The Paralympic Games have begun with a total of 12 competition days. Check here for highlights from each day of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Kunieda wins third Paralympic gold in men’s singles
Japan’s Shingo has once again become a Paralympic champion, he defeated Dutch player Tom Egberink in straight sets 6-1, 6-2 at Paralympic Games.
Sadni breaks world record in 400m T47
Morocco’s Ayoub Sadni has won gold in the men’s 400m T47 and set a new world record after clocking in with a time of 47.38.
Brazil win 5th Paralympic gold medal in football 5-a-side
Brazil remain the kings of five-a-side football. Brazil have beaten Argentina 1-0 and won gold for a fifth consecutive Paralympic Games.
Brazil win women’s sitting volleyball bronze
Brazil have beaten Canada 3-1 to win their second consecutive Paralympic bronze medal.
Sarina Satomi wins Japan’s first-ever gold in Para badminton
Sarina Satomi has won gold in the women’s singles WH1 para-badminton competition. Satomi beats Thailand’s Sujirat Pookkham in a gold medal match that lasted three sets.
USA’s Nick Mayhugh breaks a world record
Mayhugh made a blistering run at 21.91 to set a new world record and claim gold in men’s 200m T37 in athletics this morning at the Olympic stadium.
India finish 1-2 in mixed 50m pistol SH1
Manish Narwal and Singhraj took gold and silver in the mixed 50m Pistol SH1 finals at Asaka Shooting Range.
Germany’s Edina Mueller wins first canoe sprint medal of the day
Edina Mueller won gold in the women’s kayak single 200m KLI at the Sea Forest Waterway.
Dmitri Safronov breaks a world record to take gold
RPC’s Dmitri Safronov has broken the world record and claimed gold in the men’s 200m T35 after clocking in at 23.00.
Nick Mayhugh sets a new world record
USA’s Nick Mayhugh made a blistering run at 21.91 to set a new world record and claim gold in men’s 200m T37.