Jason Smyth claims Ireland's seventh medal at Para-Athletics European Championships

Jason Smyth claims Ireland's seventh medal at Para-Athletics European Championships
Jason Smyth competing in the Men's T13 100m event. Photo: Luc Percival/Sportsfile

Update 6.55pm: Jason Smyth has just claimed Ireland's seventh medal at the World Para-Athletics European Championships in Berlin.

The Derry sprinter claimed his second gold of the games in the T13 100 metre final.

Smyth ran the race in a new championship record time of 10.65 seconds.

Earlier, David Leavy finished 7th in the 15-hundred metres T-38 final.

Still to come, Patrick Monahan in the 800-metres T-53 at 6:16pm.

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Earlier: Kerry teenager Jordan Lee wins medal no.6 for Ireland at Para-Athletics European Championships

Update 12.36pm: Ireland have their sixth medal at the Para-Athletics European Championships in Berlin.

Kerry teenager Jordan Lee has claimed bronze in the T47 High Jump final, posting a height of 1.75 metres.

Gold and silver have gone to France and Spain.

Jason Smyth claims Ireland's seventh medal at Para-Athletics European Championships

Meanwhile, Derry sprinter Jason Smyth looks well on course to add another medal to the haul tonight.

The 200-metre gold winner easily won his heat to qualify for the T13 100 metre final, running a championship record of 10.87 seconds.

Two more Irish take to the track in the evening session.

Lisburn's David Leavy goes in the final of the men's 15-hundred metres T-38, while, Patrick Monahan goes in the 800-metres T-53.

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