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Summary

  1. Men's 100m T44 - Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock wins gold
  2. Women's 200m T35 final - Britain's Maria Lyle wins a bronze medal
  3. Men's shot put F35 final - Sam Ruddock comes seventh
  4. Women's 100m T42 final - Julie Rogers finishes sixth
  5. Men's 1500m T54 final - Richard Chiassaro comes eighth

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By Michael Emons

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Two more medals tonight for Great Britain

So what an evening it has been at London Stadium.

Jonnie Peacock clinched the eighth gold medal for Great Britain with victory in the men's 100m T44 final, while Maria Lyle added a bronze medal in the women's 200m T35.

You can read Chris Osborne's report of the action here.

Jonnie Peacock
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'Sacrifices have paid off'

Men's 100m T13 final

BBC Radio 5 live

Ireland's Jason Smyth, the men's 100m T13 world champion, has been talking to BBC Radio 5 live. He said: "I'm absolutely delighted, that's what we come to world championships for to cross the line first.

"To be here and be part of it is incredible. I've been very fortunate, I've been in the sport since 2005 and pretty much won gold medals all the way. I've made a huge amount of sacrifices and it has paid off."

Jason Smyth celebrates
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Chiassaro eighth in men's 1500m T54

Men's 1500m T54

The last race of the day was the men's 1500m T54, with Great Britain's Richard Chiassaro well down the field.

Switzerland's Marcel Hug wins it in three minutes 04.33 seconds, with Tunisia's Yassine Gharbi second and Alhassane Balde of Germany coming third.

Chiassaro came eighth in a time of 3.06.24.

Marcel Hug celebrates his gold medal
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Ruddock seventh in the shot put

Men's shot put F35

One result from earlier to bring you, and it is in the men's shot put F35 competition.

Britain's Sam Ruddock was in the line-up and he came seventh, with a best effort of 12.84m

A new championship record of 15.30m gave Fu Xinhan of China the gold medal.

'Hearing the crowd helps'

Men's 1500m T54 (21:45 BST)

Richard Chiassaro has already been in action once today as he finished second in his heat in the men's 1500m T54 competition to qualify for the final, which is the final event of the night at about 21:45 BST.

The 35-year-old told BBC Radio 5 live: "It was good, exactly how I wanted to it. I took the lead and I didn't want to go out and get surrounded by the others."

Asked how much the home crowd helps him, he added: "From the Anniversary Games last year when I did the 1500m, it was not until I got over the line that I actually felt tired. Hearing the crowd gets you through the race."

Richard Chiassaro
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Richard Chiassaro went out in the heats in the 400m in the World Para-athletics Championships in Doha two years ago, before winning a gold and three silvers at the European Championships in 2016

The champ on the phone

Men's 100m T44 - Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock wins gold

Chris Osborne

BBC Sport at London Stadium

If Jonnie Peacock is waiting to do a live BBC Radio 5 live interview, you might as well get him to take a selfie with your phone.

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GB's Rogers sixth in final

Women's 100m T42 final

Great Britain's Julie Rogers was in contention for a medal, but it was not to be. It was an Italian one-two with Martina Caironi taking gold and Monica Contrafatto coming second, with American Scout Bassett securing bronze.

Rogers finishes sixth in the final.

Martina Caironi wins the 100m title
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Draw Hollie, then meet Hollie

Remember Eliza, who had drawn a picture of British gold medallist javelin thrower Hollie Arnold (see 20:21 BST entry)?

Well, Eliza, and Jessica, then got the chance to see Hollie in real life. Lovely.

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An 18-year-old veteran?

Women's 100m T42 (21:35 BST)

She is only 18, but Julie Rogers, who is aiming for gold in the women's 100m T42 final tonight, has already competed at two Paralympics.

She was only 13 when she competed in the seated volleyball event at London 2012, before taking part in the women's 100m T42 at Rio four years later.

Rogers, who was born with a tibia and fibula missing, posted this picture on Twitter in the build-up to this event and looks to be loving her time in London.

Julie Rogers
Julie Rogers

'Insane'

Men's 100m T44 - Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock wins gold

Jonnie Peacock tells BBC Radio 5 live: "It was so scary, I was cramping in my warm-up, I was stretching my hamstring over and over again and that is not a usual thing to do on the start-line. I'm so thankful I finished in one piece.

"Coming back here is insane. There is no other place that treats Para sport like this, we have taken it a step on, if we could have every World Championships here that would be great as the way everyone laps it up is insane.

Jonnie Peacock
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Men's 100m T44 - Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock wins gold

And Jonnie Peacock has made his way to BBC Radio 5 live.

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'Every World Championships should be here'

Men's 100m T44 - Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock wins gold

Men's 100m T44 gold medallist Jonnie Peacock, speaking to the crowd, says: "I was feeling some serious cramp in the warm-up. The heats showed I'm in good form at the moment. If I had dipped I might have got that world record (in the heat).

"This event shows every World Championships should be held here."

Another Irish gold

Men's 800m T38m final

We have just had one gold for Ireland, and another one quickly follows with Michael McKillop taking gold in the men's 800m T38m final.

