Jason Smyth runs season's best in T-13 200m heats on way to final

Jason Smyth runs season's best in T-13 200m heats on way to final

Jason Smyth will be confident of completing a sprint double at the World Para Athletics Championships in London this evening.

He ran a season's best time to reach the final of the T-13 200 metres.

That final is underway at 7.55pm this evening, with Smyth looking to add to his T13 100-metre gold.

Twenty minutes later, Paul Keogan will go in the final of the T-37 200-metres.

Last night, Orla Comerford placed sixth in the final of the women's T-13 100-metres.

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