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  1. Maisie Summers-Newton

    Masie Summers-Newton is a new star of the pool smashing world records on her way to two gold medals at her first ever Games.

  2. Sir Lee Pearson

    Sir Lee Pearson is one of the most successful Paralympians from Great Britain in third place behind Dame Sarah Storey and Mike Kenny in the all-time medals list. His three golds in Tokyo take his tally to 14 in total.

  3. Kadeena Cox

    A double gold medal for dual star Kadeena Cox who narrowly missed out in a medal in athletics too after finishing fourth in the T38 400m

  4. Hannah Cockroft

    Hannah Cockroft shrugged off a hand injury to claim a Paralympic golden double in Tokyo and take her tally of gold medals to seven by winning the women’s 100m and 800m T34 races.

  5. David Smith

    Dubbed the Ronaldo or Ronnie O’Sullivan of boccia, the flamboyant David Smith retained his Paralympic boccia title with a tense victory over his Malaysian opponent.

  6. Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby

    Years of painful near misses were forgotten as Great Britain won the wheelchair rugby competition in Tokyo with sensational wins against Japan and USA in the knockouts.

  7. Emma Wiggs

    A highly successful Tokyo Games saw Emma Wiggs bag a gold and silver medal in the canoe sprint.

  8. Reece Dunn

    A bout of COVID, a fondness for Chinese food and injury couldn’t stop Reece Dunn’s swimming gold rush in Tokyo.

  9. Gaz Choudhry

    On the final day of competition at the Tokyo Paralympics there was time for one more British hero to take centre stage: Gaz Choudhry.

  10. Ridley Road Stories

    Ridley Road Stories is a two part street exhibition, presented by Future Hackney, documenting and celebrating the African and Caribbean locals on Ridley Road and Gillett Square in Dalston, London.