Storey wins third cycling gold

ParalympicsGB cyclist Sarah Storey has added to her medal haul by winning gold in the Women's Individual C5 Time Trial. Mark Colbourne has won silver in the Men's Individual C1 Time Trial.

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Silver and bronze for GB in the women's 100m breaststroke

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GB have two finalists coming up in the 100m Breaststroke -SB6 Liz Johnson & Charlotte Henshaw who both set Paralympic records in the heats

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SILVER for Henshaw in 1.39.16, just 0.03 behind Savtsoba of the Ukraine. BRONZE for Liz Johnson in 1.40.90 - two podium places for GB

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Pistorius returns to the track with a win

Oscar Pistorius returned to the track for the first time since he was defeated by Alan Fonteles Oliveira in the T44 200 metres. Pistorius complained moments after his defeat that athletes were changing the size of their blades.

Oscar Pistorius (left) and Jonnie Peacock have both qualified for the final of men's 100m T44. Credit: PA Wire

He put that behind him tonight with a win in the T44 100 metres, qualifying for Thursday evening's final. He will be joined by Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock.who convincingly won his heat.

Sir John Major bucks trend and is cheered at Paralympics

Former Conservative Prime Minister Sir John Major has received a "fulsome applause" at the aquatics centre, days after Chancellor George Osborne was booed by the crowd in the Olympic Stadium.

The Daily Telegraph's chief sports reporter Paul Kelso tweeted:

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(Former) Conservative Chancellor cheered. Sir John Major handing out the medals at the Aquatic Centre. Fulsome applause.

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More applause for Major for second medal ceremony. He's waving now. One more medal and he'll bow.

Hynd stunned by gold

Great Britain's Oliver Hynd on his way to winning the Gold medal in the Men's 200m Individual Medley - SM8. Credit: PA Wire

Oliver Hynd said he was stunned by his gold. "I don't believe it - it's amazing," he told Channel 4.

He added: "When I touched I didn't really want to believe it. I thought 'it can't be right' but I'm Paralympic champion and I'm over the moon. This has just been amazing."

Great Britain's Oliver Hynd celebrates winning the gold medal. Credit: PA Wire

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