Paralympics: husband and wife Neil and Lora Fachie each win cycling gold

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Neil said it was “beyond our dreams” as both won their track cycling races. Their medals were part of a glorious haul of seven golds, one silver and six bronzes which lifted the team to second in the medal table, behind China.

Neil and his pilot, Matt Rotherham, smashed their own world record in the B 1,000m time trial. This was Neil’s second Paralympic gold after winning the same event at London 2012.

Minutes later, Lora and pilot Corrine Hall retained their B 3,000m pursuit crown from Rio 2016 in record time.

Team-mates Sophie Unwin and pilot Jenny Holl took bronze in the event.

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