14 September 2016
He will also have the chance to claim a second Rio gold when he takes part in the final of the quad singles.
In other day-six highlights, sprinter Evan O’Hanlon announced his retirement after claiming silver in the T38 100m final. O’Hanlon’s silver adds to the five Paralympic gold medals he won in Beijing and London.
"I got married in December and my beautiful wife's waited until now to be able to have our honeymoon," O'Hanlon told the ABC.
"We want to start a family, and to give them the best start in life I think I'm going to have to step away from the track, regrettably."
In the pool, Aussies claimed three silver and a bronze. It takes Australia’s swimming tally to 18 medals with four days remaining on the program.
Timothy Disken, Ellie Cole and Maddison Elliott all finished with silver medals, while Matthew Levy picked up a bronze in the men’s SM7 200m IM.
Fresh from his gold medal in the 100m, Disken was just 0.04 seconds from another victory, this time in the 50m free.
Read more on the Australian Paralympic Team’s websites.