottest we've had it so far but to have only dropped five games in singles so far is really great.
"I'm feeling relaxed and confident and I think my recent Grand Slam success, particularly at Wimbledon this year, has helped on that front. I've got good momentum and form coming into the Games."