Richard Whitehead is going for his second gold of the games to add to his 200m title.
The 36-year-old famously flexed his biceps in a triumphant "two-gun salute" in a thrilling final on Saturday and now the Nottingham star will be hoping to emulate the feat in today's 100m race.
Shelly Woods, who proved her medal credentials in the T45 1500m by claiming a much-needed and morale-boosting win in the heats, goes for gold.
Mickey Bushell seeks a second gold in the T53 200m as Scott Moorhouse has an outside chance in javelin.
After running a personal best to finish fourth in the 200m T35, Sophia Warner runs in the 100m.
Jim 'The Swim'Anderson, is competing in his sixth Paralympic at the age of 49, goes in the 50m freestyle.
Four-time Paralympic medallist, Louise Watkin, 20, will bid to upset Natalie du Toit in the women's S9 100metres freestyle.
Rachel Morris, the 2008 champion, who recovered from a road accident in July which wrote off her bike, has a decent chance of winning gold in the hand cycling road race.