9 September 2012
Last updated at 17:20
Royal Mail is issuing a commemorative stamp for every British Paralympic gold medallist at London 2012. Sophie Christiansen became the first Briton to earn three golds at the London Paralympics by winning the freestyle dressage Grade 1a test.
David Weir successfully defended the T54 1500m Paralympic title he won in Beijing, edging out Prawat Wahoram in a record time of three minutes, 12.09 seconds to claim the fourth Paralympic gold medal of his career and his second of the London Games.
British cyclist Sarah Storey won her third gold medal of the 2012 Paralympics by successfully defending her title in the C5 time trial at Brands Hatch.
Taking the overall gold medal tally to 24, swimmer Oliver Hynd won the SM8 200m individual medley and added gold to his silver and bronze medals won earlier at the 2012 Games. His brother Sam came fourth.
Sophie Christiansen, Deborah Criddle, Lee Pearson and Sophie Wells won gold in the equestrian team open event. It was Christiansen's third of the Games.
Helena Lucas sailed to victory in the single-person keelboat, 2.4mR class in Weymouth bringing home GB's first gold in Paralympic sailing. The 37-year-old - the only woman in the fleet - was born with defects in both thumbs.
The first ParalympicsGB athlete to appear on four gold medal stamps - cyclist Sarah Storey won her fourth gold medal in the women's individual C 4-5 road race. She equalled the British record for modern Paralympic victories with her 11th title.
Fifteen-year-old Josef Craig became Great Britain's youngest gold medallist of the London Paralympic Games when he set a new world record in the S7 400m freestyle final. Craig, who has cerebral palsy, finished in four minutes 42.81 seconds.
Wheelchair sprinter Hannah Cockroft won a gold medal in the T34 200m. The 20-year-old from Halifax added to her 100m title and took the medal in a Paralympic record time of 31.90 seconds.
Jonnie Peacock was honoured for his win in the T44 100m final in which he beat South African superstar Oscar Pistorius.
In the gold stamps stakes, David Weir is on his third after his medal triumph in the 800m T54 final.
Josie Pearson triumphed in the discus F51/52/53. The 26-year-old from Powys beat the previous mark of 6.13m with efforts of 6.38m, 6.54m and 6.58m on her first three throws.
David Stone, the reigning champion from the Beijing Olympic Games, won the T1-2 road race gold at Brands Hatch.
Spectators packed out The Mall to see David Weir storm to his fourth gold medal of the London Paralympics in the T54 men's marathon. His victory meant he equalled Sarah Storey's record as Britain's most successful athlete at the Games.