David Weir has rounded off the Paralympic Anniversary Games with a repeat of his London 2012 success, clinching the T54 mile by a wide margin of victory.
Weir, who claimed four golds last summer, took the title with a winning time of three minutes and 16.4 seconds at the Olympic Stadium.
The final day had seen other British success with Hannah Cockroft claiming the T33/34 100m title, Dan Greaves winning the F42/44 discus and Richard Whitehead racing home first in the T42 200m.
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