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Paralympians shine in London

A series of standout performances from British Paralymians, including Hannah Cockroft and David Weir, has brought the three-day Anniversary Games to a close at London's Olympic Stadium.

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Peacock beaten by world records at Anniversary Games

Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock had targeted a world record run in front of his home crowd. Credit: Tony Marshall/PA Wire

Jonnie Peacock's bid for the T43/44 100m title at the Paralympic Anniversary Games has fallen short after world record runs by Brazil's Alan Oliveira and the USA's Richard Browne.

Oliveira won the final in a new best time of 10.57, while Browne broke the T44 record with 10.75.

Peacock, though, still achieved a career best time of 10.84 to finish third at the Olympic Stadium as the three-day athletics event comes to an end.

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