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Steadman seals redemption with terrific triathlon gold

Lauren Steadman put the disappointment of Rio behind her to secure a brilliant triathlon gold. Steadman came home 41 seconds ahead of American Grace Norman in the women’s PTS5 category, while ParalympicsGB team-mate Claire Cashmore, another former swimmer turned triathlete, completed the podium in bronze. In the men’s PTS5 race, George Peasgood took silver behind

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Kearney and Summers-Newton power to double gold

The second day of swimming action saw ParalympicsGB roar to a golden double, as Tully Kearney and Maisie Summers-Newton powered to the top of the podium with a world record apiece. Kearney completed her remarkable journey from Rio heartbreak to the top of the Paralympic ranks, smashing her own global best time in the women’s

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Moore taking the positives despite opening defeat

Charlotte Moore doubled down on ParalympicsGB’s prospects in women’s wheelchair basketball after a 73-54 loss to Canada in their Group A opener. The world silver medallists bossed the early stages, leading 29-26 at half-time, but a strong Canadian comeback consigned Great Britain to defeat at Musashino Sport Plaza in Tokyo. Simon Fisher’s side were left

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