We have plenty more medal contenders competing today and hoping to add to the coveted collection of medals achieved so far.

Read on to find out who you should be keeping an eye on today…

Athletics: Hart goes in the T37 200m heats in the morning session at the Olympic Stadium with the final in the evening. Jenny McLoughlin and Bethany Woodward also feature.

David Devine is in the T12 800m final after winning 1500m bronze tonight, and Sally Brown goes in the T46 100m.

Boccia: Britain’s Boccia players return for individual competitions at ExCeL. Scott McCowan and Jacob Thomas face Spaniards in the BC3 round of 32 at 11:25, while at 12:45 Dan Bentley plays Cristina Goncalves of Portugal and Zoe Robinson takes on Adam Dukovich of Canada in the BC2 event. Nigel Murray has a bye to the last 16 of the BC2 draw.

Cycling: Day seven of the Games sees the first of four days of Road Cycling, with Time Trials for men and women at Brands Hatch.

Britain’s women won two Time Trial golds at Beijing 2008 and both Storey and Morris are aiming to defend their titles. Storey goes in the women’s C5 event, along with Crystal Lane, with Morris in the women’s H3 Handcycling event.

Jon-Allan Butterworth, who has already won three Track silver medals at these Games, competes in the C5 event.

Stone contests the mixed T1-2 Time Trial – he dominated the Road Cycling in his classes at Beijing, winning both the Time Trial and the Road Race.

Lora Turnham and pilot Fiona Duncan take their tandem from the track to the road for the women’s B Time Trial. Mark Colbourne races in the men’s individual C1 with Shaun McKeown in the C3. Karen Darke goes in the women’s H2 event.

Swimming: Liz Johnson aims to retain the SB6 100m Breaststroke title she won in Beijing four years ago. She is joined by team-mate Charlotte Henshaw. The heats of all events are in the morning and final in the evening session.

Jim Anderson goes in the S2 50m Backstroke, an event in which he has won medals at each of the last five Paralympic Games. His haul includes golds in Atlanta and Athens.

The Hynd brothers Oliver and Sam go in the SM8 200m Individual Medley, with the former bidding for a third medal and the latter a second. Matt Whorwood competes in the SB6 100m Breaststroke and James O’Shea in the SB5 version. Rob Welbourn and Gemma Almond contest the men’s and women’s S10 400m Freestyle respectively.

Emma Hollis goes in the SM8 200m Individual Medley and Hannah Russell in the S12 1000m Backstroke.

A trio of British swimmers – Louise Watkin, Amy Marren and Lauren Steadman – swim in the S9 50m Freestyle.

Wheelchair Tennis: Peter Norfolk and Andy Lapthorne aim to become the first GB pair to strike gold in the Quad Doubles. Twice Quad Singles champion, Norfolk was knocked out of that competition on Tuesday.

Gordon Reid has two quarter-final matches, first against Dutch player Maikel Scheffers in the Singles, then joining Marc McCarroll to take on the French duo in the Doubles.