Ireland's Michael McKillop takes gold in the men's 800m T38m final
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'I was so scared'

Men's 100m T44 - Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock wins gold

Jonnie Peacock, the eighth British gold medallist of the 2017 World Para-athletics Championships, has just been talking to Channel 4. He said: "I was in the warm-up area and feeling cramp everywhere, I was so scared, I thought I may fall over in the middle of the race.

"I'm just so thankful I managed to finish the race and come away with the win.

"I knew I was in a great place and in the heat I should've ran through and got the world record. The crowd is phenomenal, I was blown away. It is so great to be a part of it."

Jonnie Peacock celebrates
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Men's 100m T44 - Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock wins gold

Chris Osborne

BBC Sport at London Stadium

Wheerrrrreee's Jonnie?

Mr Peacock went on a jog around London Stadium to lap up the euphoria. Channel 4 have had to leg it round to interview him.

The rest of us will need to sit patiently in the mixed zone. But we don't mind.

Jason Smyth wins for Ireland

Men's 100m T13 final

Jason Smyth of Ireland takes world championship gold for the fourth successive event with victory in the men's 100m T13 final.

But there is to be no new world record for the Irishman, as he won in 10.63 seconds, faster than in his heat, but not beating his best time of 10.46 seconds. Matusz Michalski of Poland takes silver, with America's Chad Perris coming third.

Jason Smyth takes gold for Ireland
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'What a race'

Men's 100m T44 - Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock wins gold

Seven-time Paralympic gold medallist Tatyana McFadden has just tweeted about Jonnie Peacock's performance.

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'Jonnie's performance was amazing'

Men's 100m T44 - Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock wins gold

BBC Radio 5 live

American Jarryd Wallace, who finished third, paid tribute to gold medallist Jonnie Peacock.

"Jonnie's performance was amazing, he is an unbelievable lad and a great competitor," Wallace tells BBC Radio 5 live. "He is the home-town hero, to run with him and against him, there is nothing better."

Ireland's Smyth targets world record

Men's 100m T13 (21:06 BST)

Jason Smyth
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We could well be seeing a world record in the men's 100m T13 as Ireland's Jason Smyth, the current record holder, qualified for the final earlier today by winning his heat.

The visually-impaired double London 2012 Paralympic gold medallist won in 10.73 seconds and is confident of beating his world record of 10.46.

"That felt very comfortable," said Smyth after his heat.

"I think I can beat the world record. Can I do it? Absolutely. But at a major championships, it is firstly about crossing the line first."

Great Britain's Zak Skinner missed out on the final after coming fourth in his heat, despite setting a new personal best of 11.15 seconds.

Men's 100m T44 - Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock wins gold

Chris Osborne

BBC Sport at London Stadium

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Germany's Johan Floors looks pretty happy with silver.

'A blur'

Men's 100m T44 - Peacock wins gold

Chris Osborne

BBC Sport at London Stadium

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A human blur. A human, gold medal-winning blur.

'It was some performance'

Men's 100m T44 - Peacock wins gold

Allison Curbishley

BBC athletics expert on Radio 5 live

"That was such a performance. I was holding my breath until 80m until someone flicked a switch and it blew him down the track.

"Those last 20 metres, he just has an ability to lift his hips, relax and that was some performance.

"Who cares about the clock, he is still world champion. We only see him in the 100m and I don't think he will get a stadium like this again in his career so he really needs to savour this, it was some performance."

Jonnie Peacocks grits his teeth to take gold
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BreakingGOLD FOR PEACOCK

Men's 100m T44

And it is gold for Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock in the men's 100m T44.

The winning time was 10.75 seconds, slower than his heat-winning time earlier today, but Peacock will not mind, he wins world championship gold.

Jonnie Peacock wins
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Unreal

Men's 100m T44 final

Chris Osborne

BBC Sport at London Stadium

You can feel the anticipation and tension just edging up. The sprinters are out on the track and the crowd have spotted Jonnie Peacock. The moment is nearly here.

That noise. That roar for Jonnie Peacock's name. Unreal.

Peacock's moment

Men's 100m T44 (final at 20:57) - Peacock into final

Next on the track could be a golden moment for Great Britain and Jonnie Peacock.

The men's 100m T44 final is up next. He eased through his heat earlier tonight and would have taken the world record if had gone at full pace.

Is this going to be gold number eight for Great Britain?

Gold for Japan

Men's 1500m T52 final

Complete dominance from Tomoki Sato of Japan. He led after 400m and did not lose that lead, taking gold in a championship record of three minutes 45.89 seconds.

The man who had been expected to win, American Raymond Martin, takes the silver.

After two bronze medals, Japan now have a gold medal on the board.

Men's 1500m T52 final

Meanwhile, on the track, we have just got under way in the men's 1500m T52 final. There are no Brits involved in this one, and Japan's Tomoki Sato is leading after one lap.

'The busiest crowd ever'

Women's 200m T35 final - Maria Lyle wins bronze for GB

BBC Radio 5 live

Great Britain's Maria Lyle, who won a bronze medal in the women's 200m T35 earlier tonight, has just been talking to BBC Radio 5 live.

