GB is looking forward to another golden day today and the hot ticket is- world record holder Jonnie Peacock going head-to-head with South African Oscar Pistorius in the T44 100m final. The race promises to be one of the most keenly contested of the Paralympic Games after the pair breezed through their qualifiers and Pistorius had blade rage as he claimed Brazilian Alan Oliveira were being given an advantage by having longer prosthetic legs.
Sarah Storey can etch her name in British Paralympic folklore with victory in the women's C4-5 road race, while Mark Colbourne, Shaun McKeown and Jon-Allan Butterworth go in the men's event.
David Weir will seek to add a third gold medal in the men's T54 800m but faces competition from Canadian Marcel Hug.
Great Britain men's wheelchair basketball team can guarantee themselves at least at silver medal should they beat Canada in the semi-final.
Jonathan Fox saw his S7 400m world record beaten by fellow Brit Josef Craig as the pair qualified for Thursday's final, while the British trio Louise Watkin, Steph Millward and Lauren Steadman will hope to overhaul South African Natalie du Toit in the women's SM9 200m.
And Susannah Rodgers who qualified second fastest behind Jacqueline Freney in the women's S7 400m for Thursday's final, is hoping to add to two bronze medals already won at London 2012. So lots more opportunities to add to the medal hardware today.
Written and presented by Ann Salter