Paralympics 2012: Great Britain athletes on Day Three

Ellie Simmonds

A sport-by-sport round-up of how ParalympicsGB athletes perform on Day Three of the 2012 Paralympic Games in London.


John Cavanagh loses his men's individual compound W1 quarter-final 1-7 to American Jeff Fabry.

Murray Elliot loses his men's individual recurve standing last-32 elimination match 6-0.

Leigh Walmsley wins her women's individual recurve standing last-32 elimination match 6-0 but loses in the next round 1-7.

Kenny Allen loses his last-16 individual recurve standing match 4-6, with teammate Phil Bottomley losing at the same stage by the same score.

Sharon Vennard is into the quarter-finals of the women's individual recurve standing after a 6-2 win.

Paul Browne loses his individual recurve W1/W2 quarter-final 4-6 to Lung Hui Tseng of Chinese Taipei.


Gemma Prescott wins BRONZE, scoring 1015 points in the women's club throw F31/32/51 final. Team-mate Josie Pearson finishes fifth with 919 points while Maxine Moore finishes 12th with 708 points.

Libby Clegg, running with guide Mikail Huggins, qualifies from her heat of the women's 100m T12, setting a new world record of 12.17 seconds in the process. The record was then sensationally broken in the next two heats, meaning the world record for the event was broken four times in one morning.

Richard Whitehead wins GOLD in the men's 200m T42, setting a new world record of 24.38 seconds in the process.

Hazel Robson finishes fifth in the women's 200m T36 with a time of 32.46.

Robin Womack wins BRONZE in the men's shot put F54/55/56 final, setting a personal best of 11.34 in the process.

Olivia Breen finishes fifth in the women's 100m T38 final in a time of 14.42.

Claire Williams wins BRONZE in the women's discus F11/F12 final, with a throw of 39.63m.

Stef Reid and Sophie Kamlish both reach the final of the women's 100m T44 after finishing third and fourth in their heats respectively.

Jordan Howe finishes in seventh place in the men's 100m T35 final.

Hollie Arnold finishes fifth in the women's javelin throw F46 with a mark of 36.27m.


Jody Cundy takes BRONZE in the men's individual C4 pursuit after overlapping opponent Diego German Duenas Gomez.

Sarah Storey wins her second GOLD of London 2012 in the women's individual C4-5 500m time trial with a time of 36.997 seconds, almost a second quicker than her nearest rival.

Neil Fachie and Barney Storey takes GOLD in the men's individual B 1km time trial with a world record time of 1:01.351. Anthony Kappes and Craig MacLean did not finish the race. They were allowed one restart but officials ruled them out after they failed to finish their opening lap at the second attempt.

Jon-Allan Butterworth wins SILVER in the men's individual C5 pursuit. He set a world record of 4:35.026 in qualifying for the final, the world record was later broken by Australia's Michael Gallagher.


Lee Pearson and his horse Gentleman win SILVER in the grade Ib dressage, pipped to the post by Australian Joann Formosa. The result means Pearson misses out on a tenth consecutive Paralympic gold.

Natasha Baker, riding her horse Cabral, wins GOLD in the dressage grade II event, managing a Paralympic record score of 76.857% in the process.


ParalympicsGB lose their preliminary pool B match 0-3 against Brazil, with GB's Blair Glynn shown a late red card.


ParalympicsGB draw their Group A preliminary match 3-3 with Sweden.


Samuel Ingram wins SILVER in the men's -90kg after being beaten 1-0 by Cuban Jorge Hierrezuelo Marcillis who scores a Yuko in the final for victory.

Sam's brother Joe Ingram wins his initial -100kg repechage contest against Canadian Tim Rees by ippon but then loses his quarter-final. He faces another repechage fight to stay in the competition.


Jason Irving finishes eigth in the final of the -60kg division, lifting 163kg.

Natalie Blake was unable to record a score in the women's -52kg division.


