1015: Impressive. But then U.S.A's Victoria Arlen decides to come along and break her own world record in the next round of Women's S6 100m Freestyle heats. Sheesh. Don't these ladies realise it's Saturday morning?
They'll be facing off in those finals I mentioned at 5.51pm. Put it in the diary now.
1023: Sure will be. You know what else is going to be big? This...
1048: Men's Five-a-side (blind) football update: GB have beaten Turkey 2-0, putting them in seventh place in this competition.
13.30: Bronze medal match with Spain facing Argentina
15.45: Gold medal match with France taking on Brazil
1057: Can you give a gold medal to the sun? It's going to be 27C (80.6F) in London today. It's not called Sizzling Saturday for nothing.
1108: British weather. It's a moody little thing. Today is so glorious my eyeballs are burning. On Wednesday though, it just wasn't playing ball. The sailing finals had to be called off at Weymouth and Portland...because there wasn't enough wind.
1124: Sadly, it wasn't a great finish for the U.S. three-person boat team. They finished second-last at 13th. But Paul has kindly agreed to give CNN's live blog an exclusive insight into the very special race.
"It is with heartfelt thanks that I am sending you this note of gratitude and final report from the 2012 Games in the UK. First, the racing – we all enjoyed a very good week, sailing with the top of the fleet, either ‘being on’ on flirting with winning a medal.
Congratulations to the Dutch Team for their superb performance! With no wind, thus no racing on Wednesday, we did not get a chance to redeem ourselves from the previous day’s two unforced errors on the starting line, causing two difficult scores and falling back in the standings.
Other than these two errors, we sailed with conviction and pride all week - for the USA, and for the disabled children at Sail To Prevail and all across America - illuminating the fact that all of us can overcome adversity if we choose."
1134: My nose is twitching too. I think it's another Australian gold. Evan O'Hanlon has just smashed the world record in the Men's T38 200m. 'The Cannon,' as he's known, has already taken gold in the 100m. Oh and he did the same in Beijing in 2008, no biggie.
1141: Feeling the heat yet? Well pay attention, because there's another one kicking off at the sweltering stadium. 'The Beast' Tatyana McFadden is racing in the T54 100m...
1148: Hello, what's this? China's Wenjung Liu has gunned it down the track, easily winning the Women's T54 100m heat. Tatyana McFadden qualifies second.
The final is on at 7pm London time. And judging by that heat, it's going to be a corker.
1206: The Men's 4x100m Swimming Relay heats are underway and the Aquatics Center is absolutely losing it. With swimmers from across the different classifications it's always an unpredictable race until the winner touches the wall...
1209: But Great Britain have sealed this one, followed by Russia and the U.S. The second round of heats are on in just a few moments, including powerhouses Australia and China.
Don't even think about moving.
1219: Boom. Australia take the second heat, followed by China and the Ukraine. Interestingly, it wasn't quite as fast as the GB boys in the first heat. Will we see a repeat of last night's edge-of-your-seat Women's relay? You'll just have to check back at 8.45pm to find out.
1246: China are in the running for a cool FOUR gold medals in the table tennis today. Just let someone else have a go would you? So far they've already won one - against Turkey in the Women's Team Class 6-10.
The scoreboard looked like this: 3-0
1302: Over at the Boccia and Brazil are all over this. Eliseu dos Santos has beaten GB's Stephen McGuire 5-3 for bronze. Looking ahead at these gold medal matches:
14.55: Brazil's Marciel Santos Sousa takes on China's Zhiqiang Yan in the Mixed Ind. BC2
18.10: Brazil's Jose Dirceu Pinto faces China's Yuansen Zheng in the Mixed InD. BC4
1416: Wipe the spittle from your mouth because Murderball is doing what it does best: BEING ABSOLUTELY BRUTAL. The Wheelchair Rugby semi finals have just kicked off and it's blow-for-blow between Australia and Japan. The Aussies lead, just, 11-9.
1425: Some things in life are certain. Death, taxes and a bronze for the Netherlands in the Wheelchair Tennis Men's Singles. Dutch players Maikel Scheffers and Ronald Vink are now in action. It's one-set-all.
1455: Who won the Wheelchair Tennis Men's Singles? Who do you vink? The Netherlands of course. Or more specifically, Ronald Vink over Dutch compatriot Maikel Scheffers 4-6, 7-6, 6-4.
1525: And we've got a winner. Or at least a bronze medallist in the Five-a-Side (blind) Football. After drawing 0-0, Spain has beaten Argentina in a penalty shoot-out.
15.45: France take on Brazil for gold
1537: Wheelchair Rugby update: Australia has beaten Japan 59-45 in the semi finals. They'll now face the winner of the U.S. v Canada match, set to kick off at 16.15.
1616: I’ve got the Olympic cauldron to my right, the medal podium to my left and the finish line of the track smack bang in front of my eyes. One man who will hope to cross that line in first place before ascending the podium is Oscar Pistorius. The “Blade Runner” goes in the men’s 400m T44 final later this evening. I’m getting teary-eyed already.
1626: If, for some inexplicable reason, tonight’s athletics program isn’t floating your boat, there’s plenty of other sport to sink your teeth into. In the pool, British poster girl Ellie Simmonds and Victoria Arlen of the U.S. resume their rivalry in the women’s 100m freestyle S9 final. Australia’s men’s wheelchair basketball team go for gold against Canada, while China look to complete a clean sweep of Day 10’s table tennis gold medals in the remaining two finals. All in all, there’s something for everyone!