India's Jayanti Behera recovered from disappointment at last month's World Para Athletics Championships to win gold at the Junior edition in Nottwil in Switzerland today.
The Raza Point System is being used to decide the winners at the World Championships, meaning points are awarded to each athlete according to their specific class and their final performance at the Swiss Paraplegic Centre.
She secured sixth place in the 400 metres T47 event at the Olympic Stadium on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London at the senior event last month.
Behera took the gold medal in the 400m T42-47 event at the Swiss Paraplegic Centre today with 783.511 points.
Amanda Cerna of Chile finished in second on 748.828 points and the bronze medal went to Kei Fu Long of Hong Kong with 110.779.
Great Britain's Jack Agnew claimed the gold medal in the men's 800m T51-54.
He has already lowered his personal best in this event this year and took gold on 586.753 points.
Phillip Croft of the United States finished second in 545.271 points with Japan's Taishi Yamakita completing the podium in 435.570.
Brazil sealed a memorable double on the track today.
Suelen Oliveira won the women's 100m T35-38 on 835.580 points, with Poland's Jagoda Kibil and Britain's Amy Carr in second and third on 775.388 and 706.296 respectively.
Gabriela Ferreira then won a second title for Brazil as she won 200m T11-13 gold on 708.801 points.
Canadian Larissa Brown finished second on 570.626 points with Spaniard Ortiz de Cosca Itxaso Munguira completing the top three on 305.397.
Iran won three shot put gold medals today.
Zeinab Koudarzi and Saeideh Abdollahi took the women's F52-57 and F42-47 titles respectively after being the sole competitors in their fields.
Mahmoud Ahmadi Baloutaki then completed a successful day for Iran by beating two compatriots to the men's F52-57 gold.
He scored a total of 458.00 points to beat fellow countrymen Mahdi Ghaderi and Mohammadhassan Mirzaei Seghinsara, who scored 360.00 and 97.00 respectively.
Action is due to conclude in Nottwil tomorrow.