British husband and wife take cycling gold at Tokyo Paralympics in final medal flurry for GB

The medals came pouring in for GB on the final day of track cycling in Tokyo

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A British husband and wife have each taken a gold medal at the Tokyo Paralympic Games, in a successful morning for GB where a total of three golds and a silver and bronze were achieved.

Neil Fachie won gold in the men's B 1000m time trial, riding with pilot Matthew Rotherham, as the pair broke their own world record with a time of 58.083 seconds, compatriot James Ball behind in second.

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