The New Zealand swimmer Nikita Howarth has won her second medal at the Rio Paralympics, storming to gold in her 200m individual medley final.
Howarth took an early lead in the final and never looked like losing it, extending her advantage as the race went on.
The 17 year old from Hamilton dominated the race, finishing in 2 minutes 57.29 seconds.
That was more than four seconds ahead of the silver medal winner from Canada.
It's her first Paralympic gold and second medal of the Rio Games - she won bronze in her 50m butterfly event yesterday.
New Zealand has won three medals today with Sophie Pascoe winning won her fifth medal of the Games - a silver in her 100m freestyle final - and flag bearer Holly Robinson also taking silver in her women's javelin event.
Pascoe has now won more medals than any other New Zealand Paralympic athlete with 15 - nine of them gold.
The New Zealand Paralympic Team now has 16 medals of the 18 team targeted for Rio.
New Zealand sits sixth overall on the medal table - ahead of Australia in seventh spot.