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Summary

  1. Live commentary on BBC Radio 5 live
  2. Kadeena Cox wins gold in the T38 400m
  3. Paul Blake comes fourth in the T36 400m
  4. Also, Usain Bolt wins in 9.95 seconds in Monaco in his last ever 100m race outside of a major championships
  5. GB’s Laura Muir comes third in the 3,000m
  6. GB’s Dina Asher-Smith finishes third in 200m

Live Reporting

By Michael Emons and Chris Osborne

All times stated are UK

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Thanks and goodbye

And that is a great place to end the live text.

It has been another golden day for Great Britain at the World Para-athletics Championships as Kadeena Cox took gold in the women's 400m T38.

Meanwhile, over in Monaco at the Diamond League event, Usain Bolt broke the 10-second mark for the first time this season as he won in his last ever race outside of a major championships.

We will be back at 19:00 BST tomorrow so we will see you then. Bye.

Usain Bolt and Kadeena Cox
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World record for Amguoun

World Para-athletics Championships - men's 400m T13

Not a bad way to round off the evening.

Moroccan Mohamed Amguoun beats his own world record to take the T13 400m in 46.92 seconds.

Coming up tomorrow

World Para-athletics Championships - day nine (Saturday)

So what is in store tomorrow at London Stadium?

Jonathan Broom-Edwards has three silver medals to his name at global level and he will be aiming to add a gold in the T44 high jump (10:03 BST).

And there could be triple gold success in the evening for GB with Sophie Hahn in the T38 100m (20:00), Aled Davies in the F42 shot put (20:35) and Georgie Hermitage in the T37 100m.

International watch: Expect fireworks between American Jarryd Wallace, South African Amu Fourie and Dutchman Ronald Hertog in the T44 200m, with all three men going under 23 seconds this year (19:30). And in the T43 200m, the event Oscar Pistorious made famous, American duo Hunter Woodhall and Nick Rogers will be chasing down season leader Johannes Floors of Germany.

Gold for Belgium

World Para-athletics Championships - men's 100m T51

On the track, it's a gold medal for Belgium as Peter Geyn takes the T51 100m final from Finland's Toni Pispanen.

'Great support'

World Para-athletics Championships - day eight

Long jumper Greg Rutherford, a gold medallist in the 2012 Olympics here, has been enjoying the action on day eight of the World Para-athletics Championships. And has been posing with the event mascot.

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30 medals for GB

World Para-athletics Championships - women's 400m T38 - Kadeena Cox wins gold

Kadeena Cox's victory in the women's 400m T38 means Great Britain now have 30 medals overall - 14 gold, 3 silver and 13 bronze.

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'I just ripped my shirt off'

World Para-athletics Championships - men's 100m T38

BBC Radio 5 live

And here is Evan O'Hanlon, who unleashed his inner Incredible Hulk by ripping his shirt off after winning the men's 100m T38.

He tells BBC Radio 5 live: "The time is not amazing, it is cold out here and a bit of a headwind, it means so much to me. To come back from Rio with a silver was such a let down.

"It was sheer elation, I was not meant to rip it off, I just can't describe the feeling. I just ripped my shirt off. To be honest I don't care if get disqualified, they know I won the race and I know I won."

Asked what he thought of the championships in London, he replies: "London does it better than anyone else."

Evan O'Hanlon
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'Hulkamania style'

World Para-athletics Championships - men's 100m T38

Chris Osborne

BBC Sport at London Stadium

Evan O'Hanlon
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Australia's Evan O'Hanlon wins the T38 100m by less than a hundredth of a second and, when the result comes up on the big screen, he lets out an almighty roar and rips off his vest. Hulkamania style.

An over officious official shows him a yellow card.

Bolt wins 100m in 9.95 secs in Monaco

Diamond League: Men's 100m - Usain Bolt wins in 9.95 seconds

Usain Bolt
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And over in Monaco...

Eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt ran his first sub-10-second time of the year to win the 100m at the Diamond League in Monaco.

The 30-year-old Jamaican clocked 9.95 in his final Diamond League race to beat America's Isiah Young (9.98) and South African Akani Simbine (10.02).

Britain's CJ Ujah ran 10.02 to claim fourth.

