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No. 14 Switzerland’s Marcel Hug wins Paralympic gold after 19 attempts
The Swiss Silver Bullet cemented his place amongst the greatest wheelchair racers of all time by finally winning the Paralympic gold that had eluded him for so long.
No. 15: Vio tops incredible winning streak with Rio 2016 gold
The Italian wheelchair fencer won 11 consecutive titles before securing gold on her Paralympic debut.
No. 16: Durand speeds to hat-trick of Paralympic titles
The Cuban sprinter won the women’s 100m, 200m and 400m T12 golds at Rio 2016, setting two world and one Paralympic record along the way.
No. 17 Bochet claims 50th World Cup win
The French 11-time world champion won 17 World Cup races in a row in 2015-16, to follow up on her five world titles from 2015.
No. 18 Decades-old swimming records tumble
The USA’s Bradley Snyder and Ukraine’s Anna Stetsenko both set historic world records at Rio 2016.
No.19: Sitting volleyball creates memorable moments
USA won their maiden title and Rwanda made a historical debut in the women’s event, whilst Iran’s men returned to Paralympic glory at Rio 2016.
No. 20 Team Agitos athletes impress, help raise awareness
A series of incredible videos told the stories of eight Latin American athletes on their road to the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
No. 21 Canoe and triathlon’s successful debut
The two sports were on the Paralympic programme at Rio 2016 for the first time in history.
No. 22 Brazil wins fourth successive football 5 gold medal
Following a win over Iran in the final, the Rio 2016 hosts sealed a new title to maintain a 100 per cent record at Paralympic Games.
No. 23 Nigeria most successful African nation at Rio 2016
With eight gold, two silver and two bronze, the country’s Paralympians even outdid their Olympic counterparts.
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