Paul Blake secured the sixth IPC Athletics World Championships medal of his career when he won T36 400m silver in Doha on Friday.
The men's team captain ran a season's best time of 54.58 seconds as he finished runner-up to defending champion Evgenii Shvetcov of Russia.
Blake made a strong start, but Shvetcov moved away and went on to claim another gold in a championship record time of 53.72. Ukraine's Roman Pavlyk made a late push for silver but Blake held him off by two hundredths of a second.
"I can't complain about a silver medal," said Blake, who was also runner-up to Shvetcov two years ago, having won 400m gold at the 2011 World Championships.