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Paralympic Games in Tokyo, Japan on BBC Dates: 24 Aug-5 Sep Time in Tokyo: BST+8 Coverage: Follow Radio 5 Live or on the BBC Sport Website
Great Britain was awarded three additional gold medals at the Tokyo Paralympics, surpassing the 100-medal mark. Day 10 started on a high note.
The gold medals were won by Emma Wiggs, canoeist, and Owen Miller, athletes.
Wiggs won the VL2 race - this was the first time the Va'a boat (an outrigger canoe equipped with a support flotation) has been raced at Paralympics.
She will defend her KL2 title as a kayaker on Saturday.
Broom-Edwards was the World T44 high jump champion and a Rio silver medallist. He cleared 2.10m in his second attempt to win gold, after having failed three times at 2.07m.
Miller made his Paralympic debut by winning the T20 1500m in 3:54.57 seconds ahead of Russian Alexander Rabotnitskii.
The British team also won silver, with the tandem pair Sophie Unwin (pilot) and Jenny Holl (female B road race), and class 6-7 table tennis team of Will Bayley, Paul Karabardak and Jeanette Chippington winning bronzes.
Unwin and Holl defeated Louise Jannering of Sweden and Anna Svaerdstroem of Sweden in a sprint to silver, after Eve McCrystal and Katie-George Dunlevy of Ireland made a late charge to win gold.
Bayley and Karabardak had to face a difficult task against the Chinese pair of Yan Shuo and Liao Keli. After losing the first doubles, Bayley lost his singles match and their opponents won comfortably.
Chippington, 51 years old, is competing in her seventh Games. She made her debut in swimming in Seoul in 1988.
Taunton, who competes in T20 for athletes with intellectual impairment like Miller, also ran a personal record to win bronze in her 1500m final.
Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid play for doubles in wheelchair tennis. World record holder Stephen Clegg will be competing in the final S12 100m butterfly (10.53 BST). The GB men take on Japan in the final four of wheelchair basketball (12:45), while Richard Whitehead, a sprinter, takes on the T62 event for a third consecutive 200m title (11:42).
Beth Munro hopes to make history by becoming Britain's first Paralympic medallist for taekwondo. At 10:30, the semi-final is being held by the 28-year old Liverpool native.