Brazilian throwers Andre Rocha and Elizabeth Gomes were in superb form as field event athletes sparkled at the final leg of the 2018 World Para Athletics Grand Prix series season in Berlin.
Gomes managed a huge 7.11 metres F52 shot put effort to improve the previous world record of United States' Cassie Mitchell by almost a metre.
She also added javelin honours in the same division with 14.16m at the Friedrich Ludwig Jahn Sportpark.
Rocha also threw 8.83m in the men's F53 shot put to improve a 10-year-old world record by Maura Maximo de Jesus by 11 centimetres.
Morocco's Azeddine Nouiri produced another of the competition's strongest performances by winning the F33/34 javelin with 26.66m.
On the track, South Korea's Yoo Byunghoon was among the winners as he raced to 200 metres wheelchair success with 27.09sec.
Brazil took silver courtesy of Ariosvaldo Silva, with 28.11, while Jung Dong-ho of South Korea took third place with 28.67.
Tas Oliveira Cruz clinched Brazilian gold in the T36 200m with 32.09.
South Korea enjoyed more success courtesy of Jeon Min-jae, second in 32.25, and Cheyenn Bouthoorn of The Netherlands, who was third in 34.36.
The European Championships are due to take place in the same venue in the German capital from August 20 to 26.