sport news GB's golden girls on top at World Para Championships

Hannah Cockroft won her second gold of the World Para Championships, storming to a new record time at the event in her 800m T34 final Sophie Kamlish won the 100m T44 final and Olivia Breen took the T38 long jump Richard Whitehead failed to secure a double gold with bronze in the T42 100m

By Adam Crafton for the Daily Mail

Published: 21:20 BST, 17 July 2017 | Updated: 21:21 BST, 17 July 2017

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Great Britain's golden girls were celebrating as Hannah Cockroft, Sophie Kamlish and Olivia Breen ensured a hat-trick of triumphs at the World Para Athletics Championships on Monday night.

There was some disappointment as Richard Whitehead failed to secure a double gold as he was only took bronze in the T42 100m final. 

Whitehead, who turns 41 tomorrow, had retained his 200m world champion status on Saturday night but was beaten to gold on Monday by Australian rival Scott Reardon.

Hannah Cockroft stormed to her second gold of the Championships in the 800m T34 final

Hannah Cockroft stormed to her second gold of the Championships in the 800m T34 final

Sophie Kamlish, 20, stormed to success in the women's 100m T44 final at the London Stadium

Sophie Kamlish, 20, stormed to success in the women's 100m T44 final at the London Stadium

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