It's a huge day in the Olympic Stadium with the completion of many Athletics finals. Britain's wheelchair racer supremo Dave Weir picked up Britain's only gold medals in the Beijing Athletics events and the Londoner will hope to defend his T54 800m title at 9.07pm in front of a home crowd – with Switzerland's Marcel Hug likely to push the home hope all the way. World champion F44 discus thrower Dan Greaves, the world record holder, will do his best for a medal, but stands stiff competition from USA's Jeremy Campbell. While world champions Hannah Cockroft and Libby Clegg are both in action: Cockroft should be part of the T34 200m final while Beijing silver medallist Clegg will try and go one better in the T12 200m with the help of guide runner Mikail Huggins. In the men's 100m T44 event (at 9.16pm), a hotly anticipated highlight of the Paralympics, it promises to be a close contest between the three top athletes: South Africa's Oscar Pistorius, USA's Jerome Singleton and the current world record holder, Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock. At Weymouth and Portland, medals are up for grabs in the last Sailing races. The Brits to watch out for in each category are: Helena Lucas (2.4mR), Alexandra Rickham and Niki Birrell (SKUD 18), and John Robertson, Hannah Stodel and Stephen Thomas (Sonar). But it's Israel's Sonar team who are the favourites in the 11-race series in Weymouth which culminates in today's race at 11am. Over at Brands Hatch, it's the men's and women's C1-3 and C4-5 Cycling Road Races, with GB star Sarah Storey and the Czech Republic's Jiri Jezek expected to put in top performances. In the men's individual C1-2-3 one-kilometre time trial at 2pm, Rik Waddon hopes to improve on his Beijing silver and emulate Bradley Wiggins' success.
Medal events: Cycling Road, Athletics, Sailing, Shooting, Swimming, Wheelchair Fencing