Brit Aled Davies has won gold in the F42 discus at the World Para-Athletics Championships in London.
The 26-year-old has won his third world title after throwing 51.54m to beat Luxembourgian Tom Habscheid.
The London 2012 champion and world record holder can add another gold to his honours on Saturday in the shot putt. The gold medal is the seventh by the Great Britain and they are leading the medal table in day three.
“I’m overwhelmed. It’s not the event I’ve been practising. I’m probably a bit too big for discus at the moment,” he told BBC Radio 5 live.
“I’m built for shot put and you’ll see that Saturday. I’ve got something special.
“This is such a special place with so many memories. I wanted to give the crowd a gold medal.”
Aled Davies could become the first para-athlete to win triple double by claiming the discus and shot put titles at three consecutive World Para-Athletics.
The events continue tonight as there are at least eighth events to look out for tonight including the T44 100m final.