It's contrasting fortunes for Weir and Chin as target surpassed.
DAVID Weir and Rebecca Chin suffered contrasting emotions on day eight of the Paralympics - the wheelchair racer ended a 12-year wait extended by 24 hours for gold, while the thrower was left in limbo by a reclassification Reclassification
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Weir finished first in the men's T54 800 metres final on Saturday night only for a protest over a lanes mix-up by Australia's Kurt Fearnley, the second-placed athlete, to deny him gold.
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Chin has not been so fortunate.
The 16-year-old from Deganwy was reclassified after winning silver in the women's F37/38 discus and will return to North Wales with nothing - not even a category in which to compete in the Paralympics.
The medal fiascos overshadowed a day when Britain surpassed the gold medal target laid down by UK Sport when Welsh swimmers Eleanor Simmonds and David Roberts - winning his 11th Paralympic title to equal Tanni Grey-Thompson's mark - and wheelchair tennis ace Peter Norfolk won gold to take the tally to 41 and 90 medals in all.
Chin, who was reclassified on the eve On the Eve (Накануне in Russian) is the third novel by famous Russian writer Ivan Turgenev, best known for his short stories and the novel Fathers and Sons. of the Games from the F44 category (as a les autres or other) to the F38 category (for those with cerebral palsy), has been denied a medal in her first Games - becoming the third British athlete after Shelly Woods and Weir to be embroiled in a medal mix-up.