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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.
Another Shropshire Paralympic Gold! This time to Telford's Danielle Brown. Brilliant!!
Congratulations to both Danielle Brown who has won GOLD and compatriot Mel Clarke wins SILVER in Women's Individual Compound Open !
Danielle Brown from Telford has beaten Mel Clarke from Worcester 6-4 in an all-Midlands final of the Women's Individual Compound archery. It means Danielle has defended the title she won in Beijing in 2008.
Danielle Brown from Telford will take on Mel Clarke from Worcester in an all-Midlands final of the Women's Individual Compound archery. It's due to get underway at 16:15 (4th September).
Danielle Brown has won her Women's Individual Compound archery semi-final 4-2. The second semi-final featuring Worester's Mel Clarke is underway.
Looking to be one half of a Midlands one-two, Clarke bids to make the archery final today.Read the full story ›
Danielle Brown will be hoping for a second successive gold in the Women's Compound today.Read the full story ›
Defending champion Danielle Brown from Telford has equalled her own Paralympic record of 676 in the Women's Individual Compound competition.
She goes into tomorrow's quarter finals as the top ranked archer.
Mel Clarke from Worcester has also put herself in a good position to win a medal. She qualified in third place by shooting 648.
The ranking rounds are not open to the public.