Nicholas Beighton and Samantha Scowen win their repechage in the mixed double sculls TAMix2x to qualify for tomorrow's A final with a time of 4:05.91.


John Robertson, Hannah Stodel and Stephen Thomas finish eighth in their second race of the day after finishing second in race one.

Alexandra Rickham and Niki Birrell finish second in their opening race and first in race two in the two-person keelboat (SKUD18) contest.

Helena Lucas also wins her second race after finishing second in her first race of the single-person keelboat (2.4mR) division.


Matthew Skelhon wins SILVER in the mixed R3-10m air rifle prone-SH1.

James Bevis grabs BRONZE in the final of the mixed R5-10m air rifle prone-SH2 with Georgina Callingham finishing seventh in the final. Ryan Cockbill manages a score of 598 in the qualifiers but does not make the final.


ParalympicsGB lose their preliminary round Pool A game 0-3 to the Netherlands.


Ellie Simmonds wins GOLD and sets a new world record in the final of the women's 400m freestyle S6. Natalie Jones finishes seventh in the final.

Matthew Whorwood's takes BRONZE in the men's 400m freestyle S6, with a time of 5:11.59. Ireland's Darragh McDonald takes gold.

Gemma Almond finishes last in the final of the women's butterfly S10 with a time of 1:13.24.

James Hollis, Robert Welbourn and Graham Edmunds do not manage to qualify from their heats in the men's 100m butterfly S10, with times of 59.98, 1:01.96 and 1:05.48 respectively.

James Crisp and Sam Hynd both qualify for the final of the men's 100m breastroke SB8 with respective times of 1:15.84 and 1:16.80.

Claire Cashmore wins her heat in a time of 1:22.90 to qualify for the final of the women's 100m breaststroke SB8.

Anthony Stephens comes second in his heat of the men's 200m freestyle to qualify for the final with a time of 2:51.42.

Rhiannon Henry finishes seventh in the women's 50m freestyle S13 with a time of 29.41.

Sascha Kindred and Thomas Young miss out on medals in the men's 100m breaststroke SB& after finishing fourth and fifth with times of 1:23.53 and 1:23.69 respectively.


Ross Wilson will battle for bronze in the class 8 division after losing his semi-final 2-3. He made it through to the last four after winning his quarter-final clash against Marcin Skrzynecki 3-1.

William Bayley wins his class 7 semi-final 3-1 to guarantee him a medal, he had earlier won his preliminary match 3-0.

Paul Davies loses his class 1 semi-final 0-3. This came after hewon his earlier preliminary match against Austrian Andreas Vevera 3-2.

Paul Karabardak loses his class 7 preliminary match against his Ukrainian opponent.

Robert Davies loses his class 1, group A preliminary match 3-2 to Frenchman Jean-Francois Ducay.

Sara Head wins her quarter-final in the women's singles class 3 but teammate Jane Campbell loses her last eight clash to Anna-Carin Ahlquist of Sweden.


ParalympicsGB's women win their Group A preliminary match against Brazil. They were 33-37 down inside the last four minutes but scored the last nine points of the match to win 42-37.

ParalympicsGB's men beat Colombia 81-41 in Group B.


Dave Phillipson wins his round of 64 match 6-2 6-2 while teammate AlexJewitt loses 2-6 0-6 at the same stage.

Gordon Reid wins his round of 64 clash against Takuya Miki 6-1 6-2 saying that "playing on Centre Court here was the best moment of my life. It's more than I could have imagined." Meanwhile, Marc McCarroll loses his last-64 clash against Tom Egberink in straight sets 4-6 3-6.

Lucy Shuker wins her round of 32 match 6-2 6-1 against Italian Marianna Lauro while teammate Louise Hunt loses 1-6 1-6 at the same stage.

Jordanne Whiley loses her round of 32 match but by a score of 3-6 4-6. She said: "the crowd were fantastic but I was just overwhelmed and I'm annoyed with myself that I couldn't perform better."