The 2012 Paralympic Games are underway and Arsenal.com will be tracking the progress of several Gooners competing in London.
Over the course of last season, we ran a series of features in the Official Matchday Programme with some Arsenal-supporting Paralympic hopefuls.
Today sees three featured Gooners in action.
David Weir goes for his third gold of the Games in the final of the men's 800m T54 at the Olympic Stadium.
Abdi Jama and Great Britain men's basketball team will be hoping for more success as they take on Canada in the semi-finals at the Basketball Arena.
Meanwhile, Will Bayley joins forces with Ross Wilson against Italian duo Davide Scazzieri and Raimondo Alecci in the class 6-8 table tennis.
Wednesday, September 5
Abdi Jama and Great Britain men's basketball team were celebrating more success with a hard-fought 75-70 quarter-final victory over Turkey.
David Weir cruised into the final of the men's 800m T54 at the Olympic Stadium, but there was no such success for Rob Richardson and the men's sitting volleyball team, who lost in straight sets to Iran.
Similarly, there will be no medal for Marc McCarroll, who crashed out of the men's wheelchair tennis doubles in the quarter-finals alongside Gordon Reid against French pair Frederic Cattaneo and Nicolas Peifer.Copyright 2013 The Arsenal Football Club plc. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source 6 Sep 2012