Rio 2016 my next target, says archery ace Danielle Brown
She may have graduated from the University of Leicester with a degree in law – but archery's golden girl Danielle Brown might now turn her back on her legal career.
Danielle, who collected her degree two years ago, beat fellow Brit Mel Clarke in a tense final to take the Paralympics gold on Tuesday.
The 24-year-old added the medal to her 2008 Paralympic title and 2010 Commonwealth Games team success – and is already looking forward to 2016.
Danielle said: "I definitely want to go to Rio. I don't want to go back into law, archery is way more fun.
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"The more tournaments I go to, the more experience I get and the better I get.
"When I am down in a match I've got the confidence to shoot strongly and come back. My whole family and friends were out there watching me.
"It was just incredible – I was shaking so much."
The British goalball team, including Broughton Astley's Joe Dodson, have now bowed out of the competition after losing 7-1 to Brazil – their fourth defeat.
Joe, 27, who struggled with injury leading up to London 2012, said: "I am absolutely going to keep playing.
"I have absolutely loved it. I spoke to the coach last night and I am staying around."
Wheelchair basketball player Natasha Davies, who plays for Leicester Cobras, watched her British teammates miss out on a place in the semi-final. They lost 55-44 in the quarter-final against Germany on Tuesday.
The 20-year-old said: "I think everyone played amazingly but we just couldn't quite do it."
Stefanie Reid, who won a silver medal in Sunday's long jump final, qualified for today's 200m final after her heat yesterday.
Stefanie, 27, who trains at Loughborough, qualified in a season's best of 28.97 seconds.
Swimmer Emma Hollis, who trains at Loughborough University, did not make the final of the 200m individual medley after finishing sixth in her heat yesterday. She is due to compete in a 100m freestyle heat today.
Wheelchair tennis player David Phillipson, who trains at Loughborough University, is out after losing 6-0 6-2 to Shingo Kunieda of Japan on Tuesday.
Cyclist Crystal Lane, who lives in Loughborough, came ninth in the women's C5 individual time trial yesterday.
She is due to compete in the C4-5 women's road race today.
Sprinter Libby Clegg, who won a silver medal in the T12 100m on Sunday, is to compete in the heats of the 200m today.
Dan Greaves, who lives in Loughborough and trains with Charnwood Athletics Club, is due to compete in the final of the F44 discus today.
Kieran Tscherniawsky, who trains at Loughborough University, is to compete in the F33 discus final tomorrow.