Day two of the Paralympics has seen Great Britain land more medals, as a number of athletes look forward to what is setting to be a busy weekend of sporting action.

Mark Colbourne romped to victory in the men's individual pursuit for Paralympics GB to go with the silver he won on the first day.

And it was a terrible day for Jody Cundy, who was livid after being disqualified in the C4-5 1km time trial final after he was denied a restart. Fellow Brit John-Allan Butterworth went on to grab silver in the event.

Aileen McGlynn and pilot Helen Scott won the first medal for Paralympics GB in the tandem cycling 1km time trial.

Aled Davies meanwhile secured Britain's first athletics medal with bronze in the shotput.

Those results mean Paralympics Gb currently sit third in the medal table, behind China and Australia, and there's much to look forward to tomorrow on day three of the games.

Britain will take on Brazil in their first match of the seven-a-side football tournament, whilst Matt Skelhon seeks to defend the 10m Air Rifle prone SH1 title he won in Beijing.

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Written and presented by Alfred Joyner