Dorchester's Paul Blake, who trains at the University of Bath, has followed up his silver medal success with a bronze in last night's 800m. The 22 year old, who has cerebral palsy, came home in 2:08.24. He has made his debut at London 2012 and says it's an honour to put the GB vest on every time.
Dorchester's Paul Blake has won a bronze medal. The runner came third in the final of the 800 metre T36.
A post box in Portland will be painted gold tomorrow in honour of Helena Lucas finishing first in the Single-Person Keelboat, 2.4mR. Royal Mail has also issued a commemorative stamp.
Medals were awarded based on race 10 as today's sailing was cancelled due to a lack of wind.
Ben Rushgrove from Bath has won a bronze tonight. He finished third in the final of the men's 200m T36.
He ran the race in a time of 24.83 seconds.
Cornish swimmer Jonathan Fox has missed out on winning his second medal at the Paralympic Games.
Fox, who won gold in the S7 100metres backstroke last week, came fourth in tonight's final of the S7 400metres freestyle. The race was won by Britain's Josef Craig.
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Liz Johnson is celebrating winning bronze in the SB6 100m breaststroke final at the Paralympic Games.
The University of Bath-based swimmer, who has cerebral palsy, finished third behind Ukraine’s Viktoriia Savtsova, who set a Paralympic record, and Britain’s Charlotte Henshaw who took silver.
The swimmer’s bronze means she now has a full set of medals, after winning silver in Athens eight years ago and gold in Beijing in 2008.
“I’ve never had a bronze medal, so now I’ve got the full set at the Paralympics,” she said. “I’m definitely glad I got a medal in front of the home crowd.”
From scouring twenty five square miles of sea bed for explosives, to simply pointing people in the right direction, the military and emergency services did it all during the sailing events in Weymouth.
As the Paralympics finals take place this week the services have been reviewing their mammoth security operation during the games as Richard Lawrence reports.
Liz Johnson, who lives in Bath, is through to tonight's 100 metre breaststroke SB6 final. The defending champion set a new Paralympic record as she won her heat, narrowly beating 14-year old Ukranian Viktoria Savtsova
There was disappointment for Truro's Matt Whorwood in the pool this morning. The 22-year-old failed to qualify for tonight's 100 metre Breaststroke SB6 final after coming last in his heat.