Tokyo Paralympics: Nice Britain end Video games with two extra bronze medals

Great Britain's men's wheelchair basketball players celebrate winning the Tokyo Paralympics bronze medal against Spain

Great Britain men’s wheelchair basketball team came to Tokyo as world and European champions
Venue: Tokyo, Japan Dates: 24 August-5 September Time in Tokyo: BST +8
Coverage: Follow on Radio 5 Live and on the BBC Sport website

Great Britain won two more bronzes on the final day of action at the Tokyo Paralympics to bring the curtain down on another successful Games.

The men’s wheelchair basketball team beat Spain 68-58 to finish third for the second time in a row while Krysten Coombs took bronze in the men’s SH6 badminton singles.

Earlier, David Weir finished fifth in the men’s T54 marathon as Switzerland’s Marcel Hug won his fourth gold of the Games.

It means that GB finish second behind China in the medal table with 41 golds, 38 silvers and 45 bronzes to make 124 in total.

They won medals in 18 of the 19 sports they competed in, only missing out in shooting.

ParalympicsGB chef de mission Penny Briscoe told BBC Radio 5 Live that the team had “rewritten the history books” and praised their…