Jason Smyth sprints to yet another gold - and says he's not finished yet
Ireland's Jason Smyth claimed his second victory of the World Para Athletics Championships on Tuesday night and is determined to continue his global domination.
Hosts Great Britain had few athletes in action on day five and finished without a medal, with their overall tally from the London Stadium remaining 11 gold and 20 medals in all.
Smyth won Ireland's third gold medal and his second.
The 30-year-old Londonderry sprinter, who is partially sighted, is known as the fastest Paralympian across all classifications and has never lost in a major global championships.
He has five Paralympic titles and now five world titles, after adding the T13 200 metres title to the 100m crown he won on Sunday night.
Smyth, who won in a season's best of 21.40 seconds, is determined to go on to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
"There's still things I want to achieve," he said.
"If I can go to Tokyo and win gold... not many people have gone to four Games and won golds all the way.
"It's just incredible to be here. I'm very grateful to be in London again.
"These without doubt are the best World Championships we've ever had."
Smyth represented Northern Ireland at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, having missed the 2010 event in Delhi through injury.
However, next April's event on Australia's Gold Coast is not on his agenda.
Instead he is undertaking work experience in finance in Dublin and Belfast.
"I'll not be there, because I haven't run the time and I'll not be running now before the cut-off date," he added.
British wheelchair racer Richard Chiassaro was fourth in the T54 200m final, won by Yassine Gharbi of Tunisia.
Chiassaro was adjudged culpable for the incident which wiped out half the field in Monday night's 800m final, resulting in the decision to re-run the race on Friday.
The Briton was nursing a swollen finger and sore left wrist on Tuesday, but qualified for the final.
Gharbi clocked a championship record of 24.86secs to win gold from Kenny van Weeghel of Holland and Leo Tahti of Finland.
Chiassaro clocked 25.12s and fellow Briton Nathan Maguire was sixth in a personal best of 25.86.
Luke Sinnott was fourth in the T42 long jump, leaping a personal best of 6.15m as Denmark's Daniel Wagner won with a championship record leap of 6.50m.
Polly Maton, arm amputee, was fifth in the T47 100m won by Deja Young of the United States.
And Sabrina Fortune was sixth in the F20 shot put won by Poland's Ewa Durska.