It's day nine of the Paralympics, and this morning the UK woke up to three more gold medals, taking us to 31 gold medals now, and back up to second place in the medals table.
Hannah Cockcroft, Jonnie Peacock and David Weir all won gold, as Paralympic GB cemented their second place in the medal table.
Cockcroft added T34 200m gold to her 100m title, Weir won a third gold after victories in the 5000m and 1500m finals, while Peacock dominated Oscar Pistorius to claim T44 100m success in the Games' blue ribbon event.
Richard Whitehead and Sophia Warner will seek to add to GBs success on the track in the men's and women's 100m today , while Shelly Woods and Jade Jones go in the women's 1500m.
Sascha Kindred will be keen to win his first Paralympic gold in the 50m butterfly, and Natalie du Toit looks to add to her 13 gold medals.
Elsewhere, both Rachel Morris and Karen Darke compete in the women's handcycling road race with Italian legend Alex Zanardi, who is looking for a second gold in the men's race.
And great news from David Cameron today is that, once the Paralympics are over, to reflect the scale of achievement by all British athletes, Britain's Olympians and Paralympians are set to get their own honours list - rather than simply being included in the New Year's Honours, where champions, such as Jessica Ennis, Bradley Wiggins, Ben Ainslie and Mo Farah are expected to be recognised.
Written and presented by Ann Salter.