The London Paralymics draws to a close today - but not before British athletes make their final medal push.
Thousands of people are expected to line the streets of the capital this morning to watch David Weir go for his fourth gold in the T54 wheelchair marathon.
The 33-year-old, whose trademark "Weirwolf" howl has become one of the sounds of the Games, is favourite to add to his 5000m, 1500m and 800m titles.
Fellow Brit Shelly Woods will also be going for gold in the T54 female marathon, as the final six events of the Games get under way.
Today will also see the finals of the wheelchair rugby and seven-a-side football competitions.
On Saturday night, 'Blade Runner' Oscar Pistorius won his first individual gold of the Games in the men's 400m final.
He had a pocketed a sprint relay gold but was beaten in the finals of the 200m and 100m - the latter by Britain's Jonnie Peacock.
The South African left the rest of the field trailing as he sped to the finish line to bring the curtain down on the action in the Olympic Stadium.
Swimmer Ellie Simmonds was unable to win her third gold despite producing the fastest swim of her life.
The Swansea-based 17-year-old sent the Aquatics Centre into raptures in the S6 100-metre freestyle final.
But she narrowly lost out to US rival Victoria Arlen and had to make do with silver to add to her two golds and a bronze.
Earlier, David Stone won Great Britain's 33rd gold medal of the Games in the mixed T1-2 road race at Brands Hatch.
It was the 31-year-old's third Paralympic title after his two victories in Beijing.
Before today's action, ParalympicsGB had amassed 118 medals - well above its target of 103 - and sat third in the medals table behind China and Russia.
London 2012 bosses will later reveal who will be Britain's flagbearer at tonight's closing ceremony, with wheelchair racer Weir tipped to get the nod.
Organisers on Saturday revealed the event, at the Olympic Stadium, will take on a festival feel, featuring flames, armed forces personnel and a legion of "travellers".
They said British chart-toppers Coldplay will play an "unusual setlist" designed to represent the seasons of the year.
But they would not let on if American stars Jay-Z and Rihanna will be among those joining them on stage.