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A gold 400 double for Australia

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Gold and bronze for Australia!

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Thanks Emma. Can’t keep me away. What is on tonight, I hear you ask? Bloody well stacks, is my regionally specific answer.

  • Swimming – well, all of it. Or that’s how it feels. Gold up for grabs from 5pm local time in the:
    400m freestyle S9, men and women
    100m backstroke S1, men
    100m backstroke S2, men and women
    100m butterfly S14, men and women
    50m breaststroke SB3, men
    50m freestyle S6, women
    50m freestyle S10, men and women
    100m butterfly S13, men and women
    200m freestyle S5, men and women
    100m freestyle S8, men
  • Wheelchair basketball – Australia and Japan in the women’s pool match at 5pm.
  • 5:30pm for goalball between Germany and Turkey’s men, and wheelchair rugby between Great Britain and Canada.
  • Goalball at 7:30pm between Australia and Israel’s women
  • Wheelchair rugby at 8pm between France and Japan
  • Goalball at 8:30 between Brazil and the USA, and wheelchair basketball between Korea and Spain.


















































Bangma wins men’s B 4,000m individual pursuit gold








Storey wins women’s C5 3,000m individual pursuit gold

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Petricola wins women’s C4 3,000m individual pursuit

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Paige Greco wins women’s C1-3 3,000m individual pursuit

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