Silver Paralympics medal for Leicestershire's Dan Greaves
Dan Greaves has won a silver medal in the discus at the Paralympics.
The Loughborough athlete took second place in the F44 discus with a throw of 59.01m behind the USA's Jeremy Campbell, who broke the Paralympic record with a throw of 60.05m.
Earlier in the competition, Greaves found time to celebrate Jonnie Peacock's 100m sprint final gold, hugging the athlete during his lap of honour. He also cheered his room mate David Weir on as he won gold in the 800m T54 final.
Greaves, 29, won gold medals in the 2000 Sydney Games and 2004 Athens Games and bronze in Beijing four years ago and has talapeze feet, also known as clubfeet.
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Earlier this evening Stef Reid, who trains at Loughbrough University, finished fourth in the T44 200m.