Rio Paralympics Day 8 - All the Irish in action today

Rio Paralympics Day 8 - All the Irish in action today

Some of Ireland's medal winners will be hoping for further success on Day 9 in Rio.

Eoghan Clifford cycles in the H1-3 Road Race at 1.30pm. Clifford has already won gold for Ireland at the C3 Time Trial at Pontal Cycling Road, in addition to his bronze in the C3 Individual Pursuit on the track last week.

Also taking part in that one is Colin Lynch who already has a silver medal to his name.

Rio Paralympics Day 8 - All the Irish in action today

And at 1.50pm, bronze medalist Ellen Keane swims in the heats of the 100 metre backstroke.

Just after 5pm the sonar sailors of John Twomey, Ian Costelloe and Austin O'Carroll sail in Race 10 before the medal race on Saturday.

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