2004: Day Two and we've still got 10 finals to go people. That's 7 gold medals up for grabs in the athletics and 3 in the swimming.
Over at the Paralympic Stadium and the roof has just lifted off. GB's David Weir cruises to first place in the Men's 5000m T54 qualifier. He was so far ahead he didn't even bother rolling his wheels over the finish line. A big gold medal hope for Britain.
2015: Hannah Cockroft absolutely annihilates the field in the 100m with a Paralympic record of 18.06 seconds. No one can touch her. And look at that smile. No wonder the crowd loses it.
2038: The world records are dropping like flies. Russia's Roman Kapranov smashes it in the Men's 200m - T37. Defending champion South African Fanie van der Merwe led until the final bend...and then it was all Roman's.
2052: GB's first athletics gold medalist Hannah Cockroft tears up as she sings the national anthem. Aw...it's melt your heart stuff.
And here's a little fact: Hannah's nickname is 'Pippy Long Stocking' because she wears long, stripey socks and ties her hair in bunches when she races. So there you go.
2124: Earlier today GB's Jody Cundy let rip after being disqualified in the 1km C4/5 time-trial. Here's what he has to say about it...
2136: CNN’s Duarte Mendonca gives us a bit of insight on the Cundy Controvesy. Too early to call it Cundygate? I’ll leave that one up to you.
“Earlier this evening, Great Britain’s Jody Cundy erupted into a rage after a decision was made not to allow him to restart the Men’s 1km C4/5 time-trial. Cundy claimed this was due to an equipment failure, but the commissioners ruled not to give him another chance.
We can only imagine how frustrating it is to work so hard for the past four years and then fail in a mistimed split second.. One thing is to deal with your own flaws and mistakes, another to react to 'bad luck.'
Cundy had been tipped to win gold in this event - just like he did at the 2008 Paralympics in Beijing.
However, even after experiencing such a devastating event, he later calmly came to face the audience – who minutes before were pleading for the judges to grant him an opportunity - and apologised for his reaction."
2138: Do you agree with Duarte? Did Cundy overreact? Or ultimately deal with the situation in good grace?
2158: Over at the North Greenwich Arena and it's my personal favorite sport of the Games...WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL. Oh the beautiful brutality. The Canadian Men currently lead 32-25 against Great Britain in the third quarter.
Canada's Patrick Anderson is absolutely killing it out there, notching up 11 points on his own.
2200: Amazing? It's off the hook! This is just a preliminary match, but I'm on the edge of my seat.
2203: CNN's Duarte Mendonca:
"It’s a similar story with the Women’s Wheelchair Basketball. Currently China are taking the French to school 48 – 22 in the third quarter. Highly doubt France can come back… China would have to be very sloppy for them to make such a miraculous comeback. Now that I think about it… it’s not like we haven’t seen one of these before!"
2218: An interesting point from Jeff. What are your thoughts on Cundygate? Ok, I'll stop calling it that. Promise.
2229: Seems Jody Cundy is a hot topic tonight. What are the expectations of our sports men and women? Is it too much?
2236: Wheelchair Basketball preliminary games update:
The Canadian men continue to remain just out of reach for GB, leading 44-33 in the last quarter.
Meanwhile, the the Chinese women's team have thrashed France 72-34.
2237: So as Day Two draws to close, let's take a look at some of the best photos from today. And there are some crackers.
2247: Fighting words from Steve there. But I can handle it. I mean, let's take a look at the medal table after DAY TWO shall we?
China: 13 gold, 34 in total
Australia: 7 gold, 19 in total
Ukrain: 6 gold, 16 in total
Yeah, I thought so.