Team GB's Paralympic sailors guaranteed medals on final day of action at Weymouth
Britain's Paralympic sailors are guaranteed at least a silver and a bronze medal as the last day of the London 2012 Paralympic sailing takes place today.
Helena Lucas has already secured at least a silver medal, but she will be going for gold in the 2.4mR one-person keelboat class. Lucas has a nine-point lead over German sailor Heiko Kroger before today's final race.
"We have been working so hard on my speed so I'm happy in all conditions" said Lucas.
"Whatever it brings I'm looking forward to it and if I can have another good day on the water it would be fantastic. I'm really enjoying the regatta, it is one hell of an experience and I'm really enjoying it."
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Alexandra Rickham and Niki Birrell are also guaranteed at least a bronze medal in the SKUD two-person class. The duo are currently in third place, two points behind the American team and too far ahead of Canada to be caught. The Netherlands have already secured gold in the class.
Today's action is scheduled to start at 11am.