Léon Schäfer of Germany broke his own men's T63 long jump record with a 7.25m effort in Paris ©Getty Images

Long jumper Léon Schäfer and club thrower Qing Bo set world records on day two at the World Para Athletics Championships in Paris.

Qing's fourth attempt of 46.60 metres in the men's F32 final at the Stade Sébastien Charléty helped him to surpass the previous world record by more than one metre.

Liu Li made it a Chinese one-two with 40.90m, and Algeria's Ahmed Mehideb took bronze with 37.50m.

Schäfer of Germany defended his men's T63 long jump world title with a huge 7.25m on his final attempt, surpassing his own world record.

That denied Denmark's Daniel Wagner, who had led from his 7.03m on his first jump, with The Netherlands' Joel de Jong completing the podium with 6.92m.

New Zealand's Paralympic champion Lisa Adams defended her women's shot put F37 title with a Championships record 14.84m, with Chinese duo Li Yingli and Mi Na completing the podium with season's bests of 13.46m and 12.50m respectively.

Turkey’s Muhammet Khalvandi earned men's F57 javelin gold with a Championships record 49.98m after a successful appeal forced Iran's Amanomah Papi to settle for fourth with 48.18m.

There were further Championships records for Ukraine's defending champion and Tokyo 2020 silver medallist Roman Danyliuk with 16.73m in the men's F12 shot put and Dutch Paralympic champion Fleur Jong with 6.28m in the women's T64 long jump.

China's Qing Bo set a world record of 46.60m in the men's F32 club throw ©Getty Images
China's Qing Bo set a world record of 46.60m in the men's F32 club throw ©Getty Images

Season's bests of 34.22m for Algeria's three-time Paralympic medallist Nassima Saifi in the women's F57 discus throw and 45.28m for China's back-to-back defending champion Zhao Yuping in the women's F13 javelin throw earned further field golds.

In the other field event, Poland's two-time Paralympic gold medallist Maciej Lepiato and reigning Paralympic champion Jonathan Broom-Edwards of Britain shared victory in the men's T64 high jump after both clearing 2.05m.

"It was poetic - the fact that that was a season opener for me - because I’ve had a bit of a hard run in, I tore my hamstring about eight weeks ago, so to get to the start line I’m really proud of," Broom-Edwards said afterwards.

"To be able to share it with someone who I’ve had this rivalry with for so many years, he’s the same age as me, we’re still here; I think it is poetic, I don’t mind."

On the track, Switzerland's Marcel Hug earned an 11th World Championships gold to go with his six at the Paralympics with a dominant 9min 35.78sec in the men's T54 5,000 metres final.

Prawat Wahoram, a seven-time Paralympic champion dating back to Sydney 2000, was his closest challenger in 10:15.31, with Britain's Daniel Sidbury just 0.13 seconds further back.

Switzerland's Marcel Hug powered his way to an 11th World Championships gold with victory in the men's T54 5,000m ©Getty Images
Switzerland's Marcel Hug powered his way to an 11th World Championships gold with victory in the men's T54 5,000m ©Getty Images

In the other men's T11 5,000m final, Kenya Karasawa of Japan struck late to finish in a Championships record 15:05.19, the long-time leader Julio Agripino of Brazil having to settle for silver at 2.02 off the pace.

Switzerland's Catherine Debrunner and Paralympic champion Yassine Ouhdadi of Spain had earlier won women's T54 and men's T13 5,000m golds in 11:07.22 and 15:16.97 respectively.

Debrunner set a Championships record, a feat matched in the women's 1500m T11 class by Kenya's Nancy Chelangat Koech with 4:46.55 and in the T13 class by Morocco's Fatima Ezzahra El Idrissi with 4:22.15.

Brazil's Ricardo Gomes de Mendonça set a Championships record of 11.21 in the men's T37 100m to stave off Indonesia's Saptoyogo Purnomo, who was just 0.06 slower and clocked an Asian record, and the men's T38 100m gold went to the United States' Jaydin Blackwell in 10.92.

In the other 100m races, Azerbaijan's Lamiya Valiyeva triumphed on a photo finish in the women's T13 after she and Spain's Adiaratou Iglesias Forneiro both notched 11.99, and the US' Noah Malone took men's T12 gold in 10.53.

Karen Palomeque Moreno of Colombia was the day's other winner in 1:00.94 in the women's T37 400m.

The World Para Athletics Championships is set to continue tomorrow with a further 18 medal events.