Elsewhere, Britain's Laura Muir was comfortably beaten by Kenyan Hellen Obiri in the women's 3,000m.

Cox wins 14th gold for GB in London

World Para-athletics Championships - day eight

Chris Osborne

BBC Sport at London Stadium

So a round-up of what has happened in the London Stadium tonight.

Paralympic champion Kadeena Cox won gold in the women's T38 400m at the World Para-athletics Championships to take Great Britain's medal tally to 30.

The 26-year-old, who won four medals in cycling and athletics in Rio, added to the bronze she picked up in London last Saturday in the T38 200m. Cox, who has multiple sclerosis, finished six seconds ahead of runner-up Yuka Takamatsu of Japan.

Earlier, fellow Briton Paul Blake finished fourth in the men's T36 400m.

Cox's victory means GB have now picked up 14 golds in London and have surpassed the tally won at the World Championships in Doha two years ago.

The Leeds-born athlete will compete in her final event in London on Saturday in the T38 100m, alongside team-mate and world record holder Sophie Hahn.

Kadeena Cox
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'A very painful run, but it meant a lot'

World Para-athletics Championships - women's 400m T38 Kadeena Cox wins gold

BBC Radio 5 live

Gold medallist Kadeena Cox has just been talking to BBC Radio 5 live. She says: "I am absolutely shattered, it was a very painful run but it meant a lot, this one was a good one and it was for a lot of people.

"We are here in London and the crowd is amazing, I may have got a bit carried away in the first 200m, I got the win, a bit off the time I wanted, but I got the win.

"I came out here to win the 400, the 200 was because I had a lack of races and I was a bit gutted in that race but here it has come together.

"I was a little bit nervous, my hamstring has been touch and go, the GB team have managed to glue me back together. I came in knowing I had to give it my all. We have surpassed our target, the team is doing amazing what more can we want, just more golds."

Kadeena Cox
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Let's hear from Britain's latest golden girl

And now time to hear from Kadeena Cox, who has just won the 14th gold medal at the World Para-athletics Championships for Great Britain.

'She ran really well'

World Para-athletics Championships - women's 400m T38 - Kadeena Cox wins gold

Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson

11-time Paralympic champion on BBC Radio 5 live

Kadeena Cox
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Kadeena Cox looked really strong and was not challenged by the rest of the field.

It is another one of these developing classes and in terms of how she ran, she ran really well.

I would love to see the countries that don't have people in these classes go out and develop people to compete.

'How much has Bolt got left?'

Diamond League: Men's 100m - Usain Bolt wins in 9.95 seconds

Mike Costello

BBC athletics correspondent in Monaco

We just do not know what Bolt has got left, he eased up, looked over and you have to wonder how much has he got left this year?

Justin Gatlin is running quickly so is Yohan Blake, but can they beat him, do they believe they can beat him? We really just do not know how much of the great Usain Bolt is left going into his final championships.

'A sigh of relief'

Diamond League: Men's 100m - Usain Bolt wins in 9.95 seconds

Allison Curbishley

BBC athletics expert on Radio 5 live at London Stadium

Usain Bolt
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A big sigh of relief for Usain Bolt. The guy is just dragging it out and 9.95, he has to be pleased with that. The job is done, one less 100 to go and we wait to see him in London.

BreakingBolt wins

Diamond League: Men's 100m

Usain Bolt
Reuters

He wanted to go inside 10 seconds, and Usain Bolt has just done that as he wins in his last ever race outside of a major championships.

He wins it in 9.95 seconds. Great Britain's Chijindu Ujah comes fourth, in a time of 10.02.

Diamond League: Men's 100m

Mike Costello

BBC athletics correspondent in Monaco

Everyone is standing, everyone is filming what is going on, it is truly remarkable.

BreakingGB's Cox wins gold

World Para-athletics Championships

Kadeena Cox
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If you could win extra medals for the size of a victory, Kadeena Cox would have taken three.

The Briton blows away the field here in London in the T38 400m final - she has about 15m on the Japanese runner-up Yuka Takamatsu, who actually posts a personal best time.

Emphatic.

Kadeena Cox
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Can Bolt go under 10 seconds tonight?

