Posted on October 30, 2015

Rheed McCracken (AUS) vs. Walid Ktila (TUN)

After taking three gold medals in the men’s 100m, 400m, and 800m T34 Tunisian superstar Walid Ktila will be competing in his last event on the final day of the championships in the men’s 200m T34 race with his eyes set on a fourth gold medal. Meanwhile Australia’s Rheed McCracken hopes to  make amends for his 4th and 5th place finishes in the 100m, 400m, 800m events.

Andrey Vdovin (RUS)

Andrey Vdovin’s due to compete in the men’s 100m T37 race on Saturday where he wants to get his third gold medal in the Doha 2015 IPC Athletics World Championships. The 21 year old is the current world record holder of the event and will have to fight off stiff competition to keep it that way.

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Hannah Cockroft(GBR)  

Great Britain’s Hannah Cockroft will take to the track once more on the final day of the World Championships with two gold medals in the 100m and 800m T34. Cockroft is hoping to add another gold medal to her tally in the 400m race before she departs Doha and is in top form to do just that. Hannah has set two Championship records already so don’t miss out on this exciting race.

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