T36 400m silver medal winner Paul Blake has said that he cannot have any complaints after winning bronze at his first Paralympics.
Blake, who lost to a world record from the Russian Evgenii Shvetcov, also admitted that he lost to the better man on the day.
"It was a pretty amazing atmosphere," Blake said. "I can't complain about the support, I've never had that much in my life.
"I didn't win but it's my first Paralympics and I can't complain.
"I was aware of the leader but I was focusing on my own race. He was just stronger on the day and congratulations to him."
Blake's was Britain's second medal of the evening on the track.