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  1. Second day of World Para-athletics Championships
  2. Great Britain have six gold medals
  3. Sammi Kinghorn the latest in the the 200m T53 final
  4. Get involved: #BBCParaAthletics

Live Reporting

By Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodnight

    OK, so that's all from me tonight.

    I hope you enjoyed the action as much as I did. A day to remember thanks to Richard Whitehead, Sophie Hahn, Hollie Arnold, Sammi Kinghorn and Stef Reid.

    There will be another live text and more on 5 live on Sunday evening.

    The 5 live team will be led byJonathan Overend at the London Stadium, alongside commentator Ed Harry and summarisers Ali Curbishley and Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson. JJ Chalmers will be grabbing interviews in the mixed zone.

    And don't forget Chris Osborne, who will be bringing you the best colour and atmosphere from London Stadium.

    People to watch? Well, how about double Paralympic champion Jonnie Peacock, who missed the World Championships two years ago through injury, so goes into the T44 100m final with a point to prove.

    Hollie Arnold
  2. Post update

    Chris Osborne

    BBC Sport at London Stadium

    "I train with her! Can you dedicate your win to me?" shouts American wheelchair racing legend Tatyana McFadden as she goes past Sammi King.

  3. Poster boy

    Tomorrow night is expected to be the most popular of the championships and this man is why.

    Paralympic T44 10m champion Jonnie Peacock will be looking for home gold.

  4. Post update

    Cuba have a gold thanks to Leinier Savon Pineda in the 100m T12 final in a championship record time of 10.72 seconds.

    Elsewhere, Deja Young wins the women's T47 final and sisters Tatyana McFadden and Hannah McFadden finish first and third respectively in the women's 200m T54 final.

  5. Post update

    Chris Osborne

    BBC Sport at London Stadium

    Sammi Kinghorn is having her photo taken next to the time board with her world record of 28.61 seconds glowing in yellow.

    The crowd are a bit delirious and are set to head out in the Stratford night in the glow of four British gold medals in the evening session.

    Sammi Kinghorn
  6. Gold for Kinghorn

    Britain has another world champion. What a roar, what a brilliant win by Sammi Kinghorn.

    She wins the 200m T53 final in a time of 28.61 seconds.

    The crowd inside London Stadium are out of their seats to applaud her magnificent efforts.

  7. World record

    Gold for Sammi Kinghorn after another world record finish.

    Sam Kinghorn
  8. Post update

    Britain's Sammi Kinghorn is about to go in the T53 200m, for wheelchair athletes with limited or no lower limb function.

    Will 'Super Saturday' end with another gold medal for the hosts?

  9. 'Phenomenal'


    Gold medal 200m T38 winner Sophie Hahn, addressing the London Stadium crowd: "It's incredible. An amazing feeling. I've never been a world champion before and to do it in front of a home crowd is phenomenal."

  10. Post update

    Ukraine's Nataliia Kobzar wins the women's 200m T37 final in a championship-record time of 27.62 seconds.

    The world record time of 27.21 set by Britain's Georgina Hermitage in June 2016 remains intact.

  11. Another gold for Tunisia

    Tunisia are enjoying their time in London.

    They win another medal as Walid Ktila is first over the line in the 100m T34 final in a championship record time of 15 seconds.

  12. Human blurs

    An artistic reflection of athletic speed or dodgy camera work? I'll let you decide. Brilliant T47 100m final though.

  13. World record

    Another world record.

    This time it's Brazil's Petrucio Ferreira who wins gold in the men's 100m T47 final in a time of 10.53 seconds.

  14. Firecracker

    Chris Osborne

    BBC Sport at London Stadium


    A hug from Kadeena Cox for a world record holder and world champion.

    Sophie Hahn, the quietest and politest woman you could meet off the track, and absolute firecracker on it.

  15. Brown wins 100m T11 gold

    The Stars and Stripes are out at London Stadium as America's David Brown wins the 100m T11 final in a time of 11.20 seconds.

    David Brown
  16. 'Henson inspires me'


    Richard Whitehead speaking to BBC Radio 5 live: "It wasn't the best start. I forgot my second starting block, which wasn't great. After the turn I put on the afterburners. I look at Dave Henson (who won bronze in the same race and was injured in the military) and he inspires me to keep going."

    Will he retire now?

    "Ask me after the 100m."

  17. Super Saturday

    Super Saturday? You bet it is.

    Four golds so far thanks to Stef Reid,Richard Whitehead,Hollie Arnold and Sophie Hahn. Five in total after Hannah Cockroft's got the gold medal scoreboard ticking on Friday.

  18. Sensational by Hahn

    Sophie Hahn is on top of the world. She powers away from the rest of the field to cross the line in a world record time of 26.11 seconds in the 200m T38 final.

    And another bronze for Britain as Kadeena Cox finishes third in 27.15 seconds.

    Kadeena Cox
  19. World record

    Sensational world record run by Sophie Hahn. Another gold!

    Sophie Hahn
  20. More medals for GB?

    It's Kadeena Cox and Sophie Hahn time.

    The women's 200m T38 final is about to start.

    More medals for Great Britain?