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Paralympics day 4: Tatyana McFadden begins gold rush, Brazil's sprint stars

Updated 2347 GMT (0747 HKT) September 11, 2016
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Tatyana McFadden celebrates as she crosses the line to win the women's T54 400m final. It's her second medal of Rio 2016 and the 27-year-old is hoping to add five more. Matthew Stockman/Getty Images South America/Getty Images
Rachel Morris sparked a gold rush for Team GB on the lake this morning, winning the women's arm-only single sculls (ASW1x). That was followed up by two more golds in the mixed double sculls and the mixed coxed four. -/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Yohansson Nascimento (L) celebrates his bronze medal with gold medalist Petrucio Ferreira dos Santos after the T47 100m final meter. They were just two of four sprint medalists the host nation got to celebrate Sunday. Alexandre Loureiro/Getty Images South America/Getty Images
Ferreira dos Santos of Brazil couldn't contain his emotion during the national anthem after receiving his medal on the podium. Alexandre Loureiro/Getty Images South America/Getty Images
Teresinha de Jesus Correia Santos lies on the floor in tears after surprising the field to win and bronze medal, Brazil's fourth of the day. Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images South America/Getty Images for the New Zealand
David Brown on his way to winning T11 gold with his guide Jerome Avery and becoming the first full blind man in history to run sub-11 seconds. Brown is also a talented musician and play drums, piano and tenor saxophone. Matthew Stockman/Getty Images South America/Getty Images