Yorkshire rowers Laurence Whiteley and Grace Clough added two more to Paralympics GB's haul today.
Whiteley, who's from Northallerton, won gold in the mixed double sculls with his partner Lauren Rowles. The pair led from the start and and held off a strong challenge from China.
And then Sheffield's Grace Clough rounded off a memorable day for British rowing when the mixed cox four, of Clough, James Fox, Daniel Brown and Pamela Relph, won gold with a dominant performance.
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