The 2012 Paralympics moves into the third day of action, after an impressive opening two days. The Chinese lead the medal table with 13 golds, followed by Australia with seven and Ukraine with six. The hosts, Team GB, are close behind with four gold medals to their name and will be hoping their athletes can repeat the heroics of London Olympics 2012 champions like Victoria Pendleton, Mo Farah and Chris Hoy, to pick up vital wins in Cycling and Athletics events.
Day Two Recap:
The second day of the London 2012 Paralympics was an excellent one for the hosts, whose cyclists picked up two gold, three silver and a bronze medal. Mark Colbourne took gold in the men's Ind. C1 Pursuit event, while Jon-Allan Butterworth and Aileen McGlynn took silver in the men's Ind. C4-5 1km Time Trial. Shaun McKeown and Darren Kenny closed silver and bronze in the men's Ind. C3 Pursuit event.
Hannah Cockroft, who won Team GB's first gold, broke the Paralympic Record to take gold in the women's 100m - T34 Wheelchair race. It was a momentous day for Cockroft, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at the age of five.
Team GB also enjoyed an excellent day in the swimming pool as brothers Oliver and Sam Hynd raced to silver and bronze, respectively, in the men's 400m freestyle - S8. Heather Frederiksen took silver in the women's version of the event. James Crisp and Stephanie Millward followed suit, winning silvers for the men's and women's 100m backstroke - S9 - events, while Aaron Moores also took silver, in the men's 100m backstroke S14 event.
The other Team GB medal winner for the day was Aled Davies, who took bronze in the men's shot put F42/44.
Day Three Preview
Great Britain's Natasha Baker will compete in the women's Mixed Individual Championship Test - Grade II equestrian event.
James Bevis, Georgina Callingham and Ryan Cockbill will shoot to qualify for the final of the mixed R5-10m Air Rifle Prone SH2 event.
The hosts will be keen to continue their medal-winning ways at the Velodrome as Neil Fachie and Anthony Kappes compete in the men's Ind. B 1km Time Trial.
A number of Team GB athletes will be in the pool on the third day, looking to add to medals won on the second. These include Graham Edmunds, James Hollis and Robert Welbourn (S10 Heats for the men's 100m butterfly) and Gemma Altmond in the heats for the women's event, set for 9.30am and 9.41am respectively. For a full list of swimming events and times for the day, click here.
Alexandra Rickham and Niki Birrell will take part in the first of the fleet races for the Two-Person Keelboard (SKUD 18) event and Helena Lucas in the Single-Person Keelboat (2.4mR) event. Sailing events for the day start at 11am.
Louise Hunt, Jordanne While and Dave Phillipson will lead four other Team GB members in the Wheelchair Tennis event for men and women. Tennis starts at 11am, with Marc McCarroll the first Briton in action. He is scheduled to play Dutchman Tom Egberink.
For more information on Team GB athletes in action on Day Three, click here.
Where to Watch Live
You can follow all the action live on Channel 4, More 4 and on Channel4.com. BBC Radio 5Live and Radio 5Live Sports extra will provide radio commentary.