Great Yarmouth swimmer Jessica-Jane Applegate has picked up her second medal of the Paralympics after winning silver in the S14 200m freestyle.
The 20-year-old was visibly disappointed after the race though as she struggled to come to terms with the fact that she had lost the title she won in London four years ago to British teammate Bethany Firth.
Despite that, the silver was still a great achievement for Applegate who is still recovering from injury.
Applegate, who has Asperger syndrome, also claimed bronze in the 100 metre backstroke on Thursday.
Paralympian James Fox has returned to his home rowing club in Peterborough after winning gold in Rio this September.
Paralympic gold-medallist Louis Rolfe was treated to a hero's welcome when he returned to his Cambridge college this afternoon.
It was back to school today for Paralympic swimmer Ellie Robinson from Northampton.