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ParalympicsGB equals London 2012 gold medal haul on day six of Rio 2016

Clegg and guide Chris Clarke celebrate with their gold medals after winning the 200m T11 final. Credit: PA Wire

ParalympicsGB equalled its gold medal haul from London 2012 on the sixth day of the Games in Rio after a night of thrilling performances and multiple new world records.

The GB team remains in second place in the Rio 2016 table behind China, with 34 golds and an overall total of 75 medals.

Matthew Wylie collects his gold medal after winning the men's S9 50m freestyle. Credit: PA Wire

Matthew Wylie made an impressive Paralympic debut with a gold win in the S9 50m freestyle.

The 19-year-old beat Australia's Timothy Disken by just four hundredths of a second with a time of 25.95.

Libby Clegg and guide Chris Clarke won gold in the T11 200m event. Credit: PA Wire

Libby Clegg set a new Paralympic record, claiming gold in the T11 200m event with a time of 24.51 seconds alongside guide Chris Clarke.

It was Clegg's second gold in Rio, after winning the T11 100m on Saturday.

Stephanie Millward celebrates her gold win in the 100m backstroke. Credit: PA Wire

Seven-time medallist Stephanie Millward also secured gold in the 100m backstroke S8, setting a new Paralympic record time of 1:13.02.

The win was Millward's first Paralympic gold after three Games and 18 years of living with multiple sclerosis.

Table tennis champion Rob Davies. Credit: PA Wire

Table tennis champion Rob Davies won the 30th gold medal for ParalympicsGB, after triumphing in the Class 1 final.

The 32-year-old wheelchair table tennis player beat South Korea's Joo Young Dae 3-1 (14-12 4-11 11-9 11-5).

Hollie Arnold won gold in the F46 javelin throw. Credit: PA Wire

Hollie Arnold claimed gold in the F46 javelin, setting a new world record in the process.

The 22-year-old from Lincolnshire secured victory with a throw of 43.01 metres.

Georgina Hermitage celebrates after setting a new world record in the 400m T37. Credit: PA Wire

Meanwhile, Georgina Hermitage won gold in after setting a new world record in the 400m T37 event.

The runner cleared the finish line with no other athlete within 10 metres of her.

On Friday, Hermitage took gold in the 100m T37 with a time of 13.13 seconds.

The medal is the Paralympic champion's second of the Games, and also her second world record.