Cyclist Sarah Storey has won her 11th gold medal, putting her equal with swimmer Dave Roberts and Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson as Britain's greatest Paralympian.
The 34-year-old, who has already won the road time trial, the 500m time trial and the individual pursuit earlier in the London 2012 Games, stormed to victory in the road race by a huge margin.
After finishing the race she excitedly said: "I can't believe I pulled it off... It's amazing. I'm just so pleased to be British."
Sarah hasn't only won medals for cycling, as a teenager she won five paralympic golds for swimming, making her the most successful Paralympic all-rounder.
With 11 golds, seven silvers and three bronze medals, Sarah is now officially Britain's most decorated female Paralympian.
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