Football superpower Brazil has claimed another title at the Tokyo Paralympics. The country defeated Argentina in the final of the sport for players with visual impairment.
Five players from each squad took to the pitch, and played while listening to the sound of bells in the ball. The first half ended scoreless for both teams.
But Brazil's Raimundo Mendes broke the deadlock with a goal to lead his country to victory and the country's fifth straight Paralympic gold. Brazil didn't concede a single goal through five matches at the Games.
In the men's sitting volleyball final, Iran beat the Russian Paralympic Committee. This is the seventh time Iran has won this event.
Ace player Morteza Mehrzadselakjani, who is 2.46 meters tall, dominated the match by scoring a team-high of 28 points.
Australian veteran Curtis McGrath has become the first canoe sprinter to win two golds in the same Games. He lost his legs in a mine blast while serving in Afghanistan as a combat engineer.
The 33-year-old won his first gold medal at the Rio Games, where canoeing made its debut.