The 2012 Paralympics is in its second week of competition and hosts Great Britain are sitting pretty in third, with 25 gold medals to their name. The Chinese continue to dominate, with 60 gold medals, while the Russians have now snuck in between the two, with 28 gold medals.
Day Seven Review:
The highlight of the day was Oscar Pistorius' – the Blade Runner – first gold of the London Games. The South African led his country to victory in the men's 4x100m relay, setting a new World Record – 41.78s – in the process. The hosts didn't do too badly for themselves on the day, winning gold medals in cycling and swimming.
Athletics: David Devine won bronze in the men's 800m (T12) behind Tunisia's Abderrahim Zhiou and Russia's Egor Sharov. Great Britain's Bethany Woodward took silver in the women's 200m (T37) event.
Cycling: The hosts continued to dominate the Velodrome, with Sarah Storey winning her third gold of the Games, this time in the women's Individual C5 Time Trial. However, David Stone, a double gold winner at the Beijing 2008 games, had to settle for bronze in the Mixed T1-2 Time Trial. Karen Darke won silver in the women's Individual H1-2 Time Trial.
Swimming: The medal-winning streak at the Aquatics Centre continued, with Team GB swimmers winning several medals.
Oliver Hynd took gold in the men's 200m Individual Medley (SM8), with a European Record of 2:24.63s. His brother, Sam Hynd, came in fourth. Robert Welbourn took bronze in the men's 400m freestyle (S10). Hannah Russell also took bronze, in the women's 100m backstroke (S12).
There was a double medal-winning performance in the women's 100m breaststroke (SB6), with Liz Johnson and Charlotte Henshaw taking bronze and silver medals and Louise Watkin claimed silver in the women's 50m freestyle (S9) event to round off a wonderful day in the pool.
Wheelchair Tennis: Andy Lapthorne and Peter Norfolk of Team GB took silver in the quad doubles event, after losing 2-6, 7-5, 2-6 to the American pair of David Wagner and Nicholas Taylor.
Day Eight Preview:
The hosts will be confident of continuing strong performances on the cycling track, with Sarah Storey leading the charge for the 11th gold of her career. David Weir will also be in action, as he looks for the third gold of the London 2012 Games. Meanwhile, South African Oscar Pistorius is back, in the men's 100m (T44) event.
Athletics: Teenager John Peacock will share the limelight with the Blade Runner, as he bids to win gold in the men's 100m (T44) final. The 19 year old is the World Record holder (10.85s) and will be confident of his chances. The final is scheduled for 9.24 pm.
Dan Greaves will look to better the bronze he won at the Beijing 2008 Games, when he competes in the final of the men's discus throw (F44). The event is scheduled for 9 pm. Paul Blake, silver medallist in the men's 400m (T36) event, will compete in the men's 800m (T36) final, scheduled for 7.24 pm.
Meanwhile, Hannah Cockroft is back in action… this time in the heats for the women's 200m (T34), scheduled for 11.41 am. The final is scheduled for 7.44 pm. Beijing 2008 silver medallist Libby Clegg will race in the heats for the women's 200m (T12) event, scheduled for 12.55 pm. The final is scheduled for 7.16 pm.
Cycling: Sarah Storey will bid for a fourth gold in the women's Individual C4-5 Road Race, with compatriot Crystal Lane for company. The race is to start at 2.32 pm at the Brands Hatch motor track. Mark Colbourne is also in action, along with Shaun McKeown, in the men's Individual C1-3 Road Race, to start at 2.30 pm. Jon-Allan Butterworth will race in the men's Individual C4-5 Road Race, to start at 10.30 am.
Swimming: A number of the previous day's medallists will return to the Aquatics Centre, as the hosts look to maintain their gold medal charge into the final few days of the London 2012 Games. Among those champions will be Lousie Watkin (heats for the women's 200m Individual Medley (SM9) at 9.40 am), Stephanie Millward (heats for the women's 200m Individual Medley (SM9) at 9.45 am) and Sam Hynd (heats for the men's 100m freestyle (S8) at 11.03 am). The women's final is scheduled for 5.38 pm and the men's for 7.22 am. Thomas Young and Sean Fraser will also participate in the men's 100m freestyle (S8).
Also in action will be Jonathan Fox, in the men's 400m freestyle (S7) heats, scheduled for 9.51 am; the final is set for 5.47 pm. Heather Frederiksen and Emma Hollis will compete in the women's 100m freestyle (S8) heats, scheduled to start at 11.10 am. The final is set for 7.29 pm.
Wheelchair Fencing: Tom Hall-Butcher will compete in the men's Individual Sabre – Category A event. The bout is set to start at 12.12 pm.
Men's Football (five-a-side): Great Britain will play China in semi final 5-8 of the men's football (five-a-side) event. The match, from the Riverbank Arena, will start at 11.15 am.
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.