Welsh athletes competing in the Paralympic games in Rio have a busy day ahead of them.
Phil Pratt will be competing alongside his GB teammates hoping for a bronze in the wheelchair basketball.
Stephen Thomas will be on the water for the sailing sonar in race 11.
It's the start of the T44 100m heats with Laura Sugar looking for a place in the next round.
And it's the final for Beverly Jones and the women's discuss throw.
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Welsh swimmer Aaron Moores will compete in the first heat of the 100m breaststroke at the Paralympic Games in Rio later today.
If he makes it through the heats, Moores is expected to compete in the final at approximately 22:06 BST this evening, along with team-mate Scott Quin.
The 22-year-old secured a silver in the backstroke at London 2012 and is a real medal hopeful, despite failing to qualify for the final of S14 100m backstroke last week.
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Table tennis ace Rob Davies has won Great Britain's 30th gold medal of the Paralympics in Rio.
Twenty-four hours after Will Bayley won Class 7 singles gold, Davies triumphed in the Class 1 final.
The wheelchair table tennis player beat South Korea's Joo Young Dae 3-1 (14-12 4-11 11-9 11-5).
The 32-year-old, who was born in Abergavenny, broke his neck while playing semi-professional rugby for Brecon in 2005 and plays with a bat strapped to his hand.
Britain's Hollie Arnold has won gold in the F46 javelin in Rio.
The 22-year-old from Lincolnshire won with a world-record throw of 43.01 metres.
Welsh champion thrower Aled Davies has won gold in the F42 shot-put event at the Paralympic Games in Rio.
The 25-year-old took bronze in the event four years ago and had spoken of his desire to upgrade his medal this time around.
It means another gold for the Bridgend thrower, who also took top spot in the F42 discus at the London Games.