This afternoon at 19:22 the race everyone is talking about - the men's 100m T44 - will get underway and will be broadcast live on www.ParalympicSport.TV
On Tuesday (23 July) at 19:22 (CEST) the race everyone is talking about - the men's 100m T44 - will get underway and will be broadcast live on www.ParalympicSport.TV.
Find out below who the world's media are tipping for gold- the USA's Richard Browne or Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock?
Elizabath Hudson BBC Sport Online - Browne
"Purely on yesterday's performance."
Rob Maul - Browne
"He broke the world record, is clearly in great from and I feel has less pressure going into the race."
Danny Crates - Channel 4 - Peacock
"Browne has never had to run under pressure before. Peacock has and he's handled it well."
Katharine Merry - Channel 4 - Peacock
"The race winner will be decided after 30m so the start is so important. Jonnie has coped with 80,000 peopel chanting his name in the Olympic Stadium so I favour the Brit."
Rob Walker - Channel 4 - Browne
"I'd like Peacock to win, but Browne looked good yesterday.
John Rawling - Channel 4 - Peacock
"He's been there and done that."
Jan Willem Buijs - Unlimited Magazine - Peacock
"It will be a very close one. Even though Peacock lost his world record to Browne yesterday, I think he will win it in the end."
Patrick Dumesnil - Film France Corporation - Browne
"He looks stronger than Peacock."
Jeremy Nicholas - ParalympicSport.TV - Peacock
"Because Jonnie rises to the challenge and just won't be beaten. He'll be inspired by the royal birth."
Stuart Weir - Peacock
"I am British, I can't really say an American winner."
Marcus Hartmann - Snapper Extraordinaire - Browne
"Because Peacock is scared."
Luis Cordoba - Vivir sin Limites - Browne
"I think he is the better one."
Sonia McLaughlan - Channel 4 - Browne
"My head says Browne. His semi-final performance shows he is a man in form. Browne was making some bold predictions about the final afterwards and appears in better form than Peacock so far. But my heart says Jonnie."
Gareth Davies - The Telegraph - Browne
"Browne in a new world record time. Peacock is feeling the heat - it was tangible in his mood and petulance with the media post heats on Monday.
Alison Curbishley - BBC Radio 5 Live -Browne
"My heart says Peacock, but my head says Browne. He looked the complete sprinter yesterday and I think he can go faster. It will decided on who gets the best starts."
Kate Grey - BBC Radio 5 Live - Peacock
"He has to put his money where his mouth is and lead from the front like he said in his tweet."
Ed Harry - BBC Radio 5 Live - Browne
"Probably had more uniterupted training than Peacock and looked strong yesterday."