Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock won gold in the men's 100 metre T44 final, winning the race in a record 10.90 seconds.
Jonnie Peacock lost his leg to meningitis when he was five, now at 19 he is hoping to beat his 'hero' in the 100m final at the Paralympics.
Jonnie Peacock, the 19-year-old amputee sprinter will bid for victory ahead of defending champion Oscar Pistorius, the Blade Runner.
Great Britain have beaten France in mixed wheelchair rugby. The final score was 57-50.
The ParalympicsGB team has surpassed its Beijing total, achieving part of its numerical target when swimmer Heather Frederiksen won silver in the S8 100m Freestyle tonight. The target was to win 103 medals – one more than in Beijing. ParalympicsGB chef de mission Craig Hunter said:
I am delighted that we have succeeded in this aim with three days of competition still to go. It is testament to the talent, dedication and skill of the athletes who make up the team as well as to their support staff and to the funding we receive from the National Lottery and commercial partners.
The team have won medals in the following sports:
- Table Tennis
- Wheelchair Tennis
20-year-old Hannah Cockroft has stormed to victory in the women's 200 metre T34 final. She finished the race in 31.9 seconds
Great Britain's Ola Abidogun has taken the bronze in the men's 100m - T46, finishing in 11.23 seconds.
Great Britain's Ben Rushgrove has won a bronze medal in the men's 200 metre T36 final, running the race in 24.83 seconds.
Glen Ballard came fourth, with a finish time of 25.20 seconds.
The race was won by Ukraine's Roman Pavlyk who finished in 24.70 seconds, and silver was taken by China's Wa Wai So who finished in 24.77 seconds.
Susie Rodgers has won Great Britain's hundred medal of the Paralympic Games.
Australia's Jacqueline Freney has won gold in the women's 400m freestyle - S7, breaking the world record in 4:59.02 seconds.
Susie Rodgers came third, swimming the race in 5:18.93 - a British and European record.
Gold medal winner Josef Craig said his record making win was his proudest achievement. After winning the men's 400 metre freestyle S7 race in 4:42. 81 he said:
This is the happiest day of my life, I can't believe it. I just want to do it all over again.
Great Britain's Josef Craig has become the youngest ever paralympic athlete to win a gold medal at the age of fifteen.
He won the men's 400 metre freestyle S7 and set a new world record by swimming the race in 4:42.81.