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Worcester ParalympicsGB archer Mel Clarke says she is proud of her silver medal.
Mel took silver after getting to the archery final against fellow ParalympicsGB teammate Danielle Brown.
Mel was beaten 6-4 by the 2008 Paralympic champion from West Yorkshire in a tense final of the women's individual compound competition. However, Mel says she is overcome with a mixture of emotions after her medal success.
The parents of ParalympicsGB swimmers Oliver and Sam Hynd have described the success of their children as "fantastic" and "unbelievable".
Earlier today (5 September), 17-year-old Oliver Hynd and his 21-year-old brother Sam finished in first and second place respectively in the Men's 200m Individual Medley SM8 heats, qualifying for tonight's final.
Oliver and Sam Hynd have finished in first and second place in the Men's 200m Individual Medley SM8 heats.
The brothers raced next to each other in lanes three and four and have both qualified for the final later today (5 September).
A post box in Telford is being painted gold today, to celebrate Mickey Bushell's Paralympic gold medal win in the Athletics: Track Men's 100m - T53 final.
He stormed to victory and made a Paralympic record of 14.75 seconds. Bushell took silver in Beijing in the same event.
Painting of the post box, on Arleston Lane (at the junction with Windsor Road) in Telford, will start at 10am today (5 September).
Walsall's 17-year-old Ellie Simmonds has won bronze in the Women's 50m freestyle to add to her two gold medals.
Nottingham's Oliver Hynd has won bronze in the S8 100m backstroke adding to the silver medal he won last week.