Home racer Marcel Hug set a world record of 2min 47.82sec in the men's T53 1500m at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Nottwil ©Getty Images

Home athlete Catherine Debrunner produced her fourth world record at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in the Swiss venue of Nottwil as she won the women’s T53 100 metres in 15.70sec.

Debrunner now has four world records from her last four races, having set two world records in the T53 800m and one in the T53 400m.

Britain’s Samantha Kinghorn was second in 16.18sec, inside the old world record mark.

Debrunner’s Swiss compatriot Marcel Hug, the multiple world and Paralympic champion, also got in on the world record act on the third and final day of the event as he set a mark of 2min 47.82sec in the men’s T53 1500 metres.

Such was the quality of the race that the second, third and fourth-placed racers were all inside the previous world record mark.

"I was feeling great, definitely, and I thought, ‘I just want to try’, Hug told the trackside interviewer.

"The conditions were very good, and I tried it, and it’s incredible that it was possible today."

Meanwhile Niko Kappel of Germany and Fleur Jong of The Netherlands produced world records in field events.

Kappel set a mark of 14.99 metres in the F41 men’s shot put.

"I had a good feeling," a smiling Kappel told the stadium interviewer.

"I said OK, OK, it’s a good day for me, let’s go.

"And from one attempt to the next it was a little bit better, and then the last one was 14.99, a world record, and I am so happy."

Jong set a mark of 6.23m in the T62/F62 women’s long jump.

Britain’s seven-times Paralympic champion Hannah Cockroft won the women’s T34 100m in 16.61.