4 September 2012
Last updated at 22:40
Royal Mail is issuing a special stamp for each British Paralympic gold medallist at London 2012, as it did during the Olympics. The first goes to cyclist Sarah Storey who successfully defended her C5 3,000m individual pursuit title on Thursday 30 August.
Later on Thursday, Jonathan Fox lifted the roof off the Aquatics Centre when he became the first British champion in the pool at London 2012 with victory in the S7 100 metres backstroke.
Great Britain's Mark Colbourne broke the world record twice in a day as he claimed C1 3km individual pursuit gold on Friday.
Hannah Cockroft decimated the field to win Great Britain's first gold of the Paralympics track and field competition on Friday evening.
Britain's Neil Fachie (L) and pilot Barney Storey won tandem gold with a world record in the blind and visually impaired 1km time-trial as Super Saturday continued.
On Saturday, British sprinter Richard Whitehead blasted through the field in the final 50m to win gold in the T42 200m, breaking his own world record with a time of 24.38.
Natasha Baker on Cabral took GB's first equestrian gold on her Paralympic debut in the Grade II individual dressage event - and set a Paralympic record to boot.
Shortly after her husband's win, Sarah Storey took her second London Paralympics title with gold in the C4-5 500m individual time trial.
And Ellie Simmonds pulled off a stunning win in the S6 400m freestyle, coming from behind to take the gold in a world record time.
Pam Relph, Naomi Riches, David Smith, James Roe and cox Lily van den Broecke powered their way to glory in the final for for the rowing: mixed coxed four.
Aled Davies threw a British record of 46.14m in the discus event, helping Great Britain pass its Paralympics athletics gold medal haul of 2008.
Anthony Kappes and pilot Craig MacLean won GB's fifth cycling gold after beating team-mates Neil Fachie and Barney Storey to win the tandem sprint.
Great Britain's Jessica-Jane Applegate set a Paralympic record to win gold in the women's S14 200m freestyle final.
Strong favourite Sophie Christiansen won gold in the individual dressage 1a grade with her horse Janeiro6. She scored 82.750 points.
David Weir sprinted to victory in the T54 5,000m to win his third Paralympic gold medal. He finished in 11 minutes 07.65 seconds, ahead of Australia's Kurt Fearnley and France's Julien Casoli.
ParalympicsGB's Natasha Baker won her second gold medal in the Grade II freestyle dressage. She set a personal best and a Paralympic record for her class with a mark of 82.8% riding her horse Cabral.
On Monday, Ellie Simmonds won her second gold of the Paralympics, with a world record in the SM6 200m individual medley
Mickey Bushell triumphed and won a gold medal in the Track Men’s 100m – T53 final. His victory was Great Britain's fifth of the athletics competition.
Britain's Dani Brown won gold in the individual archery final. She has a neurological problem called Complex Regional Pain Syndrome which gives her chronic pain in her feet.
Swimmer Heather Frederiksen retained her Paralympics S8 100m backstroke title. She has limited use of her right arm and leg following an accident in 2004.