The New Zealand Paralympic cyclist Emma Foy has won bronze in the women's road race in Rio.
Foy, who competes in the visually empaired 70 kilometre event with the guidance of her pilot Laura Thompson, finished a minute and a half behind the Polish winner.
Fellow New Zealander Amanda Cameron finished in 11th place.
Following a delayed start the Road Race was reduced to 70km from the usual 85km. This did not deter Foy and Thompson who broke away from the pack at the 50km mark and did not look back.
The result adds to the silver Foy and Thompson won in the women's B 3000m Individual Pursuit earlier in the week at the Rio Velodrome.
Foy and Thompson's bronze medal today now means the New Zealand Paralympic Team have officially won 20 medals, exceeding the total medal target of 18 in Rio - nine gold, five silver and six bronze.