Ones to watch on day three of the Paralympics

Paralympic swimmer Ellie Simmonds
Paralympic swimmer Ellie Simmonds Credit: Press Association

WOMEN'S 400m FREESTYLE SWIMMING - S6

  • Saturday, 17:50, Aquatics Centre, Olympic Park

The Walsall-born Swansea swimmer won two Paralympic titles in Beijing aged just 13. She is defending the S6 400metres freestyle title in the pool in the first of her four events. She will also be competing in the 50m, 100m & 200m individual medley during the Paralympics.

Sarah Storey with her Gold Medal after winning the Women's Individual C5 Pursuit Finals
Sarah Storey with her Gold Medal after winning the Women's Individual C5 Pursuit Finals Credit: Press Association

WOMEN'S INDIVIDUAL C4-5 500m CYCLING

  • Saturday 14:30, Velodrome, Olympic Park

Sarah Storey competes for a medal again. The former swimmer who was born with a partly-formed left hand has already powered to victory to claim her eighth Paralympic gold of a glittering career. She could add to that today.

Lee Pearson goes for gold today
Lee Pearson goes for gold today Credit: Press Association

GRADE LB INDIVIDUAL EQUESTRIAN

  • Saturday 14:30, Greenwich Park, south east London

Equestrian Lee Pearson is bidding for his 10th Paralympic gold medal in the Grade Ib individual championship test.

Natalie Blake competes in Powerlifting
Natalie Blake competes in Powerlifting Credit: Press Association

WOMEN'S 52kg POWERLIFTING

  • Saturday 15:00, Excel Centre, east London

Her father Keith has more than 20 years of experience as a weightlifting coach and today Natalie Blake goes for gold for ParalympicsGB in the Powerlifting. Competitors are classified by bodyweight and athletes with different impairments compete for the same medals.

Paralympic cyclists Craig Maclean (left) and Anthony Kappes
Paralympic cyclists Craig Maclean (left) and Anthony Kappes Credit: Press Association

MEN'S INDIVIDUAL B 1KM CYCLING

  • Saturday 09:30, Velodrome, Olympic Park

Defending champion Anthony Kappes is to team up with Craig MacLean, an Olympic medallist, in the blind and visually impaired tandem one-kilometre time-trial, with British team-mates Neil Fachie and Barney Storey expected to be their biggest rivals.