The Paralympics 2012 has now notched up an impressive 56 medals and now stands at 17 gold’s, 24 silver’s and 15 bronzes.
Oscar Pistorius, apologised for the timing of his post-race criticism of Alan Oliveira’s T44 200m victory yesterday, in which he questioned the legality of the Brazilian’s blades. The men’s athletics attracted 4.5 million viewers on Sunday night: the highest five-minute peak yet for Channel 4's Paralympics coverage.
Great Britain added a 17th gold medal on Monday when Natasha Baker won her second Paralympic title of the games in the Grade II freestyle dressage.
Ellie Simmonds set a world record of three minutes 6.97 seconds in qualifying for Monday evening’s final of the 200m individual medley as she seeks a second gold medal of London 2012.
Sascha Kindred will seek to win a fourth successive Paralympic 200m individual medley title after qualifying fastest for Monday evening’s final, while Jonathan Fox and Matt Walker go in the 100m freestyle.
And Lee Pearson will look to become the joint-most successful modern-day British Paralympian, alongside Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson and Dave Roberts when he goes in the equestrian individual freestyle test.
Written and presented by Ann Salter