Tokyo Paralympics 2020: Great Britain's Jonathan Broom-Edwards claims T64 high jump gold in Tokyo
Jonathan Broom-Edwards is a Paralympic champion after winning gold for Great Britain in the T64 high jump.
The 33-year-old delivered a season's best performance of 2.10m to become champion, the same height he managed in Rio where he only managed silver.
Broom-Edwards, a former Clere School pupil, finished ahead of India's Kuma Praveen in second and Maciej Lepiato of Poland in third.
"I am so emotional," he said after his victory. "To just get it right at the right time, I am so relieved, elated, excited and crying my eyes out.
"I've been striving for that gold for years. They were horrible conditions so I tried to keep my cool and get it right when it counted, and I am so proud of myself.
"(Silver medallist) Praveen (Kumar) pulled out a personal best and fair play to him, that put me on the back foot.
"I had to rise above that and I am so proud that I did. 2.10m was a bit of an ugly jump but it was a season best so I am delighted."
The victory has helped Great Britain pass the 100-medal mark for the Paralympic Games and, as a result, they've moved above the Russian Paralympic Committee (RPC) into second in the medals table.