The World Para-Athletics Championship ongoing at London has entered day five today and the medal table stands like this after day four.
Brit Jonnie Peacock won the T44 100m final, his second at the London World Para-Athletics. The second time Paralympic champion, finished in 10.75 seconds for his second world title ahead of German Johannes Floors and American Jarryd Wallace.
United States of America has leapfrogged Great Britain to lead the table after day four with 11G 7S and 9B won. Though they have the same Gold as Great Britain after day four, the Americans have more silver than the British. China follows closely in third with Tunisia leading on the African front. The medal table after day four is:
|2017 World Para-Athletics Championships top-10 medal table|