Dave Stone has won a silver medal in the T1-2 road race at the Paralympic games.
The Birmingham cyclist was the defending Paralympic champion, and has won gold in this event in the last two games.
This was his second medal in Rio after winning a bronze on Wednesday in the time trial.
Paralympic champion Richard Whitehead has won a silver (joint) medal in the Men's 100m T42 final.
The Nottingham athlete was determined to take the gold to add to his T42 200m win.
But it wasn't to be as his main rival Australian Scott Reardo powered over the line.
With a hair length between Whitehead and Daniel Wagner from Denmark, the judges can't decide awarded them both a silver.
It was a bronze medal for Paralympian Charlotte Henshaw from Mansfield who finished with a time of 1:37.79 in the SB6 100m Breaststroke final.
The 29-year-old from Mansfield won silver in the same event at London four years ago.
Walsall's Ellie Simmonds who was also competing in the event missed out on another medal finishing behind her team mate in fourth place.
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Jon-Allan Butterworth, Jody Cundy and Louis Rolfe were seen celebrating with their gold medals after winning the Mixed C1-5 750m Team Sprint Final during the fourth day of the Paralympics at Rio.