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Great Britain sit second in the London 2012 Paralympics medal table.
ParalympicsGB have won 79 medals so far and only China (132) can lay claim to more. Russia (62) remain in third place.
Great Britain's 4x100 metre women's relay team have won bronze in the T35/38 event.
Paralympic champion David Weir has said he is "very proud" but "shocked" to clinch gold in the men's 1500m T54 final.
He told Channel 4: "I'm very proud and shocked really.
"It's been a really strong field this year in the event.
"I wasn't as nervous tonight. The plan was to win on the first night and I did. Once you get one under your belt you can start to relax really."
Great Britain's David Weir has won gold in the men's 1500m T54 final.
It is the wheelchair athlete's fourth Paralympic gold medal.
Great Britain's David Weir is set to go for his second London Paralympic gold tonight in the men's 1500m T54 final.
Home Secretary Theresa May has reportedly been booed whilst presenting Paralympic Games medals inside the Olympic Stadium.
The incident has sparked reaction on social networking site Twitter.
Great Britain have been defeated in their wheelchair basketball quarter-final against Germany at the North Greenwich Arena.
Swimmer Matt Walker has won bronze for Great Britain in the men's 50m freestyle S7 race at the Aquatics Centre.
The 34-year-old has now won 12 Paralympic medals - including four in the men's 50m freestyle event.
Great Britain's David Devine has secured a bronze medal in the men's 1500m T13 final inside London's Olympic Stadium.
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Wheelchair racer David Weir rounded off a medal-laden day for Great Britain in the Paralympics.
Ellie Simmonds swims for her third Gold. The first boccia medals will be awarded while the shooter Matt Skelhon hopes to improve.