Sophie Christiansen became Britain's first triple gold medallist of the London 2012 Paralympics at Greenwich Park today.
The 24-year-old, from Maidenhead in Berkshire, also secured a British Paralympic record 11 medals in one Games for Great Britain's equestrian team.
Christiansen, riding Janeiro 6, added Grade Ia freestyle gold to a team gold medal and individual championship title.
She rode three times during the six-day competition, and on each occasion scored more than 80%.
Her patriotic musical freestyle routine included excerpts from Land of Hope and Glory and also featured Big Ben's chimes plus a quotation from Shakespeare's Richard II, providing a fitting conclusion to the para-dressage programme.
Wheelchair racer David Weir rounded off a medal-laden day for Great Britain in the Paralympics.
Ellie Simmonds swims for her third Gold. The first boccia medals will be awarded while the shooter Matt Skelhon hopes to improve.