Maria Lyle takes second sprint gold at World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai
Great Britain's Maria Lyle has won her second gold at the World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai, sprinting to victory in the T35 200m.
The win sees the 19-year old double her medal tally after clinching the T35 100m crown on Sunday.
Lyle crossed the line in 30.33 seconds in a dominant 200m race, with Poland's Jagoda Kibil crossing the line nearly two seconds later to claim silver.
"I'm really happy," said Lyle. "We were waiting a little bit longer for the start so I started to get a bit nervous, but it was more about thinking about my race plan and trying to execute that."
Elsewhere in Dubai, fellow Brit Sabrina Fortune took the F20 shot put gold with a new championship record of 13.91m.
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After her sensational victory, Fortune told BBC Sport: "It's amazing. I never thought I would see the day. Anything can happen.
"I thought [the last throw] was rubbish, I thought it was bad but when I saw everyone's reactions, I realised it was good."
The championships conclude on Friday, November 15 with Great Britain currently sitting third in the medal table were in third position with a total of 24.