Neil Fachie said it was “beyond our dreams” after Neil and his wife Lora won Paralympic cycling gold within 16 minutes.
The success of Fachies was part of a superb Saturday for the Great Britain team that earned seven gold medals overall now.
Pilot and Neil Matt broke their own world record to beat team mates James Ball and Lewis Stewart for the gold medal.
They beat the old-time record of 59.278 seconds with a new his record of 58.038 granting Neil his second Paralympic gold following which he won with Barney Storey in 2012 at London .
And shortly afterwards, Lora and Corrine Hall, fortunately, maintained their B 3,000m pursuit crown.
The pair qualified most active for the final, setting a world record, and finished just beneath two seconds ahead of Ireland’s Katie-George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal in finals, with Britain’s Sophie Unwin and Jenny Holl by winning bronze medal.
In the final track cycling event of the Paralympics, there was the achievement in the combined team sprint with Kadeena Cox and Jaco van Gass by winning their second titles in Tokyo and Jody Cundy declaring his eighth career Paralympic success.