Great Britain won bronzes in basketball and badminton to bring down the curtain on a medal-laden campaign at the Tokyo Paralympics.
Lucy Shuker and Jordanne Whiley won Paralympic silver after being outclassed in the women's doubles final, while Gordon Reid won the all-British bronze medal match.
Five-time gold medallist Ellie Simmonds expects Tokyo 2020 to be her final Paralympics.
Dame Sarah Storey has become Great Britain's most successful Paralympian ever after claiming the 17th gold of her career at Tokyo 2020.
Dame Sarah Storey equalled Great Britain's record for Paralympic gold medals by claiming the 16th of her career with victory in the women's C5 time trial.
British sprinter Jonnie Peacock shared bronze following an agonising wait for the photo finish as he was denied a hat-trick of Paralympic 100m titles.
Great Britain claimed a historic first Paralympic medal in wheelchair rugby after storming to gold with a 54-49 win over three-time champions United States.
Glory for Lauren Steadman led the way as ParalympicsGB picked up a glittering full complement of triathlon medals on day five of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Hannah Cockroft picked up the sixth gold medal of her illustrious Paralympic career by powering to T34 100 victory in a world-record time of 16.39.
Maisie Summers-Newton claimed her second gold of the Tokyo Games following a Paralympic record and lifetime best time in the SB6 100m breaststroke final.
Five-time Paralympic champion Hannah Cockroft discusses her love of competing and why she's constantly making up for lost time.
Husband and wife cyclists Neil and Lora Fachie each claimed Paralympic gold in world-record times, alongside gold for ParalympicsGB in the mixed C1-5 team sprint.
Hannah Russell and Reece Dunn won golds as ParalympicsGB's swimmers claimed five medals at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre on day three of the Games.
Kadeena Cox smashed the world record as she retained her C4-5 500m time trial title at the Tokyo Paralympics, while there was bronze for Jaco van Gass.
Scottish sprinter Maria Lyle won ParalympicsGB's first athletics medal of the Tokyo Games by claiming bronze in the women's T35 100m final.
Daniel Romanchuk says people should remember the original meaning of the word Paralympics to understand its importance.