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World Para-athletics Championships: Kadeena Cox wins Britain's 14th gold

Kadeena Cox

Kadeena Cox won Britain’s 14th gold medal at the World Para-athletics Championships in the women’s T38 400m.

Cox beat runner-up Japan’s Yuka Takamatsu by almost six seconds for her second medal of the championships, having won 200m bronze.

The 26-year-old, who has multiple sclerosis, won gold medals in cycling and sprinting at the Paralympics in 2016, where she claimed the 400m title.

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