Martina Caironi broke the women's long jump T63 world record ©Getty Images

Four world records were shattered at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Paris at the Charléty Stadium.

These were broken by Morocco’s Ayoub Sadni, Italy’s Martina Caironi, The Netherlands’ Fleur Jong and Hungary’s Luca Ekler.

Paralympic and world champion Sadni completed the men’s 400 metres T47 in 47.01 seconds to better his previous record.

Jong won gold in the women’s 100m event involving T44, T62, T63 and T64 athletes, recording 12.56 secs to break T62 world record for the race in the process.

Caironi, who achieved a silver medal in the women’s long jump T42 at Rio 2016, secured long jump gold in the T63 classification on this occasion through a world record distance of 5.46m.

Ekler also set a world record in the long jump, springing 5.82m in the T38 classification to beat her previous mark by six centimetres.

Meanwhile, the United States enjoyed a fruitful competition with 15 medals, including eight golds, five silvers and two bronzes.

Among those to claim victory were Paralympic medallists Brittni Mason and Dallas Wise.

Mason, who claimed a gold medal and two silvers at Tokyo 2020, returned to the top of the podium in the T47 class of the 100m and 200m races.

She finished the 100m race in 12.19 seconds, marginally in front of Ecuador’s Kiara Rodriguez, who received a silver medal for completing the race in 12.56 secs.

The 24-year-old also defeated Canada’s Amanda Rummery in the 200m race by setting a time of 26.07 secs, which proved more than enough to beat her opponent’s 26.70 secs.

Wise, silver medallist in the long jump T47 in Japan, secured a gold medal in the high jump thanks to a distance of 2.03m and another in the long jump with a total of 6.77m.

Paralympic champions Breanna Clark and Mikey Brannigan also topped the podium in the women's 400m and men's 1,500m.

Josh Cinnamo triumphed in the men's shot putt F42/46 classification while Liza Corso was victorious in the women's 1,500m.