Mark Colbourne has scooped gold in the 3km pursuit, setting another Paralympic record at the same time.
Welsh cyclist Mark Colbourne and swimmer Nyree Kindred have both taken silver on the opening day of the Paralympic Games.
Cyclist Mark Colbourne is among the Welsh athletes aiming high on the opening day of the London 2012 Paralympics.
Proposals are being launched today aimed at making walking and cycling "easier and safer".
The Welsh Government's Active Travel Bill will place a legal duty on councils to create a network of routes for walking and cycling, and will require them to continuously improve it.
The government says the plans are being introduced so that more people can experience the health benefits of cycling and walking and greenhouse gas emissions can be reduced.
It says that by encouraging more people to walk and cycle, congestion will be reduced and the number of days lost through sickness will go down.
Abergavenny's Becky James has finished fifth in the keirin final at the Track Cycling World Cup in Glasgow this afternoon. German rider Kristina Vogel won gold.
Becky James' strong form at the Track Cycling World Cup shows no sign of stopping. The 20-year-old from Abergavenny, who won the first gold in Glasgow in the team sprint on Friday night, cruised through the first round of the keirin this morning, and will compete for the medals again this afternoon.
Last night, James won a bronze medal in the individual sprint. She was beaten by fellow Briton Jess Varnish - her partner to win the team sprint on Friday - in the solo semi-final. The Welsh cyclist then proved too strong for Hong Kong's Lee Wai Sze in the bronze ride-off. Varnish won silver.
Welsh cyclists have already won two gold medals at the Track Cycling World Cup in Glasgow.
20-year-old Becky James from Abergavenny and her partner Jess Varnish held off their Spanish counterparts to claim the women's team sprint.
18-year-old Elinor Barker managed to repeat the feat in the women's team pursuit. She and teammates Laura Trott and Dani King overpowered the Australian trio to win by a second.
Tredegar cyclist Mark Colbourne won gold in the C1 individual pursuit this afternoon.
The stamp will go on sale within the next 5 days and a post box will be painted gold in his home town tomorrow.
More gold for Geraint - but this time not a medal.
Following Team GB's success in the men's team pursuit yesterday, this post box in Geraint Thomas' hometown of Cardiff has been painted gold in his honour.
The post box is situated opposite Cardiff Castle.
A post box will also be painted in Huddersfield for fellow cyclists Ed Clancy and in Colne, Lancashire, for Steven Burke.
Meanwhile the Isle of Man Post Office, which is independent of the Royal Mail network, will be making its own arrangements to paint a post box gold for its gold-medal-winning resident Peter Kennaugh.
The four have also been commemorated on a special Royal Mail postage stamp.