Diamond League: Men's 100m (20:35 BST)

Right, back to Monaco, with all eyes on the world's fastest man.

Usain Bolt has not gone under 10 seconds so far this season? Will he do that now, in his last ever race outside of a major championships.

Britain's Chijindu Ujah is also in the race, while South African Akani Simbine is the fastest man, going on 2017 times only.

More medals for talented Kadeena?

World Para-athletics Championships - (women's 400m T38 20:33 BST)

Two Paralympic gold medals, in two different sports, Kadeena Cox is an incredible competitor.

As well as a para-cycling gold, Cox, 26, also won an athletics gold in the women's 400m T38, the event she goes in tonight.

She has already picked another medal for her collection already in London, with a bronze in the 200m race.

Kadeena Cox
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Kadeena Cox won four medals at the 2016 Rio Paralympics - a gold, silver and bronze in athletics, and a gold in cycling.

Morris wins heat

World Para-athletics Championships - men's 800m T20 heats

Meanwhile, back in London...

A stonking, dominate run from GB's Steve Morris, who leads from the gun and all the way to the line across the two laps.

He's into Saturday's final of the T20 800m, a race for athletes with intellectual impairment.

Steve Morris
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'Bolt's last ever race outside of a major championships'

Diamond League: Men's 100m (20:35 BST)

Mike Costello

BBC athletics correspondent in Monaco

The World Championships are only two weeks away, and the 100m takes place over the first few days.

This is the last ever race for Usain Bolt outside of a major championships. The loudest cheer of the evening was when he appeared in the stadium. There is a real buzz here, he brings a sizzle to an occasion that no other athlete does.

A legendary career nears the finish line

Diamond League: Men's 100m (20:35 BST)

And it is nearly time for the main man.

Usain Bolt has confirmed he will run the 100m and 4x100m relay at the World Championships in London in August, his final event before retiring.

Bolt, an eight-time Olympic gold medallist and an icon of world sport, has led one of the most illustrious careers in the history of athletics.

"My aim is to win in London. I want to retire on a winning note," the Jamaican 30-year-old said on Wednesday.

The World Championships take place from 4-13 August. The men's 100m final is due to take place on Saturday, 5 August, while the men's 4x100m relay race - which will mark the end of Bolt's career - takes place on the following Saturday.

Usain Bolt
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'I will run faster than Bolt'

Double Paralympic sprinting champion Liam Malone says he will use technology to run faster than Olympic legend Usain Bolt within the next three years.

Jamaican sprinter Bolt, who will retire this summer as an eight-time Olympic gold medallist, set the 100m world record of 9.58 seconds in 2009.

"I'm aiming for 9.4 seconds," New Zealander Malone, 23, told BBC Radio 5 live. He believes technological improvements to the blades used by amputee runners will bring down times.

"In the next three years I'll run faster than Usain Bolt over 100m," said Malone, who was born without fibula bones and had his legs amputated below the knee when he was 18 months old.

"It won't be done in the Paralympics, and I've no intention of ever racing Usain Bolt or able-bodied people, it's about racing against their time outside of the rules and regulations that limit technology. That's what I'm focused on at the moment."

Liam Malone
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Double-leg amputee LiamMalone won gold in the T44 200m and 400m at Rio 2016.

Muir's personal best earns her third

Diamond League: Women's 3,000m

A world lead time from Kenya's Hellen Obiri, an emphatic winner in eight minutes 23.14 seconds.

But a great performance from Great Britain's Laura Muir as she comes third with a new career best time of 8.30.64.

Fellow Briton Eilish McColgan is next, in fourth, in a time of 8.31.39, another career best from her. Stephanie Twell comes home 13th.

Hanging around the Olympic Park

Chris Osborne

BBC Sport at London Stadium

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Spotted hanging off the Orbit sculpture in the Olympic Park in Stratford today - two blokes.

Would I do it? No way. Can you blame me? Not at all.

Muir in contention

Diamond League: Women's 3,000m

With two laps to go in the 3,000m in Monaco, Great Britain's Laura Muir is in fourth position.

'Really impressed'

World Para-athletics Championships - men's 800m T20

Allison Curbishley

BBC athletics expert on Radio 5 live at London Stadium

Well done to James Hamilton, that was so impressive.

