11.45am Men’s T20 5000m
American Michael Brannigan, the world record holder, who has already won the 1500m at these championships, goes in an event he has dominated.
12.30pm Men’s T53 100m final
Mickey Bushell will aim to repeat his London 2012 gold medal in the T53 100m, but in-form rival Brent Lakatos, of Canada, married to British single amputee long jump gold medalist, is the dangerman.
12.45pm Women’s T53 100m final
Sammi Kinghorn can bring down the curtain on these championships in style for Britain with success in the T53 100m and T53 800m (evening final). In the short sprint final, on paper the British racer is the quickest; her closest rival is Australia’s Angela Ballard (16.46).
6.10pm Women’s T44 200m
Having lost her title in the 100m to GB single amputee Sophie Kamlish, ‘Blade Babe’ Marlou van Rhijn, the Dutch sprinter, looks to defend her world title for the third time having won in Lyon and Doha.
6.20pm Men’s T54 5000m
Switzerland’s Marcel Hug, the ‘Swiss Silver Bullet’, is fastest in the field in 9:49.02 but Australian Kurt Fearnley, Thailand’s Rawat Tana and Sho Watanabe of Japan are just shavings behind in PBs.
6.51pm Women’s T53 800m
Kinghorn, who has already claimed one gold and one bronze, could be headed towards a fourth medal. American Chelsea McClammer is the fastest in the field.
7pm Men’s 400m T37
Charl du Toit was a star of the Rio Paralympics, winning two golds. Born with cerebral palsy, Du Toit was Sportsman of the Year with an Impairment at the 2016 South African Sports Awards. He lost the 100m here to Brazilian Mateus Evangelista. Du Toit is unlikely to slip up twice.