It was cold, it was damp and it was windy, but there was plenty of top-notch athletics to warm the cockles of the crowd on day five of the BT Paralympic World Cup.
Discus World Champion Dan Greaves smashed his own world record to win gold for Great Britain in the discus, with Aled Davies grabbing bronze with a personal best of 44.77m. Dan's throw, a 59.27m whopper, is about the same length as four double decker buses. Well, four double decker buses and the bonnet of a Vauxhall Astra to be exact...
On the track, all eyes fell on Oscar Pistorius in the men's T44 sprint events and he didn't disappoint - despite a vicious headwind, the Blade Runner romped home in 11.04 seconds in the 100m before recording a time of 47.26 seconds in the 400m, ahead of GB's Ian Jones in second.
Meanwhile, GB's Ola Abidogun exploded onto the global scene with an extraordinary Paralympic World Cup debut, winning gold in the men's T46 200m before claiming silver in the 100m after a photo finish.
Elsewhere, Katrina Hart claimed gold and silver in the T36 100 and 200m respectively, Sally Brown continued her rapid rise to stardom by winning bronze in the T46 100m along with a silver in the 200m, while Libby Clegg put in a couple of good performances in the T12 sprint events, earning herself silver and bronze in the 200m and 100m respectively.
At the end of the day's action, GB sit third on the leaderboard with 50 points behind Rest Of The World and The Americas on 55 points each.
Join us tomorrow for live ticker coverage of the swimming events. And be sure to join Rick Edwards for a live two-hour BT Paralympic World Cup extravaganza on C4 from 12pm.
To find out about purchasing tickets and more, visit the BT Paralympic World Cup website. And don't forget, you can get up to speed with all the latest ticket information for the London 2012 Paralympic Games atwww.London2012.com.
Behind the scenes on day four of the BT Paralympic World Cup
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