Sarah Story won her seventeenth Paralympic gold to become Great Britain’s best Paralympian ever.
The 43-year-old safeguarded the ladies’ C4-5 street race title she has held since London 2012 to put her one gold in front of past record holder Mike Kenny.
England’s Crystal Lane-Wright completed seven seconds behind to take silver.
It was a GB one-two in the men’s C1-3 race as well, Ben Watson winning his second gold with Fin Graham guaranteeing silver in terrible conditions in Tokyo.
I’m a bit overpowered, I feel like it’s going on to another person,”Sarah Story disclosed to Channel 4.
“I can’t actually clarify or figure anything about the race, yet going too far first felt so great.”
Sarah Story’s gold was her third of this Paralympics, which is her eighth Games since making her introduction in Barcelona in 1992 as a swimmer.
Sarah won the singular pursuit on the track prior to guaranteeing time-preliminary gold to rise to Kenny’s record.
Sarah presently has 28 Paralympic decorations altogether and has not won anything aside from gold since making her cycling Paralympic debut at Beijing 2008.
In climate more likened to her home close to Manchester, with downpour and thick haze making perceivability troublesome toward the beginning, Story was in the front pack from the off, close by Lane-Wright.
The British pair permitted German Kerstin Brachtendorf to make a breakaway towards the finish of the second of the six laps and the 49-year-old timed a 25-second lead at the designated spot.
Sarah stretched out that benefit to over a moment at the midway stage, with Story driving the pursuing gathering and Lane-Wright continually on her wheel.
As the downpour settled the score heavier they couldn’t bring Brachtendorf in, the hole opening up by an additional 10 seconds after four laps.
Be that as it may, Lane-Wright hit the front of the chasers with a critical infusion of speed and her burst had a significant effect as the pack immediately found Brachtendorf to leave five riders in dispute for the decorations toward the finish of the penultimate lap.
It was now that the British pair discovered another stuff, Lane-Wright and Sarah Story separating away to open an agreeable lead coming into the completion on the Fuji International Speedway circuit.
Sarah Story punched the air in festival as she went too far in two hours, 21 minutes and 51 seconds.