2157: Some words now from Terezinha Guilhermina, the shiniest athlete at the Games thanks to her glittery attire and two gold medals.
Here are the Brazilian's thoughts after recovering from a fall on Tuesday to head a 1-2-3 for her country in the women’s 100m T11 final:
"It was very important to run again today. Today I showed to the whole world how strong I am and how well I can do.
"I did my best to win the gold medal. It's like a present, a miracle to get the gold medal. It's very special after what happened yesterday. I will go back to Brazil, happy and laughing. God knows how good it is to get in this place.
"Brazil waited for these medals because there were three runners in the final. Today I am smiling and I hope that this will inspire the children."
2230: So, after seven days of medal winning across the Games, let’s have a look at the medal table. No prizes for guessing which country tops the charts, China are way out ahead with 159 medals and 60 golds. Russia have stormed up into second place with 28 golds and 73 medals in total, while the hosts Britain are sitting in third with 25 golds and 92 medals overall.
2232: I don’t know about you, but I think it is high time we had a selection of the best images Day Seven has offered up…
1008: But around the watercooler this morning there is just one race on everyone's lips...
1025:Has there ever been a stronger line-up? I think not. I mean, we’re only looking at:
Oscar Pistorius, 2008 champion
Alan Oliveira, 200m champion
Jerome Singleton, 2011 world champion
Jonnie Peacock, world record holder
Arnu Fourie, T44 200m world record holder
Blake Leeper, 200m bronze medallist.
1827: Where football is concerned, the rivalry between Brazil and Argentina is about as fierce as it gets. The two South American nations collided in the semfinals of the 5-a-side blind football tournament.
The match was tight and tense, with the score 0-0 at full time, meaning a penalty shootout. It was Brazil who progressed to a final with France, although there are lingering fitness doubts surrounding star player Jefinho:
"I hope I am going to be all right for the final," he said. "I am working hard to make it better.
"We are always confident. We played France in our first match but we didn't score. We are going to improve it and get the goals.
"My dream is very close to coming true. It is hopefully only another 15 minutes and then we will get Brazil the gold, if everything goes well."
1907: A potentially huge story is brewing ahead of the T44 100m final – which I am going to dub “The greatest Paralympic final of all time”!
Alan Oliveira, the Brazilian who stunned Oscar Pistorius in the 200m final, looked to pull up as he crossed the line at the end of last night's men’s 4 x 100m relay heats.
As a result, Oliveira is a major doubt ahead of the final, which will take place at 2124 London time. Yet more tension ahead of the race, I’m not sure how much more I can take!
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…
2252: But, despite his Games record-equalling run, Peacock is not my Paralympian of the Day. Instead, I’m going for the man who made this all possible, the man who inspired many, including Peacock, to take up Paralympic sport…
2300: And with that the curtain comes down on a truly unforgettable night, the likes of which the Paralympic Games has never seen before. Ladies and gentlemen, it has been an honor and a privilege to guide you through such a momentus Paralympic evening. I cannot wait for tomorrow. I’ll see you bright and early in the morning. Goodnight!
1256: For those of you hoping for a shock in the women’s wheelchair tennis final, it’s not looking likely. Esther Vergeer, looking for a 470th win in a row, has won the first set against fellow Dutchwoman Aniek van Koot 6-0 in just 23 minutes.
Is there any point in sending opponents out against her? Just give her the gold medal at the Opening Ceremony, that’s what I say.
1816: Barely time to catch your breath...How am I going to eat dinner?! More importantly, U.S.A's Bill Snyder has just won his second gold in the S11 400m Freestyle.
1838: Zanardi Alert: He's done it.