Paralympics - who to watch on day two

Last updated at 08:31
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'Hurricane' Hannah Cockroft is already the first athlete to break a world record in the Olympic Stadium.

The 20-year-old is back today for the first of two possible golds. The double world champion will be competing in the T34 100 metres.

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Jon-Allan Butterworth

It's going to be another big day in the Velodrome. There's going to be a showdown between Brits Jody Cundy and Jon-Allan Butterworth in the C4/5 1km time trial.

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Mark Colbourne

Mark Colbourne, Paralympics GB's first medallist of the games, could bag himself a second medal in the C1 individual pursuit.

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Stephen Miller

Over on the athletics track, three-time gold medallist Stephen Miller will be hoping to beat his silver in Beijing in the F31/32/51 club.

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Sam Hynds

And in the Aquatic Centre defending champion Sam Hynd is going up against his brother Ollie Hynd in the S8 400m freestyle title.