Ones to watch on day seven of the Paralympic Games

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Oscar Pistorius is back in action Photo: David Davies/PA Wire

ATHLETICS

Oscar Pistorius is back in action in the T44 100m Heats after his outburst after losing to the Brazalian Alan Oliveira in the T44 200m final.

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Race day tomorrow, can’t wait to get back on the track! Still very much regretting my reaction on Monday in heat of the moment .. sorry ..

GB's own Blade runner Jonnie Peacock in the heats of T44 100m Heats - Peacock faces the 200m Gold medallist Oliveira in his heat.

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Pistorius with Jonnie Peacock Credit: EMPICS Sport

David Weir is back in action at 10:25 for the heats of the T54 800m - the other event he won in Beijing - and he goes in the Marathon on Sunday.

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David Weir is back in action Credit: John Walton/PA Wire

SWIMMING

The Hynd brothers Sam and Oliver are in contention for a medal when they compete in the SM8 200m Individual Medley Heats.

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The Hynd brothers Sam and Oliver Credit: Lynne Cameron/PA Wire

TRACK CYCLING

Mark Colbourne will bid for C1 road time-trial success on the opening day of road cycling at Brands Hatch.

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Cyclist Mark Colbourne Credit: David Davies/PA Wire

WHEELCHAIR TENNIS

Peter Norfolk and Andrew Lapthorne have a chance of gold in today's quad doubles final against American duo Nicholas Taylor and David Wagner.

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Britain's Peter Norfolk Credit: EMPICS SPORT

WHEELCHAIR RUGBY

The Wheelchair Rugby, or 'Murderball', gets underway with ParalympicsGB up against the United States.

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Wheelchair rugby team captain Steve Brown Credit: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

WHEELCHAIR FENCING

Gabi Down, 14, one of the youngest members of ParalympicsGB, makes her paralympic debut in the wheelchair fencing.