We all know the best bit about watching both the Paralympics and the Olympics is witnessing the crazy celebrations.
Because, even if you're pretty much the least emotional person ever, admit it: It's kinda impossible not to feel moved by the triumphant looks on the athletes' faces.
To celebrate Great Britain finishing the penultimate day of the Rio Paralympics with a mighty 64 gold medals - Britain's total medal haul is now 147, FYI - here are 13 victorious moments from some of our truly inspirational Paralympians.
1. Alice Tai, Claire Cashmore, Stephanie Slater and Stephanie Millward celebrate together after winning gold in the pool.
2. Will Bayley looks ecstatic about winning the class 7 men's singles table tennis gold medal.
3. Georgina Hermitage breaks the world record to win gold in the women's 100m - T37 final.
4. In the men's 100m - T42 final, Richard Whitehead won a joint silver.
5. Ellie Simmonds proudly shows off the gold she won in the 200m individual medley - SM6 final.
5. Here's canoeist Emma Wiggs during the medal ceremony for the women's KL2 at the Lagoa Stadium.
6. Over to the Equestrian team, and Natasha Baker looks emotional after winning her gold.
7. Hollie Arnold celebrates both setting a new world record and winning the women's javelin throw F46 final.
8. Jeanette Chippington kisses her canoeing gold medal in the women's KL1 medal ceremony.
9. Robert Davies took gold in the class 1 men's singles table tennis.
10. Rachel Morris looks excited on the podium before collecting her gold medal in the AS women's single sculls.
11. Pure joy for gold medallist Kadeena Cox - she won the women's C4-5 500m time trial final.
12. Jonnie Peacock celebrates crossing the finish line first during the men's final 100m T44 athletics.
13. Canoeist Anne Dickins punches the air as she wins the women's KL3 Final.