Wheelchair racing star David Weir has closed the Anniversary Games in London with victory in the T54 mile on Sunday.
The 'Weirwolf', who won four golds at London 2012, set a new world record of three minutes and 16.40 seconds.
Two world records were set in the joint category T43/44 100m race. Brazil's Alan Oliveira won in a new T43 record of 10.57 seconds. USA's Richard Browne set a new T44 record of 10.75 seconds.
Jonnie Peacock had to settle for third in a new British record, 10.84 seconds.
There was success for other Paralympic champions on the third and final day of the Anniversary Games.
Wheelchair racer Hannah Cockroft triumphed in her T33/34 100m race, Richard Whitehead won the T42 200m, and Aled Davies came top in the F42 shot put.