Some frenetic Swimming sessions on Day Seven feature British brothers Sam and Ollie Hynd who both race in the 200m individual medley SM8 final at 5.30pm. Also in the pool are the likes of Russia's Olesya Vladykina, Brazil's Andre Brasil, Ukrain's Maksym Veraksa, France's David Smetanine and South African sensation Natalie Du Toit. Most British cyclists and handcyclists are in action at Brands Hatch with the Road Cycling time trials for men and women. Britian's Jon-Allan Butterworth competes in the men's C5 time trial at 10.30am. And Italy's Alex Zanardi, a former Formula One driver and number one in the world, is the one to watch in the H4 time trial from 2.30pm. At 2pm over in the Basketball Arena, Team GB start the Wheelchair Rugby competition with a pool phase match against current Paralympic champions and the top ranked team in the world, the United States. In Wheelchair Tennis there's the quad doubles final and bronze medal match at Eton Manor, while the British men's Basketball team could be in quarter-final action in the afternoon. Evening Athletics action in the Olympic Stadium includes three mouth-watering 100m finals that should feature Brazilian Terezinha Guilhermina (T11), Australia's Kelly Cartwright (T42) and Canada's Michelle Stilwell (T52). One of the Games's biggest crowd-pleasers, Iran's Siamand Rahman, will take part in the men's +100kg Powerlifting final at the ExCeL Centre.
Medal events: Cycling Road, Archery, Athletics, Shooting, Powerlifting, Swimming, Wheelchair Fencing, Wheelchair Tennis