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The host nation finished one medal shy of its Paralympic record, which was established at the 2004 Athens Games.
The theme of the evening was “Harmonious Cacophony,” meaning that even in an aggregation of different noises, we can achieve harmony.
The host nation earned three marathon medals, with Misato Michishita winning the women's T12 race, while Daiki Kajiwara, Sarina Satomi and Yuma Yamazaki collected badminton golds.
Host Japan becomes the first Asian nation to medal in the sport after an impressive run.
The Tokyo native adds to Beijing, London titles to solidify his place as one of Japan's greatest Paralympians.
Raimundo Mendes secured the medal with a cracking result at just eight minutes to the end, sealing Brazil’s fifth consecutive gold medal in Paralympics.
She is aiming for a medal in all three categories present at the Games: singles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles.
Eiko Kakehata and Norika Hagiwara combined for five goals in the opening half, providing a big offensive spark for the hosts.
Paralympians have prosthetics and wheelchairs, and most of us never thought about what happens when one needs repair. But someone else did, and it’s amazing!