|Venue: Charlety Stadium, Paris Dates: 8-17 July
|Protection: Day by day stories throughout BBC Sport
Britain’s Hannah Cockroft maintained her dominance with a 14th world title on the Para Athletics World Championships in Paris.
The 30-year-old retained her title within the T34 800m with team-mate Kare Adenegan taking silver.
It was GB’s eighth gold medal of the championships, which finish on Monday.
There was additionally silver for 18-year-old Welsh shot putter Michael Jenkins, and for the 4x100m common relay staff in a dramatic remaining.
Cockroft clocked one minute 51.57 seconds to triumph with Adenegan ending in 1:59.62, whereas American Eva Houston beat the third British competitor Fabienne Andre to bronze.
Though a brand new championship document, it was nonetheless properly off the world document of 1:44.43 Cockroft set in Sharjah this 12 months, leaving her considerably pissed off.
“I am pleased with the place however not with the time,” she instructed BBC Sport. “However the day you’re 100% happy together with your efficiency is the day you cease making an attempt.
“It sounds unhealthy while you win gold as a result of individuals assume it is not in regards to the time, however I’ve labored onerous to not do these instances and I do know I’m so significantly better than that efficiency.
“These championships have thrown plenty of new issues at me and it’s all a studying curve. I have been doing this for 16 years and I believed I might be over my studying, however it’s all good apply for subsequent 12 months.
“I now need to go away and work tougher and check out tougher.”
Cockroft competed within the relay heats within the morning session the place she anchored the GB staff of Zac Shaw, Jonnie Peacock and Sophie Hahn to a brand new European document of 47.17secs.
T53 100m gold medallist Sammi Kinghorn changed Cockroft for the ultimate because the staff crossed the road third in 48.07, behind Canada and Japan, however had been moved up a spot after an unlawful changeover on the final leg by the Canadians.
“That is a silver medal twice in a row so we’re completely satisfied, and that is the primary time we’ve got come out as a staff so I feel we must be actually pleased with ourselves,” stated Peacock, who was additionally a part of the Tokyo Paralympic relay staff.
“We’re grasping as athletes and all the time need extra, however at moments like this we’ve got to recollect why we’re right here and the place we’ve got come from.
“We now have to take a look at the positives and realise we’re coming dwelling with a silver.”
There was additionally a silver medal for Jenkins on his senior Nice Britain debut within the F38 occasion.
The towering former rugby participant, who had to surrender the game due to the impression it was having on his cerebral palsy, threw a brand new European document of 17.14m.
Gold went to Jose Gregorio Lemos of Cuba, who additionally received gold within the javelin and bronze within the lengthy soar this week, with a brand new world document of 18.26, whereas Kuwait’s Faisal Sorour received bronze with 17.01.
“That is ridiculous. It’s the finest expertise of my life,” stated Jenkins, who has been coaching alongside Paralympic and world champion Aled Davies, who himself goes for his fifth world shot put gold on Monday.
“Coming right here I knew I had an opportunity of a medal. You practice to do a job and I managed to do it.
“Aled and our coach Ryan Spencer-Jones have pushed me relentlessly to be my finest self, and Aled is one of the best mentor you may have.”