Highlights from Wednesday at the Paralympics

If you like medals, you'll love the top moments from Wednesday at the Paralympics.

Canada adds 6 medals to Rio haul

Selfie time in Rio! Brazil's Lia Martins poses with fans after her team's wheelchair basketball querter-final loss to the United States.

(Antonella Crescimbeni/Penn State University via The Associated Press)

American Kory Puderbaugh, centre, fights through a forest of French players during a wheelchair rugby game.

(Leo Correa/The Associated Press)

Bruno Haché is consoled after Canada's double-overtime loss to Lithuania in the goalball quarter-finals.

(Dave Holland/Canadian Paralympic Committee)

An emotional Alex Zanardi is interviewed after winning gold in the men's time trial H5, nearly 15 years after losing his legs in an auto racing crash.

(Anrew Matthews/PA via The Associated Press)

Canada's Katarina Roxon embraces Ireland's Ellen Keane after Roxon won gold in the 100-metre breaststroke SB8.

(Photo Scott Grant/Canadian Paralympic Committee)


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