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Matthew Wylie claims gold in the S9 50m freestyle

Matthew Wylie celebrates winning the Men's 50m freestyle. Credit: PA Wire

Matthew Wylie has won a gold medal in the S9 50m freestyle event at the Paralympic Games in Rio.

The swimmer beat Australia's Timothy Disken by just four hundredths of a second with a time of 25.95 seconds.

Libby Clegg and Chris Clarke win T11 200m gold

Libby Clegg set a new Paralympic record alongside guide Chris Clarke. Credit: PA Wire

ParalympicsGB's Libby Clegg has won gold in the T11 200m event alongside guide Chris Clarke.

Clegg set a new Paralympic record, finishing at a time of 24.51 seconds.

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Stephanie Millward wins gold in 100m backstroke

Stephanie Millward set a new best of 1:13.02. Credit: PA Wire

Stephanie Millward has claimed gold in the 100m backstroke S8 at the Paralympic Games in Rio.

The seven-time medallist set a new Paralympic record time of 1:13.02.

Ellie Simmonds claims gold in women's SM6 200m medley

Ellie Simmonds. Credit: PA Wire

Ellie Simmonds has claimed gold in the women's SM6 200m medley on day five of the Paralympic Games in Rio.

Simmonds finished in 2:59.81, defending her title from London 2012, and setting a world record in the process.

She becomes the first woman in the event to finish below the three-minute mark.

Sascha Kindred sets world record with swimming gold

Sascha Kindred. Credit: PA Wire

Sascha Kindred has won his seventh Paralympic gold medal, setting a world record in the men's SM6 200m medley on day five in Rio.

Kindred finished first in a time of 2:38.47 after an impressive last 50 metres.

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Richard Whitehead defends title with 200m T42 gold

Richard Whitehead. Credit: PA Wire

Richard Whitehead has claimed gold in the 200m T42, successfully defending his title and beating ParalympicsGB teammate David Henson, who came third.

The 40-year-old world record holder narrowly missed out on breaking the 23-second barrier.

Bethany Firth wins gold in women's 200m freestyle

Bethany Firth. Credit: PA Wire

Bethany Firth has won gold in the women's 200m freestyle S14 at the Paralympics in Rio.

She finished three-and-a-half seconds clear of any other swimmer, setting a new Paralympic record.

This is Firth's second gold in Rio after earlier defending her S14 100m title.

ParalympicsGB win gold in the cycling team sprint

Jon-Allan Butterworth, Jody Cundy and Louis Rolfe with their medals. Credit: ParalympicsGB/Flickr

Paralympics GB team Louis Rolfe, Jon-Allan Butterworth and Jody Cundy claim gold in the Mixed C1-5 cycling sprint.

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