The gold medal tally now stands at 34 after a thrilling night of impressive performances and multiple new world records in Rio.Read the full story ›
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.
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.
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.
There were three swimming golds in a row, with Sascha Kindred and Ellie Simmonds made a splash with new world records.Read the full story ›
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 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.
Joanna Butterfield has claimed gold in the F51 Club Throw at the Paralympic Games at Rio.
Butterfield broke her own record with a throw of 22.81m to become Paralympic champion.
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 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.