Sarah Storey wins GB's 60th gold at Paralympics

Dame Sarah Storey has won Great Britain's 60th gold medal of the Rio Paralympics.

The 38-year-old cyclist - who is Great Britain's most decorated female Paralympian - rode to victory in the women's road C4/C5 race.

It is her third title of the Rio Paralympics and the 14th of a scintillating career which began as a 14-year-old swimmer in Barcelona 24 years ago.

Great Britain and Northern Ireland are currently second in the table after China with 130 medals.

The team is just five gold medals short of the haul of 65 from the Seoul Paralympics 28 years ago.