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Paralympics day 11 photos

Nigel Murray, Peter Pearse, Susie Robinson and Anne Woffinden are defeated in the semi-finals

Britain's BC-1 BC-2 boccia quartet advance to the semi-finals but are edged out by Portugal, who go on to win the gold

Anne Woffinden plays a shot

Britain now face Spain in the bronze medal play-off and again are unlucky to suffer a narrow defeat, losing out 7-5

The GB basketball team celebrate their bronze medals on the podiums

Great Britain's men's wheelchair basketball team beat Holland 82-66 to battle to Paralympic bronze

Canada's Richard Peter (centre) fights for the ball with Australia's Troy Sachs (left) and Brad Ness

Canada's basketball team live up to the title of the top favourite, defeating Australia 70-53 in the final

Canada celebrate after the full-time whistle

It is the second consecutive gold medal for Canada, four years after the Sydney Paralympic Games

Brazil's Severino Silva (centre) gets tackled in the 5-a-side B1 gold medal match

Brazil get the very first gold medal in the history of 5-a-side football by beating Argentina 3-2 in a penalty shoot-out

The Paralympic Flag is carried from the stadium

The athletes then converged on Athens' Olympic stadium for the closing ceremony

The Paralympic Flag is carried from the stadium

The ceremony was a muted affair in respect for children killed in a bus crash on the way to watch the Games




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