PARALYMPICS LONDON 2012: Great Britain schedule - Friday September 7th
Mickey Bushell, already T53 100m champion, goes for gold in the 200m while Richard Whitehead, champion over 200m, aims to double his gold medal tally in the T42 100m.
HOPE: Wheelchair racer Mickey Bushell is looking to follow the lead of Hannah Cockroft and complete a sprint double - so is Richard Whitehead in the T42.
Handcyclist Karen Darke could add to her time trial silver in the road race at Brands Hatch.
Great Britain have their eyes on medals in both table tennis and wheelchair tennis.
Athletics: Shelly Woods targets gold in the final of the T54 1500m after winning silver four years ago and qualifying impressively on Thursday morning. Teenager Jade Jones also goes.
Sophia Warner competes in the women’s T35 100m final at 19:33 in the Olympic Stadium.
The morning session sees Kyron Duke go in the F40 javelin and Scott Moorhouse in the F42 javelin, while Josie Pearson contests the women’s F51/F52/F53 discus. Kieran Tscherniawsky is entered in the F32/33/34 discus.
Mickey Bushell, already T53 100m champion, has podium hopes in the 200m with heats in the morning session, while Richard Whitehead aims to double his gold medal tally in the T42 100m. His heat is also in the morning session.
Cycling (Road): Rachel Morris and Karen Darke return to action in the women’s H1-3 road race at Brands Hatch in a race getting underway at 10:30. Darke picked up silver in the time trial on Wednesday.
Swimming: Jim ‘the swim’ Anderson returns to the pool for the S2 50m freestyle. James Clegg is in the S12 version while Hannah Russell is in the women’s S12.
James Crisp swims for Britain in the S9 100m freestyle, with Claire Cashmore, Lauren Steadman and Louise Watkin in the women’s S9 100m free.
Butterfly swimmers are also in action – Sascha Kindred in the men’s S6 50m, Natalie Jones in the women’s S6, Anthony Stephens and Andrew Mullen in the men’s S5.
Rhiannon Henry is GB’s representative in the women’s Sm13 200m medley. All competitors race morning heats before evening finals.
Table Tennis: The men's team play a bronze medal match against Germany while the women take on Italy, both at 17:00.
Wheelchair Fencing: Justine Moore, Gabby Down and Gemma Collis play Hong Kong in the women’s team epee quarter-final at the ExCeL at 11:00 with the semis following at 13:00 and the final at 15:00. It is Moore’s third event of the Games.
Wheelchair Tennis: Lucy Shuker and Jordanne Whiley play Thailand’s Sakhorn Khanthasit and Ratana Techamaneewat for the women’s doubles bronze in the second match on Centre Court at Eton Manor. The GB pair are aiming to become the first British wheelchair tennis players to win a Paralympic medal.
Other British teams and athletes in action
Boccia: David Smith (BC1) and Stephen McGuire (BC4) have their sights on individual medals, with semi-finals on Friday and finals on Saturday. Smith's semi is at 16:20 at the ExCeL, while McGuire starts at 17:55
Nigel Murray (BC2) and Peter McGuire (BC4) take part in play-offs to decide rankings 5 to 8 in their respective competitions, starting at 09:00.
Seven-a-side Football: Having missed the semi-finals, the GB team tackle Argentina the first of two matches to decide ranking places five to eight. It gets underway at 11:30 at the Riverbank Arena. Argentina are yet to win a match at the Games.
Sitting Volleyball: Great Britain's men, who lost to Brazil on Thursday night, are back in action against China at 16:00 at the ExCeL, in a match to decided seventh and eighth place.
Wheelchair Rugby: Britain play their last Group A match of the Games when they take on Japan at the Basketball Arena at 15:00. Japan are ranked number four in the world, one place above GB. Britain need to another win after defeating France on Thursday.
Wheelchair Basketball: Britain’s women play Mexico for seventh place after losing to China in their first classification match
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