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Rachel Morris - from Pembrokeshire - is the first Welsh athlete to win
She claimed the title in the women's single skulls.
Welsh athletes have added two medals so far to Team GB's tally.
Steffan Messenger has this report from Rio.
Having won her heat in spectacular style, Rachel Morris
China's Lili Wang leading almost to the line.
Clinching gold took every ounce of power and endurance
Rachel, who lives in Guildford but whose family is from
Pembrokeshire, now has a Paralympic title
in more than one sport, having won gold and silver in hand
For 19-year-old Sabrina Fortune though, Rio was her first
She clinched a brilliant and unexpected bronze
in the F20 shot put yesterday, the first Welsh competitor to medal
No words can explain the emotion of just standing there, but for me
No one told me they were coming out so to see them in front of me
There is hope of another gold medal tomorrow in the form
of Aled Sion Davies from Bridgend, one of the brightest
He's currently the world record-holder and world
The weight of expectation is huge but out in Rio, Aled's biggest fans
Obviously he's nervous and excited but I definitely think he's ready.
It's been four years of hard work and it is all built
Aled Davies will be hoping for a repeat of scenes like these
For now though it's Rachel Morris's chance to savour her success.
The deadline runs out today for a father to return his daughter
22-year-old Amina Al-Jeffery from Swansea, claims she's being
held against her will by her father Mohammed.
Last month the High Court ruled she must be allowed to return.
From tomorrow the Severn Tunnel will close for six weeks to prepare
This'll add an extra 40 minutes to journeys from south Wales
But journey times are expected to be reduced,
Hundreds of people gathered earlier to protest against plans
to re-open a quarry on the outskirts of Cardiff.
Construction company Tarmac hopes to expand Creigiau Quarry.
Spelling out "no" to the resumption of quarrying near their homes,
around 200 people from the neighbouring villages
of Creigiau and Pentyrch met on the recreation ground next
to the quarry to capture their opposition using a drone.
If the plans are approved to reopen and expand the quarry,
residents fear it will cause noise and air pollution,
as well as causing gridlock on the roads.
I've actually lived through the quarry when it was open
before and so I know how bad it is, the blasting, cracks in the walls,
things coming off people's shelves and things like that.
Going back to 2002, the road structures and everything has
changed immensely since then and we just haven't got the roads
Quarrying stopped here in 2002, but Tarmac says it's
an important source of limestone for the construction industry.
The company says there will be passing places on roads and it's
agreed to restrictions on quarry traffic travelling through Creigiau.
Residents are also concerned that the planned expansion
of the quarry would bring operations close to Pentyrch primary school.
Cardiff Council says it would be inappropriate to comment at this
stage but that all representations will be carefully considered.
Rebecca John, BBC Wales Today, Creigiau.
Wales football fans who sell on priority tickets
for the World Cup qualifier in Austria could face action
according to Football Supporters' Federation Cymru.
The Football Association of Wales would not confirm fans
could face suspension, but says it'll monitor
Despite trailing 1-0 at half time, Swansea managed a 2-2
draw against Chelsea at the Liberty Stadium,
thanks to Gylfi Sigurd-sson's penalty and a goal by Leroy Fair
Let's take a look at the weather forecast.
Tomorrow it'll be dry and breezy, but expect it to turn cloudy
Some hazy sunshine and feeling quite warm with highs of 22 Celsius.
That's it for tonight, We're back with more news from Wales
in Breakfast from around 6.25 tomorrow morning.
From all of us on the late team, nos da.
Good evening. We may see some exceptional warmth this week, but