Keep up to date with how Paralympic athletes from the Westcountry are doing in the 2012 games
A Cornish village is celebrating after local swimmer Jonathan Fox won paralympic gold.
ParalympicsGB are hoping for a gold-winning Games. We look at some of the Westcountry athletes in competition.
Taunton's Debbie Criddle won a silver medal in the individual Grade 3 dressage event. Her performance played a big part in helping Great Britain achieve a team gold overall.
Paralympian Jonathan Fox from St Stephen in Cornwall has made it through to the finals of the 100m S7 Freestyle. He placed 2nd in the heats with a personal best.
It's been a good day for the West Country's paralympic athletes. Truro's Gemma Prescott won a bronze medal in the Women's Club Throw event.
In the pool, Matt Whorwood, who's also from Truro, has just won bronze in the Men's 400 metre freestyle S6 final.
Tonight, Anthony Stephens from Somerset will be hoping for a medal in the final of the Men's 200 metre S5 event. He finished second in his heat earlier.
A post box in gold medallist Jonathan Fox's hometown of St Stephen, near St Austell has been painted gold.
Fox, 21, took home the gold in the men's S7 100m backstroke yesterday.
Ian Russel, Paralympic gold medallist Jonathan Fox's former swimming coach at the Newquay Comorants.
Cornwall's Ben Proctor has qualified for the men's S14 100m backstroke final. He came second in his heat with a time of 1:06:01.
The final is tonight at 7:31pm.
Ben Procter will swim in the heats of the men's 100m backstroke this morning.
London 2012 will be his first Paralympic Games.
Although the 22-year-old Newquay boy now trains in Manchester, until last year he swam at Newquay Cormorants and Truro City. He's also an honorary member of Saddleworth Swimming Club, where he first started swimming.
Ben secured the second fastest time of his career at the 2012 British Swimming Championships in London where he went on to win silver in the 200m Freestyle.
Check out more of the Westcountry's athletes here:
A post box in gold medallist Jonathan Fox's hometown of St Stephen, near St Austell will be painted gold today.
Fox, 21, took home the gold in the men's S7 100m backstroke yesterday. He was always favourite to win, after breaking the world record in his qualifying race.
Although Fox now lives in Manchester, he grew up in Cornwall and used to swim with the Newquay Cormorants.
Individual first class stamps celebrating Jonathan's success are also being produced. The stamps will be on sale in around 500 dedicated Post Offices across the UK from tomorrow [Saturday] and at another 4,700 branches thereafter.
The UK is the first country to paint post boxes gold to celebrate Paralympics gold medal wins.