1950: The 80,000 British fans inside the Olympic Stadium have just exploded, Hannah Cockcroft, already crowned T35 100m champion, has completed a famous double by obliterating the field in the 200m event.
Cockcroft won by a jaw-dropping margin in a Paralympic record time of 31.89 seconds. What a night we are having, and it’s only just getting started!
2025: China won yet another gold medal in the women’s C1-3 road race, with Zeng Sini proving too good for the rest of the field.
To say Zeng wasn’t confident ahead of the race would be an understatement. In fact, she didn’t think she would complete the course:
“Road racing in China is mostly on flat ground. When I got to Brands Hatch and saw the mountains and the curves I wasn't expecting to finish.”
2105: The thoughts now of newly-crowned men’s 50m backstroke S5 champion Daniel Dias of Brazil, who finally smashed the world record he had been chasing for so long:
"I've been pursuing the record since 2008. I've trained very hard to be here and I feel that I can deliver what I'm aiming for. I want to be a source of inspiration for disabled people."
If he keeps performing like this, Dias might inspire some of his compatriots to take up swimming for Rio 2016.
2111: All of us! In a few minutes time, hometown hero David Weir goes for a third gold medal of the Games in the men’s T54 800m final. But still to come, the most-hyped race in Paralympic history. It’s Pistorius vs. Peacock vs. Singleton vs. Oliviera. It’s the men’s T44 100m final. It’s just over 15 minutes away. The tension is almost unbearable on the CNN Paralympic blog, how are you faring at home?
2116: Great Britain’s David Weir is announced to the crowd, the roar is deafening. We’re under starter’s orders…
@OtherDave You said it, OtherDave. In a summer of unforgettable nights, this one might just top the lot.
2139: Milk, no sugar please, Mellywho. I am drained, the Paralympics ascended to a new level tonight. In the history of these Games, there have never been 10.90 seconds like it.
2150: Readers, two images which are now scorched into the memory of each and every British sports fan.
2157: The Olympic Games had Super Saturday, when the British fans saw Greg Rutherford, Jessica Ennis and Mo Farah take gold on what was hailed as the greatest night in the history of British athletics. For Rutherford, Ennis and Farah, see Hannah Cockcroft, David Weir and Jonnie Peacock.
Forget Super Saturday, Thriller Thursday will be remembered for decades to come as the finest night in British Paralympic history.
2227: New Zealand’s Sophie Pascoe is having a Games to remember. The 19-year-old secured her third gold medal of London 2012, taking her haul for the Games to five, with victory in the women’s 100m freestyle S10 final. Pascoe, who also won three gold medals and one silver in Beijing, considers the lawnmower accident which caused her to lose her leg at the age of two the best thing that ever happened to her.
2232: David Weir, icon, champion, family man. The British hero dedicated his latest success to his children:
“That was hard work tonight. I had to dig deep. I've really got to thank Emily back at home for keeping me calm on the phone to me, and relaxing me. And for Jenny my coach.
"This is for my children. This one's for my kids tonight. I just had to dig deep.”
I hope Weir isn’t too tired, he’s got a marathon to race at the weekend…
@Dr Olu Bamgbade: You're right there -- I think we've seen some truly superhuman sprints around the track tonight.
And soon we'll be running through some of our top moments from day eight in London as well as Tom's pick of Paralympian of the Day. Watch this space... they are coming soon.