Just take a look at these beautiful photos of Paralympians from around the world celebrating their wins with their families.
Britain's gold medalist team members Grace Clough, Daniel Brown, Pamela Relph, James Fox and Oliver James with their family members and supporters celebrate victory.
Bronze medalist Moran Samuel of Israel looks at her son Arad during the victory ceremony.
Lora Turnham of Great Britain celebrates with family and friends at Rio Olympic Velodrome.
Lora Turnham of Great Britain celebrates with family and friends after winning the Women's B 3000m Individual Pursuit Final on day four of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Gold medalist Daniel Brown from Great Britain celebrates his victory at Lagoa Stadium.
Gold medalist Pamela Relph from Great Britain celebrates her victory at the Lagoa Stadium.
Christopher Skelley of Britain celebrates bronze medal.
Sophie Pascoe of New Zealand hugs boyfriend Tom Casey after winning a gold medal.
Sophie Pascoe of New Zealand hugs father Gary Pascoe after winning a gold medal on day three of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Sandrine Martinet of France hugs her son Loic as she celebrates her gold medal.
Gold medalist Veronika Vadovicova of Slovakia is kissed by her coach and boyfriend Milan Golena.
Bronze medalist Moran Samuel of Israel kisses her son Arad as she poses with her medal.
Louis Rolfe and Jody Cundy of Britain celebrate.
And, of course, we found more pictures on Twitter.
Mum, Margaret ✅
Dad, Ian ✅
Paralympic Medal ✅
All in a day's work for club throw bronze medallist Gemma Prescott. pic.twitter.com/olfZsIdfaV
— C4 Paralympics (@C4Paralympics) September 9, 2016
These cheerleaders were particularly patriotic.
— Laurie Hanna (@LaurieHanna) September 8, 2016
— Paralympics Ireland (@ParalympicsIRE) September 9, 2016
Others showed their support by dressing up.
— AUS Paralympic Team (@AUSParalympics) September 9, 2016
And some were there just when their athletes needed them.
— CBC Olympics (@CBCOlympics) September 10, 2016
— Francis Keogh (@HonestFrank) September 8, 2016
Congratulations to all the Paralympians and their families.