She said: "I'm happy, I was injured and I have only been able to sprint since Wednesday.

"I want to thank the crowd. It is amazing, the busiest crowd I have ever run with and in Para events we don't normally get this. I was not in the best shape coming in so I thought I would just enjoy myself and I did.

"I really want to run (in the 100m) and redeem myself as it was not the best performance, but I have to remember I was injured."

Maria Lyle
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Multi-sport Sam

Men's shot put F35 (20:44 BST)

Britain's Sam Ruddock is one multi-talented competitor.

The 27-year-old played basketball, rugby and American football at university, then represented Great Britain as a sprinter in the T35 100m/200m at the 2012 Paralympics in London.

Ruddock, who has cerebral palsy, will tonight be going for gold in the men's shot put F35 event, which starts shortly.

Sam Ruddock
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Will the gold rush continue?

Things get hectic for our BBC Radio 5 live commentators.

The events come thick and fast, but maybe not this quick. You can listen to BBC Radio 5 live commentary by clicking on the play button at the top.

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'Amazing'

A crowd of more than 30,000 is expected at London Stadium today, and it certainly looks good.

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'I'm a tough guy to beat', says Peacock's rival Wallace

Men's 100m T44 (final at 20:57) - Peacock into final

BBC Radio 5 live

The man that could deny Britain's Jonnie Peacock tonight is American Jarryd Wallace, who was the second fastest, behind Peacock, in the heats earlier today.

In a pre-recorded interview with BBC Radio 5 live, Wallace says: "Jonnie Peacock is an incredible athlete and is Mr Consistent at the big races, he always shows up.

"I know I'm in good shape, it is just about executing the plan and having fun. I'm excited to be here, I have got my confidence back and we are just going to bring it and have fun."

When asked what he thought would happen, Wallace said: "I'm going to win of course, if you don't think you are going to win, don't step on to that starting line. If all it comes together, I'm going to be a tough guy to beat."

Jarryd Wallace
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Whizbee creating a buzz

Some more entertainment for the youngsters...

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Super Hollie!

Chris Osborne

BBC Sport at London Stadium

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This is Eliza. I met her in the fan park earlier and she showed me her picture of her superhero - British gold medallist javelin thrower Hollie Arnold.

Hollie had just left the park after collecting her medal for last night's performance. So, I've taken Eliza's picture and we're going to try and get it Hollie.

As far as superheroes go, I don't think Eliza could have picked any better.

Holie Arnold
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'Better than Rio'

Women's 200m T35 final

BBC Radio 5 live

Australian Isis Holt, who has just won gold in the women's 200m T35 final, has just been talking to BBC Radio 5 live.

The 16-year-old says: "It's amazing, I am still struggling to comprehend what just happened. Being able to come out here with a field that is the same age as me is brilliant.

"In Doha (two years ago) you had a number of empty seats, for me the crowd here is better even than Rio."

Isis Holt of Australia wins the women's T35 200m
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Women's 200m T35 final

Chris Osborne

BBC Sport at London Stadium

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A season's best time for Maria Lyle but a step down from her silver in this event two years ago.

Her reaction immediately after the race looks like she's pretty happy - and she's jogged off to find some family in the crowd to hug.

Britain's Lyle wins bronze

Women's 200m T35 final

Teenager Maria Lyle has now added another world championship medal to her collection.

She picked up a gold and two silvers in Doha two years ago and a silver and two bronzes at the Rio Paralympics last year.

Now the 17-year-old has another bronze medal, behind Australia's Isis Holt who takes gold, with Zhou Xia of China taking the silver.

Lyle's chance for individual gold

Women's 200m T35 final (20:10 BST)

What an evening it could be for 17-year-old Maria Lyle.

The Scot is in contention to win her first individual world championship gold medal when she goes in the women's 200m T35 final at 20:10.

But Lyle is no stranger to world championship gold, as she was part of the quartet that picked up gold in the 4x100m relay T35-38 race in Doha two years ago.

The talented teenager, who has cerebral palsy, also then picked up one silver medal and two bronzes at the Rio Paralympics last year.

Maria Lyle
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Maria Lyle (second right) helped Britain to relay gold two years ago in the world championships in Doha. The rest of the team consisted of Sophie Hahn (left), Georgina Hermitage (second left) and Kadeena Cox (right)

Missing a medal 'gut-wrenching' - Greaves

Men's discus F44 - Dan Greaves finishes fourth

BBC Radio 5 live

British captain Dan Greaves, who finished fourth in the men's discus F44, has just been talking to BBC Radio 5 live. He said: "It was such a shame, we had worked so hard in the last couple of weeks and were in great shape, but it just didn't happen today.

"Not picking up a medal here on home turf is gut-wrenching, but it only makes you stronger."

On the team's overall performance, he added: "It has been amazing so far, every athlete is taking their opportunity and producing the goods and using the home advantage well. In 2011 it was one of our best medal hauls and I think we will surpass it here.

"To be captain is a huge honour for me."

Dan Greaves
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