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Here Are All The Medals Britain Won At The Rio Paralympics

ParalympicsGB finished the Games with 64 gold medals and 147 overall, their best haul since the 1988 Paralympics in Seoul.

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John Walker and Jo Frith: Gold in the archery mixed open team

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Dan Greaves: Bronze in men's F44 discus

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From left to right: Silver medallist Akeem Stewart of Trinidad and Tobago, gold medallist David Blair of the USA and Dan Greaves.

Natasha Baker: Gold in dressage grade II individual test

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From left to right: Silver medallist Demi Vermeulen of Netherlands, Natasha Baker, and bronze medallist Rixt van der Horst, also of Netherlands.

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Kadeena Cox: Gold in women's T38 400m

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This was Cox's third medal of the Paralympics. She had already won gold in the T38 100m and in the velodrome in the C4-5 time trial.

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Claire Cashmore: Silver in women's SB8 100m breaststroke

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From left to right: Claire Cashmore, gold medallist Katarina Roxon of Canada, and bronze medallist Ellen Keane of Ireland.

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Lora Turnham: Bronze in women's B time trial

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Lora Turnham (left) pictured with her guide Corinne Hall after winning gold in the women's B 3000m individual pursuit earlier during the Paralympics.

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