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Live from MaracanÒ Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Clare Balding and Adam Hills host coverage of the spectacular Opening Ceremony for the 2016 Paralympic Games. Expect a carnival atmosphere, including the parade of Paralympics GB athletes who are aiming to top the 120 medals won at London 2012. With a team packed full of reigning Paralympic, World and European champions, there's a record haul of golds in prospect for Great Britain in the 2016 Paralympics to build on the 27 golds won at the Olympics in Rio a few weeks ago. Tonight an all-star cast join Clare and Adam to preview the Games and look at GB's medal prospects, including Superhumans Ellie Simmonds, Hannah Cockroft, Jonnie Peacock, David Weir and Dame Sarah Storey, who's going for a historic 12th gold medal. Commentary comes from Krishnan Guru-Murthy and Rob Walker. A live signed and audio described simulcast is available on 4seven.
Action from Day 1 at the Paralympics in Rio, including Dame Sarah Storey going for her 12th Paralympic gold, and plenty of other GB medal action from the velodrome, pool and Olympic stadium.
Clare Balding presents highlights from Day 2 of the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, including the best of last night's finals in the velodrome, swimming pool and athletics stadium. Plus, there's action from medal deciders in long jump and powerlifting. Repeated later on 4seven with open signing and audio description.
Clare Balding presents highlights from the Paralympics in Rio, including the best moments from last night's finals in the pool and on the track where Jonnie Peacock's 100m sprint crown was on the line. Plus, action from today's swimming heats featuring Ellie Simmonds, the early rounds of the judo, and the GB women's wheelchair basketball match against Germany, whose 2012 match-up was a nail-biter.
Clare Balding looks at the best of the action including athletics and swimming finals, and top competition from the velodrome. There's also a round-up of the medal events in rowing at Lagoa and the first ever women's Paralympic triathlon which Lauren Steadman starts as a strong favourite.
Clare Balding presents highlights from the Paralympics in Rio, including yesterday's late night finals in the pool and on the track, where British blade-runner Richard Whitehead was bidding to retain his 200m title. Plus, the best of today's action, including wheelchair racer David Weir aiming for his first medal at these Games in the 400m, and world and European champion Aled Davies throwing for gold in the T42 shot put.
Clare Balding presents highlights from the Rio Paralympics, including last night's swimming finals as Ellie Simmonds went to defend her individual medley title. There's also athletics with Georgina Hermitage aiming for T37 400m gold and Hollie Arnold throwing for the win in the javelin.
Clare Balding has all the highlights from a packed 24 hours in Rio including 200m final for visually impaired sprinters; a distance at which GB's Libby Clegg holds the current world record. Plus, there's the best moments from Day 7 to whet the appetite for all the action to follow, including GB's wheelchair rugby match against the reigning Paralympic champions Australia.
Clare Balding presents highlights, including key moments from today's wheelchair tennis and para-canoeing finals, and a look at last night's swimming and athletics finals.
Clare Balding presents highlights from Brazil, including last night's relay finals in athletics and swimming. Plus, the best of today's action from around Rio, including the Equestrian Centre where British riders are expected to dominate.
Clare Balding presents the best of last night's swimming and athletics finals, as well as a round-up of today's cycling at Pontal where Dame Sarah Storey goes for road race gold, and the sailing events at Marina de Gloria.
Clare Balding, Adam Hills and Jonathan Edwards are in the MaracanÒ Stadium to look back over the best moments from the 2016 Paralympic Games. A host of stars reflect on Rio highs and lows, the performance of the ParalympicsGB team, and the inspirational stories from 11 days of compelling elite sporting action. Then it's all about the final celebration that is the Closing Ceremony, with thousands of athletes filling the stadium before the flame is finally extinguished and thoughts turn to Tokyo in four years' time. A live signed and audio described simulcast airs on 4seven.