Cable Car from the Dome to the ExCel
London Cable Car
Cable Car view
Table tennis arena. 8 tables with 5 games in progress - tough to follow!
Wheelchair table tennis
Russia v Turkey
GB v Turkey
8 bouts at once
Synchronised floor sweeping & Twitter messages on the screens
Good afternoon, Olympic Park!
Garden with games for the kids
Games in the Park
Music in the Park
The Olympic Stadium!
Armed Forces on podium flag duty enjoying the sport between ceremonies
Lap of honour for a blind athlete and her guide
Men's 800m T36
Men's 800m T36 led by two Russians and Britain's Paul Blake
Victory Ceremony - there were a lot of these
Flags raised. Announcers asked: 'Would those who are able, please stand for the national anthem of..'
Women's 200m T34 final
Women's 200m T34 - Hannah Cockroft already with a big lead after 100m! Crowd going wild!
Massive lead in Women's 200m T34
Women's 200m T34 gold won by GB's Hannah Cockcroft! Big win! The Dutch took 2nd & 3rd.
Women's 200m T38 final won in a WR by Chen of China
Lap of honour for Cockroft and teammate Nicholls who finished 7th in her first Paralympics
Night descends as a Victory Ceremony takes place
A full stadium. 80,000 people.
Men's 100m T46 at the start line
Men's 100m T46
Men's 100m T46 - the Brazilian pulled up injured and fell to the ground, then got up and limped slowly to the line. Winner's time: 11s. His time: 1m30s to a standing ovation.
Women's 100m T13
Lap of honour
Men's 800m T54 - go David Weir! And the little Minis in the infield.
Weir lying 2nd on lap 1
150m to go, Weir making the winning move!
Grandstand LEDs all light up in celebration
Start line for the night's other big final, Men's 100m T44 including Pistorius, Oliveira, Peacock, Browne
Crowd too noisy
False start! Field given benefit of doubt (due to crowd noise?) so nobody DQ'd.
100m finish.. who won... Peacock!!
Peacock sets a T53 Paralympic Record
Those cool LED devices
Heats for the Men's 400m T11 for the visually impaired, running with guides
Dan Greaves who won silver in Shot Put along with the American who won
Eddie Izzard presented David Weir with his medal
Weir and Peacock interviewed for those in the crowd who stayed behind
All over. What an evening.
Some of the 80,000 people heading home.
A band on the wide pathway to the exit, covers of Mark Ronson's covers. Pretty good.
GamesMakers lined up to high five the crowd!
Brands Hatch in Paralympic decoration
Italy and USA pit garages (and others)
We were allowed on the race course to watch up close!
Crowds as the H1 field approach
Cyclists and chase cars heading up to Druids 'the wrong way'
Group of men's H1 riders
Bike trouble for the French competitor in the women's H1-3 race
First race of the day is over
Ireland's Mark Rohan wins the men's H1 race
Ireland's Mark Rohan congratulated by the Swiss Fankhouser
Top 3 in the men's H1 congratulate each other
Mark Rohan interviewed for Channel 4
Men's H3 race getting under way
Gaysli Leon of Haiti, who's family was killed in an earthquake in which he was paralysed.
Men's H3 race
Eksau of Germany in the women's H4 race - she'd go on to win by ten minutes!
Gaysli Leon, the Haitian, had to abandon with a mechanical issue - so he joined the crowds
Two fields get ready to start 2mins apart: men's H4 (including Zanardi) and men's H2
H4 field gets under way
2 minutes later, the men's H2 field starts (these are lying down whereas H4s lean forwards)
Alex Zanardi (H4)
H4s complete another lap (Zanardi on right)
Zanardi sitting at the back chatting with the American, Sanchez
Athlete from Burkino Faso, not fast but kept going and going until he was lapped and they pulled him over
Zanardi and the H4s at speed this lap
H2 race approaching the finish line
Drama in the H2 race as Ablinger (Austria) beats the Swiss and Italian right at the end
Meanwhile the H4s had another lap to do
Zanardi moving up to the front with the Belgian
H2 competitors finishing
H4s on the final climb to Druids
Zanardi making the pass with 100m to go!
Crowd looks on as Zanardi approaches the line - he wins by one second!
Just behind the officials and the press, Zanardi lifts his bike aloft once more
Preparing for the Podium
Ceremony for men's H3 race
Victory Ceremony Men's H3 race: Wilk (POL), Merklein (GER), Jeannot (FRA)
Men's H3 medals
Vicotry Ceremony Women's H4
Medals for Women's H4 race: Eskau (GER), de Vaan (NED), Vieth (GER)
Wim Decleir of Belgium, bronze in men's H4
Alex Zanardi, gold in men's H4, awaiting his medal along with a smiling attendant!
Alex Zanardi, Gold Medallist
Singing the anthem
Medallists for men's H4 - amazing win by Zanardi to beat them on the line. Alex Zanardi (G, ITA), Ernst van Dyke (S, RSA), Wim Decleir (B, BEL)
Medals! Alex Zanardi (G, ITA), Ernst van Dyk (S, RSA), Wim Decleir (B, BEL)
Ever the showman
Podesta of Italy with his bronze for the H2 race
Berset of Switzerland won H2 silver
Ablinger of Austria took the H2 gold
H2 medallists Ablinger (G), Berset (S) and Podesta (B)
End of racing. Goodbye, Brands Hatch.
The clearup begins.