Hilton Langenhoven earned his second gold medal of the Grand Prix ©Getty Images

Morocco’s Fouzia El Kassioui produced a world record throw to win the women's F32/33 discus competition on the second day of the World Para Athletics Grand Prix series in Tunis.

El Kassioui achieved a distance of 13.97 metres at the Rades Stadium in the Tunisian capital, more than two metres further than the previous mark.

It marked her second victory in two days, having won the shot put competition yesterday.

Hilton Langenhoven was another athlete to clinch gold for the second consecutive day, with the South African adding the men’s T11/12 long jump title to his 100m success.

The Paralympic champion achieved a distance of 6.38m.

Langenhoven’s compatriot Charl du Toit won the men’s T37/38 200m competition in a time of 23.69 seconds.

A third South African success of the day was earned by Anrune Liebenberg, who triumphed in the women’s 400m T20/37/38/47 race in a time of 56.57.

Home success was delivered by Yassine Gharbi, who won the men’s T54 200m in a time of 24.95.

It added to his 1,500m success yesterday.

Charl du Toit earned gold in the men’s T37/38 200m ©Getty Images
Charl du Toit earned gold in the men’s T37/38 200m ©Getty Images

Paralympic champion Somaya Bousaid added to Tunisia’s success, as she triumphed in the women’s T11/12/13 400m in a time of 59.64.

Raja Jebali took first place in the women’s discus F40/41 with a throw of 21.55m, giving her 1,010 points.

Her compatriot Fathia Amaimia topped the F41 standings by achieving a distance of 26.96m, giving her 826 points.

Iran enjoyed success in field events, with Hormoz Seidikazpounji winning the men’s F37 javelin event with a throw of 48.66m.

Teammates Mohammad Alvanpour and Khaled Hazeiri Hamad won the F56 and F55 javelin events.

They achieved throws of 36.82m and 25.78m in their respective competitions.