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 one Gooner in action, with Will Bayley competing in the class 6-8 table tennis bronze medal match.
Thursday, September 6
David Weir made it a hat-trick of gold medals after victory in the T54 800m. The 33-year-old had found himself behind with only 80 metres to go, but stormed back to take gold in a time of 1 min 37.63 sec.
Weir's win followed victories in the T54 1,500m and 5,000m - and the Londoner could yet add to his impressive haul of golds when he takes part in the marathon on Sunday.
Elsewhere, there was disappointment for Abdi Jama as Great Britain's wheelchair basketball team lost their semi-final with Canada 69-52.
Abdi could still leave London 2012 with a medal when Great Britain take on the United States in the bronze medal match on Saturday.
Bayley and counterpart Ross Wilson were beaten 3-2 by Poland in their class 6-8 table tennis semi final.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 7 Sep 2012