Paralympics: Day Six



So no golds for GB until at best 11:20pm now, no Brits competing in finals now till then. But We have coverage of the rest of day 6! 3 possible swimming medals and a possible Libby Clegg 100m Athletics Medal chance still to go!

So I'll take you through the next 20 minutes. For now, time for some of the Athletics.

Only Field Events but, Devendra has set a New World Record in the F46 Javelin Throw. 63.97m Breaking his own Record by 2 meters from Athens. He also gets Gold for India!

In the Women's F37 Shot Put World Record From Liebhardt of Germany, 13.96m Mi of China Silver and a Regional Record with 13.73m, Berna of Czech Republic Bronze with 11.1m.

Well That's all from me. I've been Ewan (@ewanssports) signing off to the great hands of Anthony Hart now who will take you through the rest of today. I bid you, a Farewell, and a goodnight.

Thanks Ewan. One bit of news to start with in the Womens Wheelchair Basketball, where GB have beaten China in their quarter final. They will take on either Brazil or the US in the semi - regardless of what happens now it's been the best performance at a Paralympics for GB's womens basketball

Over on the tennis court, Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewitt have won in straight sets, beating their Japanese opponents. Their final is on Thursday

S10 100m freestyle final from earlier... It was a Brazil one-two as they turned. A proper ding dong as a Ukrainian got right into it and Krypak did end up getting the gold by a fingernail! Brasil of Brazil (aye) gets the silver, his countryman Rodrigues bronze

Could be a big half hour here. Libby Clegg, Steph Millward and Ollie Hynd amongst those who could get gold

100m backstroke S8 time then, Ollie Hynd's final this. They're just coming out to the starting blocks. Hynd had a daftly big coat