Tokyo Paralympics: Who are Great Britain's medal winners?

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Gold medals: 29

Reece Dunn

Benjamin Watson

Sarah Storey

Lee Pearson

Andrew Small

Phoebe Paterson Pine

Lee Pearson, Natasha Baker and Sophie Wells

Great Britain

Chris Skelley

James Fox, Ellen Buttrick, Giedre Rakauskaite, Oliver Stanhope, Erin Kennedy

Lauren Rowles and Laurence Whiteley

Hannah Cockroft

Lauren Steadman

Sophie Hahn

Reece Dunn, Bethany Firth, Jessica-Jane Applegate and Jordan Catchpole

Thomas Young

Maisie Summers-Newton

Kadeena Cox, Jaco van Gass and Jody Cundy

Lora Fachie and Corrine Hall

Neil Fachie and Matt Rotherham

Reece Dunn

Hannah Russell

Kadeena Cox

Piers Gilliver

Lee Pearson

Maisie Summers-Newton

Tully Kearney

Jaco van Gass

Sarah Storey

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Silver medals: 23

Bethany Firth

Lora Fachie

Crystal Lane-Wright

Natasha Baker

Piers Gilliver, Dimitri Coutya and Oliver Lam-Watson

Ellie Challis

Louise Fiddes

Elliot Stewart

Will Bayley

Kare Adenegan

George Peasgood

Grace Harvey

James Ball and Lewis Stewart

Natasha Baker

Bethany Firth

Sophie Wells

Fin Graham

Jody Cundy

Aileen McGlynn and Helen Scott

Tully Kearney

Reece Dunn

Crystal Lane-Wright

Steve Bate and Adam Duggleby

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Bronze medals: 28

Olivia Breen

Columba Blango

Louise Fiddes

Hannah Russell

Stephen Clegg

George Peasgood

Georgia Wilson

Jonnie Peacock

Harri Jenkins

Louise Sugden

Maria Lyle

Scott Quin

Claire Cashmore

Dimitri Coutya

Jack Hunter-Spivey

Thomas Matthews

Paul Karabardak

Micky Yule

Sophie Unwin and Jenny Holl

Piers Gilliver, Dimitri Coutya, Oliver Lam-Watson

Jessica-Jane Applegate

Stephen Clegg

Jaco van Gass

Olivia Broome

Maria Lyle

Dimitri Coutya

Georgia Wilson

Toni Shaw

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