On the final day of the World Para-athletics Championships, Sammi Kinghorn won gold to bring Britian’s medal total to 39.
Having already won the T53 200m, Kinghorn completed a gold double with victory in the 100m.
She’s done it!!! 👏 🇬🇧 🙌 💨
Sammi Kinghorn wins gold in T53 100m for her third medal of #London2017 pic.twitter.com/44nFB4tT0h
— C4 Paralympics (@C4Paralympics) July 23, 2017
Three GB athletes also won silver medals on the final day, Polly Maton in the T47 long jump, Mickey Bushell in the T53 100m and Jordan Howe in the T35 100m.
China finished top of the medal table with 30 golds and 65 medals in total, second was the USA with 20 golds and 59 medals in total.
Great Britian completed the top three with 18 gold medals and 39 in total.
The 39 medal total is Britian’s best medal tally in 19 years.
Irish athlete Paul Keogan finished 5th in men’s 400m T37 final, concluding a successful championships for Ireland, finishing with 7 medals from 10 competing athletes.
The Irish medal collection was led by golden doubles from Jason Smyth and Michael McKillop.