|Venue: Charlety Stadium, Paris Dates: 8-17 July
|Protection: Every day experiences throughout BBC Sport
Hannah Cockroft gained her sixth 100m world title as she led residence a British one-two-three on the Para Athletics World Championships in Paris.
The 30-year-old wheelchair racer began strongly within the T34 last and powered to a cushty victory in 16.81 seconds.
Crew-mate Kare Adenegan completed second in 17.82, with Fabienne Andre third in 19.14 for her first world medal.
There was additionally a silver medal for lengthy jumper Olivia Breen within the T38 occasion.
Cockroft got here into Thursday’s race as robust favorite having improved her world document to 16.31 this 12 months in Switzerland and confirmed her class within the morning heats with a brand new championship document of 16.67.
“Lining up on the beginning line I felt assured. I knew I used to be pushing properly and had each perception in myself,” Cockroft instructed BBC Sport.
“I needed to go a bit faster within the last, however on the day, occasions do not matter. I obtained the championship document within the heats so I knew I used to be in the appropriate place and I do know I say it rather a lot however yearly it’s getting tougher.
“I do know I’m so a lot better than the efficiency I put in tonight. It was sufficient for gold however some day that will not be sufficient.
“It’s the first time in ten years that we’ve got had heats and a last on this occasion and I like it, but it surely does add extra stress and it was about resetting after the heats and preserving power in reserve for the ultimate.”
Cockroft, Adenegan and Andre additionally claimed a podium clear sweep whereas representing England eventually 12 months’s Commonwealth Video games in Birmingham, and the trio have been thrilled to repeat the feat on the massive stage a 12 months out from the Paris Paralympics.
“Folks anticipate myself and Kare to come back within the first two, however to see Fabs cross that line in third – the joy on her face was wonderful,” mentioned Cockroft.
“To be a part of a British one-two-three is wonderful,” added Adenegan, 22.
“My begin might have been higher, however to win a silver medal and I do know what I have to type out forward of subsequent 12 months. This 12 months has been an actual studying curve and if something perhaps it has given me the starvation I wanted to go and kind issues out for subsequent 12 months.”
Andre is a part of the Weir Archer Academy, arrange by six-time Paralympic champion David Weir and his long-time coach Jenny Archer, and recovered from a disappointing warmth the place she completed fourth.
“After this morning I needed to get able to go once more,” mentioned the 26-year-old.
“It was nice to have the ability to step it up within the last and to be alongside Hannah and Kare. I’ve a tremendous crew round me and with out them I would not be right here.”
Earlier, Breen, who has been coping with an ankle harm, managed a season’s finest soar of 5.04m to complete behind Hungary’s Luka Ekler with 5.77m.
“I am so completely happy to come back away with the silver,” mentioned the 26-year-old Welsh athlete, who gained T38 100m gold eventually 12 months’s Commonwealth Video games however whose predominant occasion is the lengthy soar.
“To leap over 5 metres is nice and I put in a really constant sequence of jumps. All the exhausting work has come collectively.
“It has been 9 weeks with the harm so I now have to go and rehab it and prepare for subsequent 12 months.”