It's seven medals for Team Ireland at the Paralympics, with Katie-George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal claiming their second gold in cycling.
They took victory in the B road race in Tokyo in a time of 2 hours 35.53 seconds, edging out teams from Great Britain and Sweden by seven seconds.
With 2 golds and a silver for the entire Games, Dunlevy and McCrystal have surpassed their performance in Rio from five years ago.
They won the time trial earlier this week, having earlier landed a silver in the Velodrome.
Earlier at the Paralympics today, Martin Gordon and Eamonn Byrne withdrew from their B road race.
Richelle Timothy finished 11th in the C1 to 3 road race.
And Ronan Grimes was 11th in the C4 to 5 road race.
In canoeing, Patrick O’Leary ended 9th in the KL3 category, winning the B Final.
And swimmer Patrick Flanagan was 17th in the SB6 100 metres backstroke.
#TeamIreland #Gold for KATIE-GEORGE DUNLEVY & EVE MCCRYSTAL! #TeamIreland duo win #gold in the B Road Race, with a time of 2:35:53 👏
Medal number 3 at #Tokyo2020 for the legendary tandem! #TeamIreland | #TheNextLevel pic.twitter.com/nS2iSJRwht
— Paralympics Ireland (@ParalympicsIRE) September 3, 2021