The closing ceremony of the Rio Paralympic Games took place in front of 45,000 spectators at the Maracana stadium on Sunday.
Iran's participation at the Paralympic Games in Rio ended with a gold medal in sitting volleyball which was dedicated to cyclist Bahman Golbarnezhad.
GB's wheelchair racer David Weir endured a miserable finale to his Paralympics career after a crash ended his marathon race early.
Kadeena Cox, gold medallist in athletics and cycling on her Paralympic debut, is GB's flagbearer for Sunday's closing ceremony.
Iranian cyclist Bahman Golbarnezhad has died following a crash in the men's C4/C5 road race at the Rio Paralympics on Saturday.
Dame Sarah Storey won the 14th Paralympic gold of her career with a commanding victory in the women's C4/C5 road race in Rio.
GB's Paralympians had another golden day in Rio as they surpassed the number of medals won at the London 2012 Games.
Great Britain surpassed the 100 mark for medals at the Paralympics on Thursday after another glorious day in Rio.
Wheelchair racer David Weir has revealed his retirement plans with two more chances left to win a seventh Paralympic title.
Paralympics GB stormed through the 40 gold medal mark on Wednesday night as the team's successful campaign in Rio continued.
Paralympics GB have overtaken the 34 gold medals won four years in London. Here's the Rio gold medallists...
Dame Sarah Storey claimed her 13th Paralympic gold medal to kick off another day of success for Great Britain in Rio.
David Weir and Ellie Simmonds failed to defend Paralympic Games titles but there was gold to celebrate for Stephanie Millward, Matthew Wylie and Libby Clegg.
Paralympics GB continued their sensational run of success in Rio with gold medals for Georgina Hermitage, Hollie Arnold and Rob Davies.
Paralympics GB took their gold medal tally to 28 thanks to Ellie Simmonds, Sascha Kindred and Susie Rodgers on Monday night.
We're live to Rio for the Paralympics latest and we speak to Olympic gold medallist Kate Richardson-Walsh ahead of Women's Sport Week.
The international Paralympic Committee confirmed on Monday positive doping tests involving two participants at the Rio games.
Six-time Paralympic champion David Weir finished fifth in the wheelchair T54 400m race, ending his winning run of Paralympic gold medals.
Great Britain enjoyed their most successful day yet at the Rio Paralympics as they claimed 21 medals, including eight golds.
Kadeena Cox has become the first Briton in 28 years to win medals in two sports at the same Paralympic Games.
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