2236: There have been 50 gold medals handed out tonight, 50. It can be hard to give each Paralympic champion their dues, so let us take a moment to congratulate each and every one of them...
Ukraine’s Andrii Holivets in the men’s shot put – F11/12
China’s Fuliang Liu in the men’s long jump – F46
Germany’s Sebastian Dietz in the men’s discus throw – F35-36
Great Britain’s Mickey Bushell in the men’s 100m – T53
USA’s Raymond Martin in the men’s 400m – T52
USA’s Tatyana McFadden in the women’s 400m – T54
China’s Juan Yao in the women’s shot put – F42/44
Cuba’s Durand Omara in the women’s 400m –T13
Poland’s Karolina Kucharczuk in the women’s long jump – F20
Germany’s Birgit Kober in the women’s javelin throw – F33/34/52/53
Finland’s Toni Piispanen in the men’s 100m – T51
Tunisia’s Mohamed Farhat Chida in the men’s 400m – T38
Fiji’s Ilesa Delana in the men’s high jump – F42
Morocco’s El Amin Chentouf in the men’s 5000m – T12
Kenya’s Samwel Mushai Kimani in the men’s 1500m – T11
Ireland’s Michael McKillop in the men’s 1500m –T37
Great Britain’s Natasha Baker in the ind. freestyle test – grade II
Austria’s Pepo Puch in the ind. freestyle test – grade IB
France’s Souhad Ghazouani in the women’s 67.50kg class
China’s Taoying Fu in the women’s 75kg class
Iran’s Ali Hosseini in the men’s 75 kg
China’s Jianfei Li in the mixed P3-25m Pistol-SH1
China’s Qing Xu in the men’s 200m ind. medley – SM6
Great Britain’s Ellie Simmonds in the women’s 200m ind. medley – SM6
China’s Shiyun Pan in the men’s 100m freestyle – S7
Australia’s Jacqueline Freney in the women’s 100m freestyle – S7
China’s Yang Yang in the men’s 100m freestyle – S2
China’s Jiangbo Xia in the women’s 100m freestyle –S3
China’s Bozun Yang in the men’s 100m breaststroke – SB11
Sweden’s Maya Reichard in the women’s 100m breaststroke – SB11
Ukraine’s Maksym Veraksa in the men’s 200m ind. medley – SM12
Russia’s Oxana Savchenko in the women’s 200 ind. medley – SM12
Belarus’ Ihar Boki in the men’s 100m backstroke – S13
Russia’s Denis Tarsov in the men’s 50m freestyle – S8
France’s Michael Schoenmaker in the men’s 50m breaststroke – SB3
Australia in the women’s 4-100m freestyle relay – 34 points
Hungary’s Peter Palos in the men’s singles – class 11
Sweden’s Anna-Carin Ahlquist in the women’s singles – class 3
Russia’s Raisa Chebanika in the women’s singles – class 6
Germany’s Holger Nikelis in the men’s singles – class 1
China’s Shuai Zhao in the men’s singles – class 8
Netherland’s Kelly van Zon in the women’s singles – class 7
Slovakia’s Jan Riapos in the men’s singles – class 2
China’s Lina Lei in the women’s singles – class 9
South Korea Young Gun Kim in the men’s singles – class 4
Poland’s Natalia Partyka in the women’s singles – class 10
2245: Bravo. Hats off to our Day Five gold medal winners, heroes each and every one. Here are the truly iconic images of a golden day…
2251: Each and every one of them are true Paralympic stars, but my Paralympian of the Day is someone who completed an extraordinary journey today...
0908: And the sun rises again…on Day Six. Day Six! That’s the halfway mark people, right there. But never fear. There’s a whole lot more to come. Oh don’t you worry about that…
0923: The race is already on for medals in Boccia. Boccia? Yeah, Boccia. It’s a bit like bocce or boules, that game you play in the park on a Sunday afternoon. It involves players rolling leather balls as close as possible to a white target ball (called the jack).
Right now Great Britain and Canada are going head-to-head for bronze. Watch this space.
0931: But before we launch into super Day Six, let me bring you up to date with all the watercooler gossip this lovely London morn.
1005: What's this? Britain's golden girl Ellie Simmonds has swum a race and not come first? She's already nabbed two gold these Games, but Simmonds has just finished second behind Dutch woman Mirjam de Koning-Peper.
Never fear, Simmonds fans. That was just the heats of the 50m Freestyle - S6. The real test will be the finals tonight.
1045: The heat is on Day Six. No literally, there are heats underway in the athletics, swimming and goalball right now. It's all in preparation for a big night of finals at the Paralympic Park.
1128: No wonder she's dancing the Samba. Brazil's Guilhermina Terezinha sets a new Paralympic record in the Women's 100m - T11 heats. That's for totally blind runners and I've got to admit it's pretty incredible to see them running attached to their guides.
1204: Excellent point from Jim. Blind football. What? Standard football rules apply, except these guys wear blacked-out masks while they battle it out over a special ball with a bell inside.
So all you need is sharp hearing and a MENTAL IMPRINT OF THE PITCH. Easy, right?