World Para-athletics Championships: Jason Smyth wins second gold medal in London
|World Para-athletics Championships|
|Location: London Stadium, London Dates: Friday 14 July - Sunday 23 July|
|Coverage: Commentary on BBC Radio 5 live, BBC World Service and live updates on the BBC Sport website and app|
Ireland's Jason Smyth completed a sprint double at the World Para-athletics Championships with victory in the T13 200m final at London Stadium.
The 30-year-old from County Londonderry moved clear at the bend and won comfortably in 21.41 seconds.
Johannes Nambala of Namibia was second in 21.81 with Poland's Mateusz Michalski clocking 21.86 in third.
Smyth, who won the T13 100m final at London Stadium on Sunday, has now secured five world titles.
"I first came on the scene in 2005 and won golds all the way - I really would love to continue that," said a delighted Smyth
"I just want to be the best I can be and that's what drives me."
The visually-impaired athlete was a double Paralympic gold medallist at the same stadium in 2012.
Smyth is unbeaten at Paralympic level since beginning his international career at the 2005 European Championships.
|NI athletes London timetable|
|Friday, 14 July||M McKillop (T38 800m heats, 20:25 BST|
|Sunday, 16 July||Smyth (T13 100m heats 11:30, final 21:06)||McKillop (T38 800m final, 21:15|
|Monday, 17 July||Smyth (T13 200m heats, 19:10)||J Hamilton (T20 1500m final, 21:05|
|Tuesday, 18 July||Smyth (T13 200m final, 19:55|
|Friday, 21 July||Hamilton (T20 800m heats, 20:13)|
|Saturday, 22 July||McKillop (T37 1500m final, 19:50)||Hamilton (T20 800m final, 20:30)|