He took that race on, he really did well in his first major championship and I am really impressed.

Hamilton into Saturday's final

World Para-athletics Championships - men's 800m T20

James Hamilton
PA

A solid run from James Hamilton who finishes second in the men's T20 800m, a race for athletes with intellectual impairments.

Top three was good enough for the final.

It's Steve Morris up next.

Diamond League: Women's 3,000m

We have a British trio in the women's 3,000m with Eilish McColgan, Stephanie Twell and Laura Muir three of the 15 runners.

Harrison edges out Nelvis

Diamond League: Women's 100m hurdles

Kendra Harrison
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Over in Monaco, it is an American one-two in the women's 100m hurdles as world record holder Kendra Harrison finishes in 12.51 seconds, one hundredth of a second in front of Sharika Nelvis, while Jamaica's Danielle Williams takes third in the 12.58.

That could be some race in the World Championships in London next month.

Hamilton and Morris aim for final

World Para-athletics Championships - men's 800m T20 (from 20:13 BST)

We have two British competitors in the heats of the men's 800m T20 as James Hamilton goes in heat one, before Steve Morris in heat two, with both men aiming to secure their places in the final on Saturday at 20:30 BST.

The pair took part in the 1500m race on Monday night, with Morris coming fourth and Hamilton finishing sixth as both runners set season's best times.

Steve Morris
PA

'Heartache'

World Para-athletics Championships - men's 400m T36

Allison Curbishley

BBC athletics expert on Radio 5 live at London Stadium

That was agony, the finish line could not come quick enough for Paul Blake. He ran a measured 200m and I thought he had timed it right, but you could see him tighten up. That was heartache for him, finishing fourth.

Paul Blake
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Blake fourth for GB

World Para-athletics Championships - men's 400m T36

Paul Blake
PA

The absolute pain on Paul Blake's face. The Rio gold medallist looked nailed on for silver as they came out of the final bend but just had nothing in the tank for the final 50m.

He was swallowed up by Keegan Pitcher of New Zealand, who came third, and second-placed Krzysztof Cuikzsa of Poland as Blake finished fourth.

'Here we go'

World Para-athletics Championships - men's 400m T36 (20:03 BST)

Great Britain's Paul Blake bids to repeat his Rio success in the T36 400m at 20:03.

The 27-year-old is the reigning Paralympic champion at this distance and also won the world championship at 400m in Christchurch, New Zealand back in 2011.

He has tweeted a picture of his kit, which you can see below.

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BBC Radio 5 live

And now you can join Allison and the rest of the BBC Radio 5 live team back in their customary positions, in the commentary booth.

Press the play button at the top of this page to listen along to the commentary.

Mind the Curb

World Para-athletics Championships - day eight

Chris Osborne

BBC Sport at London Stadium

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If you've been watching the World Para-athletics Championships you'll have seen these little remote controlled vans that are used to collect javelins and discus from the field.

Apparently they cost £2,000 each to make - although the Minis they used at Rio 2016 cost a few times more.

Here's BBC Radio 5 live's Allison Curbishley taking one for a test ride.

Meet disability coaching's unsung heroes

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Para-athletics has gone from strength to strength in recent years but there's still work to do, especially in the field of coaching.

Statistics show nearly 20% of working-age people in the UK have a disability. But only 6% of sports coaches are disabled and of coaches who have gained a qualification since 2009, the number drops to 2%.

Here are the stories of some of unsung heroes helping to bridge the coaching gap...

Former GB international Anna Jackson coaching children's wheelchair basketball
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Former GB international Anna Jackson coaching children's wheelchair basketball

Confusion in T11 200m

World Para-athletics Championships: Men's 200m T11

Chris Osborne

BBC Sport at London Stadium

David Brown
EPA

A horrible end to the T11 200m final, for runners who are legally blind.

American David Brown, a massive fan favourite at the World Para-athletics Championships, falls just before the line and brings down his guide.

David Brown
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He's taken 100m gold here in London already, but there is confuson over this result, with French winner Timothee Adolphe possibly disqualified. If that's true, Brown will take silver.

Back to London...

Much more from Monaco later on, but let's head back to London now to see what is happening in the World Para-athletics Championships.