London 2012 Paralympics moves into the sixth day, after a highly successful opening five days. Team GB extended their advantage at the second place in the medal table winning three more golds on day five. Britain's paralympians took home nine medals from four sports on the day, taking the country's overall tally to 63. With 19 golds in all, GB are now three ahead of Australia and Russia. The Republic of China lead the medal table with 46 golds.

Day 5 round-up:

Mickey Bushell
Mickey Bushell triumphed in the T53 100m

The 2012 Paralympics poster girl Ellie Simmonds claimed her second gold of the Games, breaking another world record to win the 200m individual medley. Natalie Jones took the bronze in the same race, while Sascha Kindred won silver in the 200m individual medley. Susie Rodgers claimed Britain's fourth medal from the pool by clinching bronze in the 100m freestyle.

In athletics, Mickey Bushell, who won silver in Beijing, roared to gold in the T53 100m in front of a capacity crowd at the Olympic Stadium. Tem GB's success on the track and in the pool came on the same day when Natasha Baker won her second gold of the Games in the equestrian dressage.Meanwhile, 45-year-old Paul Davies won bronze in table tennis on his Paralympic debut.

Day 6 preview (all times BST):

Ellie Simmonds

Swimming: Simmonds will be hoping to make it a stunning hat-trick of golds as she races in the 50m freestyle, along with compatriot Jones at 5:50 pm. Defending champion Heather Frederiksen will look to defend her 100m backstroke title at 5:37 pm. Meanwhile, Jonathan Fox goes for his second gold in the men's 50m freestyle at 8:11 pm.

Archery: Danielle Brown - the first Paralympian to compete at a Commonwealth Games (2010) for England - will defend her individual compound title (semi-final 3:30 pm, final 4 pm).

David Weir

Athletics: David Weir, who triumphed in the 5000m, will look for his second gold of the Games in the 1500m at 9:42 pm. Tracey Hinton and Northern Ireland's Sally Brown will be on the track for the 100m heats from 10 am, while Bev Jones will be in action in shot put at 10:45 am.

Wheelchair Fencing: Simon Wilson and Vivien Mills will be in action in the men's individual foil at the ExCel Centre (heats 09:30 am, finals 6:30 pm).

Boccia: World number one and triple Paralympic medal winner Nigel Murray is expected to feature in the final at 5:50 pm.

Where to Watch Live:

You can follow all the action live on Channel 4, More 4 and on BBC Radio 5Live and Radio 5Live Sports extra will provide radio commentary.