Hannah sets a new record with her sixth golden victory.
HANNAH Cockcroft lifts her arms in celebration of her sixth Paralympic gold medal, one of seven that Britain won in one day.
The 29-year-old wheelchair racer won the T34 100m in Tokyo in 16.39 seconds, breaking her own world mark by 0.18 seconds.
“I honestly didn’t know that time was inside me,” she remarked.
The wheelchair rugby team won for the first time ever, defeating the USA 54-49, as part of Britain’s amazing daily gold total.
Lauren Steadman, a former Strictly Come Dancing contender, couldn’t stop smiling after winning the triathlon.
“Dreams truly do come true,” she remarked. Lee Pearson added to his personal tally of 13 Paralympic golds by retaining the equestrian team title with Natasha Baker and Sophie Wells.
After defeating American Ben Goodrich in visually impaired judo, Chris Skelley fell into tears and grabbed the Union flag.