Brent Lakatos wins gold again at world para athletics championships

Canadian Brent Lakatos captured his fourth gold medal at the 2017 world para athletics championships with a victory in the men's T53 100-metre race on Sunday in London.

Dorval, Que., native tops podium for 4th time at this year's event

Brent Lakatos, seen competing in a race earlier this season, collected his fourth gold of the 2017 world para athletics championships in London on Sunday by winning the T53 100-metre event. (Urs Flueeler/EPA)

Canadian Brent Lakatos captured his fourth gold medal at the 2017 world para athletics championships with a victory in the men's T53 100-metre race on Sunday in London.

The Dorval, Que., native won the race in 14.52 seconds at London Stadium in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Mickey Bushell of Great Britain was second in 14.85, while Thailand's Pongsakom Paeyo rounded out the podium with a time of 14.88.

The Dorval, Que., native won the race in 14.52 seconds to capture his fourth gold medal of the championships. 5:58

Lakatos had already won gold in the T53 200, 400, and 800 events at this year's worlds.

The 37-year-old has now won 11 world titles overall.

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