1037: Oscar Pistorius LATEST:
IPC spokesman Craig Spence has said all blades have a maximum length according to the size of the runner.
"As far as the IPC is concerned, Oliveria's blades were within the rules when he raced.
"Emotions were high last night. This was Oscar's first defeat in nine years over 200m."
1042: Hmmmmm....We'll keep you updated on O-Pis-gate (too soon?) throughout the day. In the meantime, let's not forget this isn't just the Oscar Show. It's Day Five of the London 2012 Paralympics.
There are 50 gold medals up for grabs in six different sports today. The Athletics has just kicked off and over at the Table Tennis we've got another gold medal...
1110: The Table Tennis finals are in full swing this morning, with Slovakia's Alena Kanova picking up her country's first medal of the games - a bronze in the Women's Class 3.
1124: A big upset in the athletics as Ukraine's Oxana Boturchuk knocks Brazilian golden girl Terezinha Guilhermina out of the 400m - T12 heats.
You might remember last night Guilhermina and her two team mates sparked street parties across Brazil after taking gold, silver and bronze in the 200m - T11.
Quite a shock then, that she won't be in the 400m finals tonight.
1134: Coming up next, the heats of the 400m -T 54.
Featuring a very special woman indeed. Introducing 23-year-old American Tatyana McFadden…
1140: Known as ‘The Beast’ for her incredible strength, Tatyana has easily won her heat and will now go through to the finals tonight.
The overwhelming favourite tonight, Tatyana already picked up four golds in last year’s World Championships.
1156: Another gold in London would be a special moment for the young woman who began life in a Russian orphanage.
Tatyana was born with spina bifida, paralysed from the waist down and abandoned at a St Petersburg orphanage. Left without a wheelchair, she was forced to walk using her hands.
As a six-year-old she was adopted by American Deborah McFadden, who had been visiting the orphanage as part of her work as a commissioner for disabilities in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Sciences.
It was a visit that would change Tatyana’s life forever.
1225: Living legend. The term gets bandied around far too much for my liking. But there's just no other way to describe Dutch Wheelchair Tennis superstar Esther Vergeer.
She's just won her 467th consecutive match against Germany's Katharina Kruger 6-0, 6-0.
I repeat, 467th CONSECUTIVE MATCH. That takes her through to the quarter finals.
1231: Over at the Men's 7-a-side Football and GB is getting an absoluetly flogging from Ukraine 7-1, now in extra time. That's a preliminary round game.
1235: And that'll do it. GB has just been knocked out by Ukraine in the Men's 7-a-side Football. They'll next face Brazil on September 5.
1247: Jody Cundy update for you. Cast your mind back to Friday and this was the British cyclist who unleashed a slew of four-letter words after being disqualified in the 1km time trail - C4/5.
Cundy said there was a problem with the starting gate. The judges wouldn’t have a bar of it.
Here’s what he had to say today:
“At that time there was a very limited vocabulary going through my head and most of it started with an 'f'.
It was a pressure cooker but I'm really ashamed of what I did. I still can't find the words to describe it. I spent four years training for that race. That was my title and I was denied the chance to even defend it."
1303: Bit of background for you on Natasha. She was first popped on a horse at just six-months-old – not surprising given she grew up on a farm.
But at 14-months-old she also contracted transverse myelitis - a virus that destroys nerve cell fibres in the spine. With little power in her legs, Natasha devised a unique way of communicating with her horses…
"I have retrained them to do everything from my voice. In my tests, I literally have to whisper."
A real life horse whisperer then.
1323: Wheelchair Basketball: It's just. so. brutal.
Right now the Canadian women are leading GB 20-16 in the second quarter. These players are absoltely fearless. And to make the point, Britain's Sarah Grady has just been shoved out of her chair.
No matter. A quick helping hand and she's back in the mix.
1335: They sure are. Over at the North Greenwich Arena and the Canadian women have extended their lead 34-25 over GB.
1345: Gold medal winner David Weir obviously pretty happy with his prize following last night's 1500m - T54 win.
A great win for the MBE. But around the watercooler this morning there was just one event on everyone's lips...
1441: Over at the Men's Sitting Volleyball and Germany are leading GB 2-0. One man to watch is Briton Richard Dobell.
Interestingly, Richard has already represented GB in the Olympics. In fact, he was captain of the English side, playing a whopping 166 matches between 1986 and 2002.
So why move to sitting? Richard has arthritis in his right knee and hip.
A superstitous guy, he always wears the same lucky vest under his top. Though judging by the score, it might not be enough to help him out today...
1514: Equestrian. It's now. It's happening. Get involved. Going for gold in the Ind. Freestyle Grade Ib are Australian Joann Formosa and GB's Lee Pearson.
Quite a shock last week with Formosa beating Pearson to take gold in the Ind. Championship test - Ib. Everyone had assumed Pearson had gold in the bag. He was, afterall, the reigning champ in Sydney and Beijing.
No doubt he'll be looking to set a few things straight today.
1535: Equestrian update:
We're still working our way through the freestyle event over at Greenwich Park. There's a lot of people here waiting to see Briton Lee Pearson compete - with good reason.
In 2003, Lee became the only person with a disability to win a title at the British Dressage National Championships against able-bodied riders.
As the man himself said:
"Somebody told me I probably wouldn't be good enough to do it, and that was like a red flag to a bull. So I'm grateful to that person for telling me I wasn't good enough because it gave me more desire to get out there and kick arse."