Craig surges to 100m gold
Josef Craig produced a late surge to take his second gold of the IPC World Championships as he pipped Matthew Levy in the S7 100m freestyle.
The Briton led at the halfway stage but appeared to have lost the momentum as Australia's Levy went ahead after the turn.
Craig roared back in the final 20m, though, and touched in one minute 1.74 seconds, just 0.15 ahead of the Australian.
"Matthew was off like a bullet in that second 50m," Craig said. "I don't know how he did it and I don't know how I pulled it back either because with 25m to go, my legs felt like they'd fallen off and my arms were dead already.
"I don't know what happened but I've been practising my finish vigorously and it must have seen me through."
Steph Slater beat the old S8 100m butterfly world record but still had to be content with silver as she was pipped to gold by Jessica Long.
Slater set a new European record of 1min 10.12secs as Long claimed the new world mark of 1:09.79.
"I just wanted to give it all in my last individual because it's my favourite event," said Slater. "I just thought I'd go all out in the first 50. I'm so happy with what I've done."
Susie Rodgers claimed a silver - her third of the week - in the women's S7 100m free in a time of 1:13.03, while there were bronze medals for Nicole Lough in the SB14 100m breaststroke, James Clegg in the S12 400m freestyle and Hannah Russell in the women's equivalent.