Pictures: Britain's top Gold medal hopes for Paralympics
The Rio Paralympic Games open on 7 September. Take a look at 10 of Great Britain's best gold medal hopes.
Sarah Storey (cycling): An 11-time Paralympic champion, with golds won in the swimming pool and on the bike. One more win and she will become Britain's most successful female Paralympian.
Ellie Simmonds (swimming): She burst on to the world stage with two gold medals in Beijing aged 13 and four years later she won two more. Ellie will be aiming for further success in Rio.
David Weir (athletics): The wheelchair racer claimed a clean sweep of titles with four in his home town of London. Now he is planning to compete in five events in what is likely his last Paralympic Games.
Jody Cundy (cycling): He will be determined to put the disappointment of London behind him after getting disqualified four years ago. He's the favourite in the 1km time-trial.
Sophie Christiansen (equestrian): A five-time Paralympic champion, she has a masters degree in mathematics and works for one of the world's biggest banking companies, Goldman Sachs.
Richard Whitehead (athletics): The double amputee marathon runner won 200m gold at London 2012. He's going for the 100m and 200m sprint double in Rio.
Jordanne Whiley (tennis): She has enjoyed success at all four tennis grand slams since London 2012 and wants a Paralympic gold now.
Tom Aggar (rowing): He went into London 2012 on the back of a long unbeaten streak, which included gold in Beijing. Tom will hope to triumph again in Rio 2016.
Lauren Steadman (triathlon): The former swimmer is a multiple world champion in triathlon, which will make its Paralympic debut in Rio.
Hannah Cockroft (athletics): 'Hurricane' Hannah was dominant in London, but has had to change things up now, with the 200m swapped for the 400m race in Rio.